Office Hours: Generally Monday-Thursday 10:00-3:00, AND by appointment at other times
Address: 803 Monroe St., Salmon, ID 83467
Leadership Committee – (a sub-committee of the Lemhi Economic Development Association, LCEDA)
Cindy Phelps, Chair – PhD, retired chemistry educator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Gutzman, Vice-Chair— MED – Administration and Policy Studies UCLA; retired school superintendent email@example.com
Larry Gwartney, Secretary —Writer, retired English/speech teacher and whitewater guide firstname.lastname@example.org Retired English/speech teacher and whitewater guide with 35 years of experience. He and his wife, Jenny, live in the family’s ancestral home in Salmon. Nowadays, Larry writes. He has two novels out, both set in Lemhi County. Other poems and short stories have been published in a variety of magazines and anthologies.
Tiffanie McAllister – The previous director of LEP, Tiffanie has worked for 15 years as a high school English teacher in traditional, charter, and online classrooms. She holds an Idaho Real Estate Broker’s license and recently earned a Master’s Degree in Humanities through California State University.
Janna Herbst – Community Educator, local business woman. email@example.com
Steve Lish– CEO, Discovery Care Centre, SLish@Ensigngroup.net . The newest member of the board, Steve is the CEO of one of the major employers in Salmon. His insight on the needs of local employers is a valuable and practical resource.
Barbara Miller – Retired high school mathematics educator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dorrie Prange—Salmon District #291 School Board Member, retired teacher, email@example.com
Tammy Stringham—Lemhi County Economic Development Association Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Community/Industry Advisers to the Committee
Johanna Schroeder, – MBA in Entrepreneurship, former interim LEP Director, email@example.com I grew up in Salmon, and this place will always be home. Since college, I’ve been interested in how education can work better for more people, and so I love being a part of the LEP. I really believe that the LEP can be useful to the community, and I am lucky to have a chance to work with all these great people on figuring out how to make that happen.
Nicole Simpson—PHR, Premier Technology, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org PHR, Premier Technology, Inc., which has been involved as a business partner with LEP for many years, particularly with the promotion of the welding program. As a property owner in Lemhi County I am personally invested in the success of the people and the community.