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United Way of Treasure Valley adds new members

The Board of Directors for United Way of Treasure Valley recently welcomed a new chair and two new members. Idaho Statesman Publisher Mike Jung recently handed his chairmanship over to Jennifer Reynolds, Boise district manager for U.S. Bank.

David Peterson of the Nampa School District and Ericka Rupp of Idaho Health and Welfare joined the organization as new board members.

Reynolds has served on the United Way Board for five years, and volunteered with United Way Vision Councils for five years. She serves in an advisory capacity for various projects, including Bank On Treasure Valley. She has been involved with several local nonprofit committees and was a Tribute to Women and Industry honoree in 2009. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho.

Peterson became superintendent of the Nampa School District in summer 2014 after serving seven years as superintendent of the North Mason School District. A lifelong resident of Washington state, Peterson has 36 years of experience in K-12 public education, including 26 years in supervision and administration. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Washington.

Rupp is a program manager at Idaho Health and Welfare. She also has worked at Catholic Charities of Idaho in Boise and Community Action Partnership in Lewiston. At the University of Idaho, she earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in family and consumer sciences.

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