Encouraging volunteerism and community service.

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Commission Members and Staff 

2014 Commission Members


Commission Chair
Kristen Tracy

Boise 
Volunteer Sector

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Commission Vice-Chair
Michael Jensen
Boise
Youth Services

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Commission Secretary
Patricia Lundquist Eriksen

Soda Springs
Human/Educational/Environmental Services

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Emily Baker 
Boise
Volunteer Sector

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Clint Blackwood 
Filer
Community Based Agency

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Doug Brown
Garden City
Youth Services
 
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Georgia Dimick
Oakley
Community Based Agency
 
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Henry Henscheid
Blackfoot
Business Sector

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Charlette Kremer
Lewiston
National Service
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Bill Langer
Coeur d'Alene 
Senior Services
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Pam McGarry 
New Meadows
Business Sector 
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Lynn Muehlfeit 
Idaho Falls
Labor Organization
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Tina Naillon
Boise
State Department of Education
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Carrie Reese
Hayden Lake
Community Based Agency
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Randy'L Teton
Fort Hall
Tribes
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Hunter Van Bramer
Moscow
Youth
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 Jackie Wright
Boise
Community Based Agency
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Ex-Officio Members

April Durrant 
Idaho State Program Director
Corporation for National & Community Service
adurrant@cns.gov
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Lori Hendon 
Legislative Audits

Kenneth D. Edmunds 
Idaho Department of Labor Director 
 Commission Staff

Renee Bade
Project Coordinator


Alexis Neufeld
Administrative Assistant
Gordon Graff
Disability Outreach




     

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Edward M. Kennedy

Serve America Act

The Serve America Act of 2009 is the most sweeping expansion of national service in a generation. It expands opportunities for Americans of all ages to serve and puts AmeriCorps on a path of growth, from 75,000 to 250,000 members by 2017.  More importantly, it positions citizen service at the center of our nation’s response to crises in education, health, clean energy, veterans and economic opportunity. It also challenges us to do a better job of demonstrating and measuring our ability to solve problems. Read More »



 

Commission Openings

If you are interested in becoming a Serve Idaho Commission Member please contact the Serve Idaho office at (208)332-3578.

Meet Our Commission

Read the biographies of some of our commission members.
Idaho Department of Labor Corporation for National Service & Community Service Office of the Governor