Kevin Donovan will serve as market president for KeyBank in Idaho.
That means Donovan will be the local leader for KeyBank in the state. He will continue to serve as market manager for Key Private Bank in Idaho.
Idaho District President Joel Hickman left the bank at the end of the year.
With 16 years in financial services, Donovan joined KeyBank in 2011 as senior vice president. Previously, he was a financial adviser and wealth-management expert with Zions Bancorp, Wells Fargo, Yellowstone Partners Wealth Management and UBS PaineWebber.
Donovan is involved with Leadership Meridian and the American Heart Association. He received his bachelors degree from the University of Great Falls in Montana.
Construction & design
Hummel Architects PLLC of Boise has received national recognition by the trade publication College Planning & Management for turning the shuttered Jabil manufacturing plant in Meridian into a health science complex and high school shared by Idaho State University and Joint School District No. 2 in Meridian.
College Planning & Management, which covers facilities, security, technology and business, awarded Hummel its Innovation and Sustainability Award in the category of Site Selection and Development. The project was one of three in the nation to receive the award.
The ISU-Meridian Health Science Center and Meridians Renaissance High School opened in August 2009. The renovated building features energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, skylights, metal beams and exposed duct work, which preserve the structures industrial feel while creating an environment conducive to learning, according to Ed Daniels, the projects chief architect.
The 455,000-square-foot structure, at Interstate 84 and Locust Grove Road, houses ISUs health professions programs, clinics and laboratories. Renaissance High programs include culinary arts, building technologies, health sciences and international studies.
Adrienne Lane-Martin has joined Erstad Architects in interior design.
Lane-Martin brings seven years of experience into the firm. She has worked with design organizations in Boise and Jackson, Wyo. She is a graduate of Iowa State University, with a bachelor of fine arts in interior design. Lane-Martin just completed her presidency of the American Society of Interior Designers, Intermountain Chapter. She is licensed through the National Council for Interior Design Qualification and is a professional member of Interior Designers of Idaho.
Keilty Remodeling Inc., Gammill Construction Inc., Strite Design and Remodel and Wood Windows Inc. were honored by the Idaho chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
Remodeler of the Year in Category 2 ($500,001- $1,000,000) went to Keilty Remodeling of Boise.
Remodeler of the Year in Category 3 (over $1,000,001) was Gammill Construction of Boise. Strite, also of Boise, was second.
The award for the Supplier/Vendor of the Year went to Wood Windows of Garden City.
NARI of Idaho gives the awards based on rankings by customers in areas including professionalism, integrity, fairness, workmanship and overall job performance.
Chris Keilty of Keilty Remodeling won the award for Most Valuable Member. That award is based on the members involvement in the association.
Rosemary Reinhardt has been named director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Boise State University. She replaces retiring director Ellie McKinnon, who served as director since the program was founded 10 years ago.
Reinhardt most recently served as interim vice president for university advancement from May 2011 to November 2012. She also was a special assistant to the universitys president from 2007 to 2011. She served a 10-month stint as the interim executive director of the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts in 2010.
Reinhardt has 20 years of administrative experience, including positions at Arizona State University, Macomb Community College, Wayne State University and the University of Denver. Before joining Boise State, she worked for the Saint Alphonsus Foundation and Idaho Shakespeare Festival. She has a masters degree in arts management from Wayne State.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a membership-based program for mature adults. It offers a series of college-level noncredit lectures, short courses and special events for people older than 50. The institute is offered through Boise State Universitys Division of Extended Studies and in cooperation with local organizations.
Mikelle Oliver accepted an accounting position with The Nichols Accounting Group P.C.
Oliver graduated from The College of Idaho with a bachelors degree in accounting, a bachelors degree in business administration and a leadership minor. She holds Life and Disability Insurance licenses that she obtained through an internship during her sophomore year of college with Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. She is in the process of obtaining her Certified Public Accountant designation. Throughout college, Oliver volunteered for several state senators and Gov. Butch Otter, and was involved in the childrens ministry at her church.
The Nichols Accounting Group P.C. operates in Nampa, Ontario and Nyssa, Ore. It specializes in tax planning.
Jani Revier has been appointed administrator of the State Division of Financial Management by Gov. Butch Otter. She succeeds Wayne Hammon, who resigned in September to become executive director of the Idaho Associated General Contractors.
Revier is the first woman to serve as Idahos budget director. The appointment was effective Jan. 2 and is subject to Senate confirmation.
Revier has a bachelors degree in agricultural economics from Oklahoma State University and did postgraduate work in agricultural and resource economics at Oregon State University.
She and her husband, John, have two young children and live in Meridian. Reviers father is third-term State Sen. Bert Brackett of Rogerson, incoming chairman of the Senate Transportation Committee.
Dan Goicoechea has been appointed chief deputy to State Controller Brandon Woolf. Goicoechea previously held the position under controllers Keith Johnson and Donna Jones.
Woolf succeeded Jones last year after Jones was severely injured in a car accident.
Since 2011, Goicoechea had been working as director of government affairs for Paris Hills Agricom, a proposed phosphate mining project in southeastern Idaho near the northwestern shores of Bear Lake.
The controllers office is responsible for paying state employees and state bills, as well as maintaining Idaho's largest data center.
Goicoechea says hes happy to be returning to the ranks of state employees, where he says he hopes to help Woolf boost transparency in state government.
Devin Stampfli, Boise; Spencer Lloyd, Caldwell, Jack Kulm, Wendell, Gregory Bengtson, Lewiston; Kim Keller, Nampa; Linda Ruppel, Boise, and John Hisel, Boise, members of the Idaho State Dental Association, were inducted into the International College of Dentists USA section, designated as Fellows.
Dr. John Kriz, Boise, was honored as the International College of Dentistry Deputy of the Year at the American Dental Association annual meeting in San Francisco.
The Bank of America Charitable Foundation and the Southwestern Region Great Need Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation donated $3,000 each to Terry Reilly Health Services to help cover the cost of a new hematology machine for the nonprofit organization.
Anchors Rick Douglas and Alana Brophy have joined meteorologist Bob Anthony on KBOI 2News This Morning.
Douglas most recent position was primary news anchor for KEZI-TV in Eugene, Ore. Douglas has produced many documentary and long-form programs about the people and places of the Northwest, including Yellowstone: the Winter Kingdom, Montana Trilogy and In the Land of Tall Prayers about the Lewis and Clark Trail.
Brophy joined KBOI-TV in 2009. She is on the stations Truth Squad investigative team and has covered stories from wildfires to the Western Idaho Fair.
Anthony has forecast weather in Boise and the Northwest for 20 years. A Boise native, he went to Borah High School and attended Boise State University before pursuing his meteorology education from Mississippi State. Anthony has covered stories including the flash flooding after the 8th Street Fire and the flooding in 1997 along the Weiser and Payette rivers.
Judy Ahrens has joined Weyerhaeuser Distribution as an inside sales representative, serving lumber yards and manufacturers in southwest Idaho, northeast Nevada and southeast Oregon. She recently worked for Habitat for Humanity, and before that spent 19 years as a sales rep, national accounts coordinator and product manager for Boise Cascade Distribution. Ahrens, a sixth-generation Idahoan, lives in Meridian.
Don Bush has been promoted to vice president of marketing for Kount Inc., a provider of fraud prevention technology.
In the two years that Bush has managed worldwide marketing opportunities for Kount, the all-in-one fraud and risk-management platform has grown more than 300 percent. He joined the company as director of marketing in 2010 after a stint in the same position for CradlePoint, a manufacturer of wireless routing solutions in mobile broadband.
Bush has worked in several management roles in the technology sector for 20 years with hardware/software manufacturers and as a partner in two top technology marketing agencies. He has led product launches and marketing programs for dozens of companies around the world such as Citi, HP, IBM, Kodak, Motorola and Weyerhaeuser. He co-authored the seminar series, Common Launch Disasters and How to Avoid Them. He attended Brigham Young University studying business administration and marketing.
Bush has been a speaker on fraud at industry events in the U.S. and Europe.
Jen Johnson, director of human resources and contracts for Clima-Tech Corp., has been nominated as president-elect of the Junior League of Boise.
Johnson is secretary of ClimaTechs board. She received an undergraduate degree in business administration from Boise State University in 1998 and a masters degree in business administration from Florida Atlantic University in 2001. She has been with Clima-Tech in her current role since January 2002.
She joined the Junior League of Boise in 2002 and has served in a variety of leadership roles.
The Junior League of Boise is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through action and volunteer training.
Shus Idaho Running Co., a Boise specialty running retailer, was recognized as one of the 50 Best Running Stores in America by two trade and consumer publications, Running Insight and Competitor Magazine.
Shus took its place after an extensive nomination and review process throughout 2012.
The process rated the store on service, product knowledge, merchandising and community service. Shu's will be featured in a special issue of Competitor magazine.