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Advisory Council

The Idaho SBDC and CAP State Advisory Council is composed of individuals from business, education, and government throughout the state. The council assists the State Director in identifying needs, developing policy, assisting with financial partners, and approving the Strategic Plan.

Members of the Council are:

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Steve Hatten

TechHelp, Executive Director

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Steve Irwin

First Federal Savings Bank, Business Development Officer

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Kathy Martin

Lewis-Clark State College, Dean for Community Programs and Governmental Relations

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Teresa Nelson

Home Helpers, Owner

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Luke Malek

Attorney at Law

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Jon Carter

Micron Technology, VP DRAM Engineering

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Ex Officio Members:

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Gary Eisenbraun

U.S. Small Business Administration, District Director

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Irene Gonzalez

U.S. Small Business Administration, Project Officer

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Mark Bannister

Interim College of Business and Economics Dean

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Eric Forsch

Idaho Department of Commerce

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Craig Shaul

Eric Forsch

Idaho Department of Commerce

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