Briefly describe your responsibilities:  Improve the productivity of the plant through asset management & continuous improvement.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  Getting by Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello/Chubbuck


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I am not from Pocatello, so the Leadership program was an exciting opportunity to learn more about the community. 


Contact info:  neil.burrows@simplot.com


Michael Tindore, Class Member

 Restaurant Manager, Shoshone Bannock Hotel

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Kathy Anderson, Board Member

Loan Processor, Citizen's Community Bank


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Jerrod Warner, Class Member

 Project Engineering Manager, J.R. Simplot Company

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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am the General Manager.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

The opening of Jakers in Pocatello. Having been only the Assistant GM at my previous location, stepping up to the GM position and being put in charge of most of the operations in-order to get it open has been both the most responsibility that has been placed on my shoulders, but also the greatest achievement by being the person that got it opened in the timeline that was given. 


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: Junior High Football Coach - Boise


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I think that I could be a good addition to what I hear is a great program to be apart of. I would hope to gain knowledge about the community that I am new to and be someone who would do the things that needed to be done to make it a better place. 

​​Contact info: josh@jakers.com


Greta Carlson, Class Member

AA BAB and Assistant Golf Coach, ISU Bengal Boosters

Briefly describe your responsibilities:  Loan Officer


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  Branch Manager


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello/Chubbuck; Pocatello Rotary


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

As a new resident of Pocatello, I would like to be more involved within this community and this program is a great way to achieve that. I would like to get to know my fellow community members and business owners, where I hope to make a positive impact with the people I meet and the organizations they serve.  


Contact info:  revans@dlevans.com


Aaron McCabe, Class Member

Event Coordinator, Idaho Central Credit Union

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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I answer the incoming calls for the office and give referrals for seniors in our area and screen calls for Adult Protection. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Learning the responsibilities of my supervisor to fill in when she is unavailable.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: I volunteer with several animal rescue groups and have assisted out local animal shelters with finding rescues for animals.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I'd like to participate in the Leadership program because I would like to gain life-long friendships and help build better leadership skills.


​​Contact info: kristen@sicog.org


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  Accelerated learning of lending operations and management, learn and perform lending functions including underwriting, processing, funding and other duties. I develop teamwork and cooperation of personnel to meet goals. Make sure to manage projects to ensure attainment of key goals and initiatives. I provide effective coach to needs based selling while coaching and development to team members.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Improving my team and setting them up for successes. 


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: United Way of Southeastern Idaho Board Member (I was a board member and headed up the 60th year celebration.) Southeastern ISU Alumni Chapter President (We planned events for local ISU alumni to bring them back to ISU and meet fellow alumni.) Military Affairs Committee (Helped with events being planned by the group.) ICCU Invest in Success Committee (We plan events for team members to celebrate our success.) Football Alumni Team Board Member (We promote and support the ISU football team and plan a yearly scholarship golf tournament.) ISU Alumni Association Board Member (The Alumni Association helps to fund student scholarships, publish the ISU Magazine, host reunions, sponsor awards, recognition's and generally support Bengal Alumni.)


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I want to participate in Leadership because I know I will learn a lot that I can't learn from a book and to meet new business people from the area. (It also looks like a lot of fun!) I hope to gain new tools and experiences that I can take back to my role at ICCU and make me a better leader. 

​​Contact info: amccabe@iccu.com


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am responsible for selling event space and hotel rooms in large group quantities.  


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  I have been a department Director for seven years at the casino.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello/Chubbuck;

Part of a program that helps fund the DARE program in Bonneville County

Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

​I found it to be an awesome experience.


Contact info:  Michael.Mendez@shobanhotel.com


Mike Mendez, Board Member

Sales Manager, Shoshone Bannock Hotel and Event Center


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am the Marketing and Communications Director for

the ISU Division of Health Sciences


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Working in social media and watching a client's social pages go from "zero to sixty" in a short

amount of time has been amazing!


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce - Marketing & Events Manager, Rockin' on the River Co-Chair, Chair, and Beer Garden Manager, Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce - Active Chamber Champs Participant, Portneuf Valley Bruisers Roller Derby Association - Blocker, Director of Finance, Referee


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I was incredibly immersed in my community when I lived in the Lewis Clark Valley. I was the Director of Sales & Catering for a hotel there, served on the Hells Canyon Visitor Bureau and Chamber of Commerce Tourism Committees. I was also very involved with many other volunteer organizations such as Rockin' on the River (an outdoor summer music festival), and in line to become the President of the Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors when I was recruited to work for them as the Marketing & Events Manager. I have lived in Pocatello for nearly four years and feel it is time to learn more, do more, and become a more engaged, supportive part of my community, both with my time and my resources. It's a priority for me, regardless of where I live.

​​Contact info: hanclee@isu.edu


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Steve Moa, Class Member

Child Support Enforcement, Dept of Health & Welfare

Josh Chappell, Class Member

General Manager, JAKERS Bar and Grill


Cassey Leatham, Board Member

SEG Relationship Manager, Mountain America Credit Union

Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am an eye doctor.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

My family


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: LDS Church leadership, Adult and Young Men
US Army, Captain and Optometrist, Honorable Discharge 2013, Gate City BNI (Business Networking International), VP 2016, Pocatello Chamber of Commerce member, American Optometric Association member, active since 2005


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

To learn more about the community, meet new people and serve

​​Contact info: colemananderson@gmail.com


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am the Project Engineering Manager for the Simplot Agribusiness Engineering, Manufacturing and Technology group.  Responsibilities include managing the Agribusiness capital plan and leading a group of project managers and engineers in developing and training of project management best practices while executing capital projects at the various Agribusiness mining and manufacturing facilities in the Western U.S.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: My highest responsibility and skill is the ability to lead diverse groups of people.  My highest career achievement is completing a recent large capital project on time and budget while achieving the desired project requirements.  Additionally the achievement of being instrumental in development of project management standards for our business unit that will drive best practices for our Project Engineers and Project Managers.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: I am a member of the Eastern Idaho Project Management Institute.  I have not been an active participant as monthly meetings have tended to fall on times that require work travel.  In the past five years I have been a volunteer for Paintfest on two separate occasions. 


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I want to participate in Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck to meet new leaders in the community.  I hope to gain a better understanding of how I can be more involved in bettering the community to ensure it remains a welcome place for people to work and live.


​​Contact info: Jerrod Warner


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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I work in Human Resources. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Being part of a start up operation of Amy's Kitchen.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: American Legion Baseball - participation on the parent Board of Directors, Senior Citizen Olympics - serving food to those participating in the SE Idaho Olympics,
Portneuf Valley Paintfest - Captain for Amy's Kitchen team and participant in painting homes,
Society of Human Resource Management - member


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I hope to learn more about the community, businesses and to build partnerships with others. I look forward to the opportunity to volunteer by participating on committees to help others through community service. It would be a great way to learn additional leadership skills and apply those skills in my day to day responsibilities at Amy's Kitchen. By working with others in the program, I could learn more about other businesses and organizations. 

Amy's Kitchen has sponsored a tour for the Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck and the participants all speak very highly of the program and seemed engaged. This positive environment is something I would enjoy being part of.

​​Contact info: shannon.carr@amys.com


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​​Coleman Anderson, Class Member

Optometrist, Alameda Vision Center

Neil Burrows, Facilitator

Reliability Engineer, Simplot


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am the only staff to represent Southeast Idaho as our home office is located in Boise.  I work directly with wish families, recruit volunteers, fund-raise in multiple capacities, medical outreach, process new referrals, guest speaker and I always proudly advocate our mission.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  For over 13 years I have helped change the lives of local wish children (children with life-threatening medical conditions) and their families by granting the child's most heartfelt wish.  I have been an intricate part of fundraising, raising over a million dollars for our chapter.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:Networking and getting to know members in our community as well as them learning about the Mission of Make-A-Wish. 


Contact info:jthomas@idaho.wish.org


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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  Customer service, building relationships and helping Citizens Community Bank grow


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: Absolutely my family. I feel very blessed to have found my soul mate/best friend in which we share two wonderful children. It truly has been rewarding to watch them grow into adulthood and figure out their paths in life.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  I’ve been very fortunate to be an active part of the SEICAA Board since 2012. I truly believe in SEICAA’s mission statement and love all the wonderful things they do for Pocatello and are surrounding Communities. I’m currently excited to be in my second year on the Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck board. I’m also a newly voted board member for SBYC. I have a deep passion for biking and skiing. I’ve been a ski instructor at Pebble Creek for the past 10 years in which I truly enjoy sharing my passion for skiing with children. I Love Pebble Creek!!!


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I’m a 2015-2016 graduate of Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck. I was amazed all I learned about Pocatello-Chubbuck from this program. We in this community have amazing Businesses and Leaders. I was able to do a lot of networking which helped me grow professionally. I built friendships that’ll cherish forever.

​​Contact info: Kathy.moldenhauer64@gmail.com


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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I manage the day to day operations in our office. I oversee our Endowment Board who is responsible for an annual grant cycle where we fund money to local non-profit organizations. Our mission is to enhance health in our region so everything we do focuses on that.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  We built the Portneuf Wellness Complex, an 80-acre park that provides free recreational use to our community. It was a laborious project to be involved in since inception but has been so rewarding to watch the public use and enjoy it.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck, Pocatello Chiefs


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:I loved the whole experience of Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck. I loved touring through our community and learning all about local businesses and what they offer. I loved the networking opportunity it provided me and still keep in touch with many of my class members. I also loved serving on the board and being able to participate in growing and improving the program. Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck definitely helped me grow as a business professional.​


Contact info:suzanne@portneufhealthtrust.org


Lee Ann Hancock, Class Member

Marketing and Communications Director,

ISU Division of Health Sciences


Ashley Anderson, Class Facilitator

Assistant Vice President / E-Commerce Manager, Ireland Bank

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Matt Neeser, Class Member

E & I Shop Supervisor, J. R. Simplot Company

Josh Hartman, Class Member

Mortgage Loan Officer, D.L. Evans Bank


Susan Dominguez, Class Member

Full Service Officer, Westmark Credit Union

Julie Thomas, Class Member
Regional Development Manager, Make-A-Wish Idaho


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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I work on fundraising for ISU student athletic scholarships.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Helping to raise $330,000 for ISU student athletic scholarships through events and fund drives.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: I am involved in planning 15+ fundraising events per year raising over $330,000 for the ISU student athlete scholarship fund.  Our annual Bengal auction grossed over $100,000.  I have been on the JHCC Ladies Golf Association for 7 years and have helped grown the group 200%.  I have been a volunteer for the Rocky Mountain Jr. Golf Tour and the IJGA helping facilitate junior golf tournaments

Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I would like to expand my leadership skills and learn more about our community so I can be more involved in helping Pocatello/Chubbuck  continue to be the wonderful place it is.  ​


​​Contact info: carlgret@isu.edu


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  Mortgage Loans


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: Helping families achieve the American dream of home ownership 


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello/Chubbuck, Rotary


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I know several people that have graduated from the program that have all told me I need to get involved in this. They all had positive experiences and I want that too. I grew up in this community and love it here. I would like to make new friends and meet new people in our awesome community.


Contact info:  jhartman@dlevans.com


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I manage day to day operations of the branch.  


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  Personal - my daughter Maylee; Professional - Getting my Master's Degree (MBA)


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello/Chubbuck; Teal Team VI


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

​For a better understanding of what it means to be a leader and to gain skills to work with others better.  Also, to carry on the spirit of service throughout the community.


Contact info:  jbringhurst@isucu.net


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Jamie Anthony, Class Member

​Supervisor, Developmental Options


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I help customers with loans, new accounts, IRA's and all member services. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

I consider my current position my highest responsibility.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: Relay for Life-Team Captain, Environmental Fair-Team Captain, Festival of Trees-Team Captain, Simply Christmas Festival of Trees at the Pine Ridge Mall-Team Captain, Chubbuck Days Parade, ISU Homecoming Parade, Ice Cream Zoofari-volunteer.   


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I am hoping to learn more about the inner workings of our community and hope to gain new skills and knowledge of how I can be helpful in furthering our community.  I also want to meet new people within our community that share some of the same interests and goals.  

​​Contact info: sdominguez408@westmark.org


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I manage Ireland Bank's electronic banking department which includes online banking, merchant credit card processing, and the bank's internal and public websites. Additionally, I serve on the bank's management, risk & strategy, and marketing committees. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: During my career at Ireland Bank, I've been involved in implementing new online banking, merchant services, and email marketing platforms which provide our customers state of the art technology and competitive advantages.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: Facilitator for current Leadership Class, Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck Board of Directors, Chamber of Commerce Beautification Committee, and various volunteer projects throughout the community.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I joined Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck to learn more about Pocatello/Chubbuck, meet other community members, and find ways to become more involved in our community. I enjoyed my experience so much as a class member I applied to be a facilitator for the current Leadership Class. I have met lifelong friends through this program and it has provided me an amazing experience.


​​Contact info: aanderson@ireland-bank.com


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Tommy Butler, Class Member

Director of Member Assistance, Idaho Central Credit Union


Holly Batten, Class Member

Administrative, Intermountain Gas

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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I perform technical, administrative and clerical duties for the gas department(s), Region/District Operations, Construction, and Service and Marketing.  My primary duties include record keeping, document preparation and development, meeting coordination, GIS input/maintenance, MUP/CIS input/completion, accounting functions and special projects, along with providing quality customer service.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Successfully administering over 15 million dollars in grant funded activities for infrastructure upgrades throughout a seven county region in southeast Idaho.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: I am a United Way committee member and a SEICAA Paint Fest volunteer.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I would like to increase my knowledge of business and industries in the Pocatello-Chubbuck area.  I hope to gain an appreciation for the resources available in the community as well as a sense of pride in the volunteerism leadership provides.

​​Contact info: holly.batten@intgas.com


Richie Evans, Class Member

Loan Officer, D.L. Evans Bank


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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I oversee the various functions of this department of 30.  We help members during financial hardships that need loan modifications or financial counseling.  We also handle various aspects of collections and asset management.  


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?:  I am exceptionally good at reading people and negotiation.  My greatest pride comes from teaching young people and watching them grow to be successful.  I have had tremendous success with dozens of young people growing into their careers and finding success.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Leadership Pocatello/Chubbuck;

Portneuf Greenway Foundation - Event Organizer
Gateway Habitat for Humanity - Executive Board Treasurer
CUNA - Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor
Last Man Standing - Event Organizer


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

​I am a long time resident of Pocatello with many family and friends here.  I want to see Pocatello continue to grow and develop into a fun and safe community for my family to live in.  I want to be a part of making Pocatello a better place to live and meet other community leaders with similar desires.


Contact info:  tbutler@iccu.com


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Kristen Barrington, Class Member

Receptionist, Area Agency on Aging

Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am a supervisor over 3 facility locations serving children and adults with developmental disabilities.  I am responsible for the facilities remaining in compliance with both Federal and State regulations.  


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

My highest responsibility is training me employees to effective care for individuals who have complex needs, many of whom cannot communicate their basic wants and needs.  I have worked through the company ladder completing every position underneath me on the organizational chart.  One of my greatest career achievements has been completing another undergraduate degree while working full-time.  


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement:  Relay for Life - American Cancer Society - I held 3 different volunteer positions with this organization.  1) Silent Auction Chair; 2) Co-Chair of the event; 3) Chair Person of the event.  I was responsible for organizing volunteers to help with the different areas of the event, soliciting teams and donations from the community for cancer research. 
Board of Directors - Pocatello Community Charter School - I have been with the PCCS Board of Directors for about 3 years now helping shape the future for the school through policies revisions and other decisions related to staff hiring and budgets.
Kind Community - I am new to this organization but I hope to help bring Kindness to the Community of Pocatello/Chubbuck shaping the way adults and children act and react to one another.  


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I want to further my involvement with my community so that my children can be proud of the work I contributed to society.  As I get older, raising children, I feel I have a greater understanding of the importance of community.  I also feel that a  community is only as good as it's leaders and community members' involvement.  I hope to gain additional skills in my leadership abilities, communication skills and get to know other community leaders for future projects.  

​​Contact info: jamieanthony415@gmail.com


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I work in Child Support Enforcement. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

Customer Service is my greatest responsibility.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: In the past five years I have had to focus more on personal obligations, but now I am at the point where I am able to meet my obligations and have the time to get involved in the community.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I would like to continue building my interpersonal skills and learn to better appreciate what the local community has to offer.


​​Contact info: moas@dhw.idaho.gov


Shannon Carr, Class Member

Human Resources Manager, Amy's Kitchen, Inc.

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Shea Cooper, Class Member

New Account Representative, Citizen's Community Bank

Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I am the new accounts representative. I am responsible for opening, and closing accounts of all types. I help customers with online banking and other products we offer. I help with all account issues as well including stop payments, debit card disputes, and many other things.  I am also a supervisor. I help the teller line with tasks above their approval limit. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

I was promoted from the teller line to the new accounts office within the first year of working with the bank, and a supervisor roll soon after. 


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: I am new to the professional world, and have not had any opportunities to participate in many activities. I look forward to having a chance to participate in Leadership to change this.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I would like to be apart of leadership to gain more skills in leadership, and grow personally and professionally in this aspect. To meet more people in the community who have professional interests like mine and to have a chance to learn more about our community. 

​​Contact info: scooper@ccb-idaho.com


Josh Bringhurst, Facilitator

Assistant Branch Manager, ISU Credit Union


Suzanne Riley,Board Past-President

Operations Manager, Portneuf HealthTrust


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I handle customer service and manage the restaurant at the hotel.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: My highest career achievement is managing the Camas Grill.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: I am currently involved in two committees for the

Sho-Ban Hotel and Casino. I am chairman of both committees, the first is the GAP board and the other is a snapshot committee.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

I hope to be able to gain more experience, meet new people, and learn what Leadership has to offer.​


​​Contact info: Michael Tindore


Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I develop partnerships with employer groups in Idaho in order to qualify their employees for membership.


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: 

I cover a fairly large territory spanning Eastern Idaho, Northern Utah and our Nevada branches. I am responsible for coordinating SEG efforts in those regions while training and developing branch employees. 


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: Currently I am the VP of the Zoo Idaho Zoological Society, an ISU Alumni Association board member, a Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber Leadership board member, and an Elevate Leadership Summit committee member. 


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

Having already graduated from the Leadership program, I can say that I not only gained some lifelong friends but was also able to learn so much more about the community I live in and the amazing people who live here. I became much more involved with the Chamber and have enjoyed making many new connections. 

​​Contact info: cleatham@macu.com


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Briefly describe your responsibilities:  I supervise employees in the E & I shop, planning and scheduling of weekly, daily and yearly work. Scheduling of personnel to jobs and projects. Working with area managers, supervisors and engineers to solve difficult problems in the facility. 


What do you consider your highest responsibility, skill or career achievement so far?: Project Superintendant on a federal government project.


Organizations/Activities/Community Involvement: Youth Basketball coach, assistant maintenance representative on union board, Simplot games volunteer, rod and gun club sponsorship drive volunteer, Simplot activities committee member, Simplot care committee member, New Leadership Development Training.


Why do you want to participate in, and what do you hope to gain from Leadership Pocatello-Chubbuck?:

Become more actively involved in the community, Learn more about the community, help find ways to get people more actively involved in the community.​

​​Contact info: Matt Neeser


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