United Way Emerging Leaders Volunteer at Family Advocates in Boise
United Way Emerging Leaders Volunteer at Family Advocates in Boise.
Moffatt Thomas attorneys Andrea J. Rosholt and Kirk J. Houston participated in the December community service project as part of the Treasure Valley group, United Way NEXT Emerging Leaders. Volunteers from United Way NEXT Emerging Leaders helped paint, install floorboards, clean and rearrange furniture at Family Advocates in Boise on Dec. 5, 2015.
United Way NEXT Emerging Leaders are early to mid-career professionals committed to making a difference in our community. Members come together to connect with peers, build leadership skills, learn about community issues and how to make a difference.
Idaho Business Review
Photo by Nora Carpenter of United Way of Treasure Valley
Pictured here are (l-r) Beth Beechie, Hummel Architects; Gabo Quintero, Idaho Dept. of Finance; Lucie Solcova, J.R. Simplot Company; Adam Richardson, A10 Capital; Andrea Rosholt and Kirk Houston, Moffatt Thomas; Cathy Keys, Compass Charter School; Daniel Mediate, United Way of Treasure Valley; Jaime Hansen, Family Advocates; Reid Wiggins, Washington Federal; Stephanie Bryant, Starbucks lead, Fred Meyer; Mark Nail, United Way of Treasure Valley; Kelly Gerard, Premera Blue Cross; and Tyler Muzzana, Intermountain Gas.
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