Andrew Scoggin is CEO of Scoggin Capital Investment.
He practiced law with a San Francisco Bay Area law firm before joining Albertsons in 1993. He has served Albertsons as senior vice president, human resources, labor relations and public relations, vice president of labor relations and vice president of human resources and labor relations. Andy and his partners, through acquisition and organic growth, grew their initial business from a regional chain with $4 billion in annual sales to the second largest nationwide traditional grocery chain and the third largest private company in the United States with over $63 billion in annual sales.
Andy has a strong background in human resources, labor negotiations, Taft-Hartley fund administration, administrative agency interaction, union contract administration and related matters. He received his law degree from Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School of Law.
Andy is an active investor with a real estate portfolio of multi-family, single family and commercial properties and he invests in and serves on the Boards of numerous for-profit businesses. He is also active in the community participating on several nonprofit boards in the areas of homelessness, education, health care and the arts.
Emily Baker is a fifth-generation Idahoan and co-founder and president of Portman Square Group (PSG), a strategic communications firm that works with Fortune 500, government and nonprofit organizations. She has spent more than 20 years in government and public affairs, communications and crisis management.
Emily was appointed by President George W. Bush to serve as administrator for the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Northeast and Caribbean region, becoming one of the youngest people ever appointed to the U.S. government’s Senior Executive Service. While with the GSA, she managed a nearly $2 billion annual budget and led multiple significant projects having to do with the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, lease negotiations for One World Trade Center, labor negotiations and sustainability projects.
Prior to her service with GSA, Emily served as deputy director of congressional and intergovernmental affairs with the U.S. Department of Commerce, focusing extensively on international trade and intellectual property, and traveled extensively as a press advance representative in Asia, Africa and the Middle East for the White House with several administrations. She is a writer and contributor to multiple publications and media outlets on international trade, domestic and foreign policy, as well as presidential elections, and serves as a frequent guest lecturer and speaker on communications and leadership. A former Bronco, she is an adjunct professor in political communications at Boise State.
Emily began her career in Idaho as a policy aide to Gov. Phil Batt and later worked with Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour’s BGR Group in Washington, D.C. Prior to founding PSG, Baker was a managing partner with Gallatin Public Affairs. She has been a participant in the Presidential Leadership Scholars program.
Emily is passionate about philanthropy and serves on the American Red Cross of Greater Idaho board of directors, the executive board for the Boise State Foundation, the advisory board for Idaho Women in Leadership and as chair-elect for the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, as well as the CSHQA corporate board. She is an honorary commander for the 366th Squadron at Mountain Home Air Force Base. She was previously appointed by former Idaho Gov. Butch Otter to the SERVE Idaho and Idaho Strategic Energy Alliance boards.
Emily enjoys international travel and Idaho’s world-class hiking and fly fishing. She and her husband, Mike, live in Boise with their three sons.
Brigette Bilyeu is an attorney and Special Master for Idaho’s water court. She is a member of the St. Luke’s Health System board of directors. Brigette served on the Governance Committee for many years, and is currently the chair of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee.
Since 1993, Brigette has been a Special Master in the Snake River Basin Adjudication, and the Coeur d’Alene-Spokane River Basin Adjudication. Previously, she was a litigator with the Boise law firm of Elam, Burke & Boyd.
She received her juris doctorate degree from the University of Idaho, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Harvard University. She remains a fan of the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Celtics, and the New England Patriots.
A member of the Idaho Bar Association, Brigette participates in the water law section. She served on the court steering committee that worked on revising the water statutes passed by the Idaho Legislature. Brigette has presided over hearings in the Big Lost River, the Big Wood River, and in northern Idaho.
Brigette has two sons, Sterling and Winston Duggan. She has enjoyed following their adventures in basketball and baseball. She took up photography to capture great memories of her sons at Twin Falls High School. She is passionate about photography, and is a member of the Magic Valley Camera Club.
Tom Corrick, retired CEO for Boise Cascade Co., is a member of the St. Luke’s System board of directors. He is also a senior advisor for Farran Realty Partners, a multi-family developer in Montana.
Tom joined Boise Cascade in 1980, and was named CEO in 2015, leading one of the largest producers of plywood and engineered wood products in North America. During his more than three decades with the company, he served as senior vice president of Wood Products Manufacturing, senior vice president of Engineered Wood Products and held various management and financial positions within the company, including in treasury and planning.
A member of the Treasure Valley YMCA board of directors, Tom will assume the chair of the board of directors in July 2022. He is a past chairperson for the American Wood Council (AWC), and served on the board of the Salt Lake City branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.
Tom and his wife, Laurie, have two daughters. In their free time, the Corrick family enjoys spending time hiking, traveling and watching the performing arts.
Tom received his bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration from Texas Christian University.
Rosa M. Dávila, Ph.D., has been employed at the College of Southern Idaho since 1995 – starting as an assistant professor of chemistry and now serving as a distinguished professor of chemistry.
Dr. Dávila has received many awards throughout her work, including being recognized with the Scientific Ways of Knowing General Education Teaching Award through the Idaho State Board of Education’s General Education Committee and Capital Educators Credit Union in May 2021, the Outstanding Academic Faculty Award 2002-2003 through the College of Southern Idaho Foundation - Wells Fargo in May 2003, and the Teaching Excellence Award – Honorarium from the College of Southern Idaho – Albertson’s Foundation in September 2001.
Dr. Dávila has been highly engaged within St. Luke’s Health System. She currently serves on the Medical Staff Affairs Committee and has been in that role since October 2018. Prior to this role, she was a member of the Credentialing Committee at St. Luke’s Magic Valley, a director for the St. Luke’s East Region Board Member of Quality, Safety and Service Excellence Committee (QSSEC), and a director for the St. Luke’s Magic Valley/Jerome Community Board.
Lucie Ann DiMaggio, MD, an internal medicine physician in Twin Falls, is a member of the St. Luke’s Health System board of directors.
Originally from Rochester, N.Y., Dr. DiMaggio earned a bachelor’s degree in biology from the University of Rochester and a medical degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo.
She completed her internship and residents at SUNY Buffalo and combined hospital university training at Buffalo General Hospital, Erie County Medical Center and Buffalo Veterans Administration Medical Center.
A former clinical assistant professor in the department of medicine at SUNY Buffalo, Dr. DiMaggio has worked as a medical consultant for the United Cerebral Palsy Association and Ecology and Environment, Inc.
Dr. DiMaggio has been a fellow of the American College of Physicians and Royal Geographical Society. She is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the Wilderness Medical Society, American Society of Internal Medicine, Society for Obstetric Medicine, and the Idaho Medical Association.
Her volunteer activities include service on the board of Planned Parenthood of Buffalo and Medical Media Associates. She was a co-creator of WomenStories, a video series for breast cancer patients.
D. Mark Durcan, a long-time Boise business leader, is a member of the St. Luke’s Health System board of directors.
After a 32-year career at Micron Technology, Mark retired as CEO in 2017.
Mark rose from his first role as a process integration engineer to chief technical officer, president and, ultimately, CEO in 2012. Under his leadership, the company delivered innovations that helped make Micron one of the top memory manufacturers in the world.
Mark is a key technical decision-maker in bringing Micron’s next-generation technologies to market. He has expanded Micron’s global presence and enhanced its capabilities through numerous strategic acquisitions, including Elpida, Inotera Memories Inc., Rexchip and Intel's interest in IMFS.
Mark was a former member of the the Semiconductor Industry Association Board, the Technology CEO Council, and former chairman of the Micron Technology Foundation Inc., which was formed to advance science, technology, engineering and math education, and support civic and charitable institutions in the communities where Micron has facilities. He also serves on the board of directors for AmerisourceBergen Corp. and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD). In 2017, he was presented the Semiconductor Industry Associations Noyce Award, the industry's top honor.
Mark earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in chemical engineering from Rice University.
Bill Gilbert is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Caprock, a multi-family office investment firm. Caprock has offices in seven cities across the U.S., is headquartered in Boise, and advises on more than $8 billion in client assets.
Bill was appointed to the Idaho State Board of Education in 2021. He is also on the Board of Directors of Idaho Business for Education. The Governor of Idaho, Brad Little, asked Bill to serve as the Co-Chairman of the Governor’s 2019 “Our Kids, Idaho’s Future” K-12 Education Task Force.
Bill has also served as a director of multiple private companies such as VisitPay and Pets Best Insurance Services, LLC. He is a former Chairman of the Board and Emeritus Director of the University of Idaho Foundation and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Idaho, with a B.S. in Finance.
He is a former Chairman of the St. Luke’s Health Foundation, and currently serves on the SLHS Finance and Investment Committee, SLHS Governance Committee, and SLHS Investment Subcommittee. Bill and his wife, Melissa, reside in Boise and have four children.
Lisa Grow has served as president and chief executive officer of IDACORP, Inc. and Idaho Power since June 1, 2020; president of Idaho Power since October 2019; former senior vice president and chief operating officer for Idaho Power since March 2017. Grow has also served as senior vice president of operations and, prior to that, senior vice president of power supply. Grow was appointed to the IDACORP and Idaho Power Company Boards of Directors in February 2020.
Grow graduated from the University of Idaho in 1987 with a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and received a master of business administration degree from Boise State University in 2008.
Grow is a leader in her field and involved in a number of industry groups, currently or previously serving on various committees and boards associated with the Western Electricity Coordinating Council, Northwest Power Pool, National Hydropower Association, Pacific Northwest Utilities Conference Committee and the Department of Energy Electricity Advisory Committee.
Grow was on the advisory committee of, and presented at, the University of Idaho’s Energy Executive Course (formerly UEC), an internationally recognized training program for industry executives worldwide. She also served on the university’s Foundation Board and is a past member of the advisory boards for the University of Idaho College of Engineering and the Boise State College of Engineering.
She served on the board of the Idaho division of the American Heart Association and currently serves on the St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors. She is also a Hope Society Member of the Women’s and Children’s Alliance. In 2021, she was appointed to the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Salt Lake City Branch Board of Directors for a three-year term.
Allan Korn, MD is an internal medicine physician and nationally known expert in managed care initiatives. As a principal with Illinois-based Carriage Way Associates, Dr. Korn has provided consulting services in patient safety and healthcare affordability.
For nearly 16 years, he was the senior vice president and chief medical officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield Association of Illinois, where he managed processes for improving the relationships between physicians and insurance providers. Previously, he was senior vice president of Premier Health Alliance, principal with the William Mercer Co. and vice president of Healthcare Compare Corp.
Dr. Korn practiced as an internist in medical oncology at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Evansville, Indiana, and served as chairman of the Department of Medicine.
He completed his internal medicine training at the Mayo Graduate School and his residency at Northwestern Wesley Memorial Hospital in Chicago, and earned a medical degree at Tufts University.
McCall business owner Dan Krahn serves on the St. Luke’s Health System board of directors. Dan is president of Krahn’s Home Furnishings, a three-generation family-owned and operated furniture store in downtown McCall.
A resident of McCall for more than three decades, Dan is a founder and board member of Idaho First Bank. He is active in local community and charitable activities, including the McCall Rotary Club.
Dan graduated in 1978 from the University of Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in business management.
Bob Lokken, a serial entrepreneur and technologist, is a member of the St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors.
Bob has spent a career in the world of data and analytics, and is passionate about advances in healthcare and education. He serves on the boards of several organizations in healthcare, education and technology development. He is a member of St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors, and he also serves as chairman of Idaho Business for Education, a non-profit, cross-industry group of executives committed to the evolution and improvement of public education.
Bob founded and served as CEO of WhiteCloud Analytics, a company focused on evolving the use of analytics to further healthcare performance management. In 2017, WhiteCloud was acquired by Relias, the healthcare education division of Bertelsmann SE. Bob has since retired from WhiteCloud.
Prior to founding WhiteCloud, Bob was a founder and the CEO of ProClarity Corp., winner of over 40 industry awards for analytic and performance management technologies. He authored several of the key patents behind the company’s market-leading technology, and led the company from its founding until May 2006, when ProClarity was acquired by Microsoft Corporation. After acquisition, Bob joined Microsoft and led the Business Intelligence Product Management Group, driving the development of product and commercial strategies for the Microsoft BI products.
Bob is a frequent keynote speaker at industry conferences on the use of analytics to drive business results. Additionally, he has extensive experience in healthcare systems and analytic strategies adopted by healthcare organizations to more effectively use their exploding data assets. Bob has consulted with numerous organizations around the world and has helped cross-pollinate analytics best practices across industries to spur innovation. In 2012, he was inducted into the Idaho Technology Hall of Fame for his pioneering work in analytics and advancement of innovation in his home state.
Bob holds a degree in Computer Science from Montana State University and has studied Operations Research and Business Administration at two different universities.
Richard “Rich” Raimondi, an Idaho business and education leader, is the past chair of the St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors.
Since 2010, Rich has served as president of Bishop Kelly High School, a Catholic school in Boise.
Previously he worked for nearly 30 years for Hewlett-Packard. During his HP career, Rich held positions in finance, marketing and general management in Boise, the Bay Area and Barcelona, Spain. He retired in November 2008 after 16 years as a Vice President/Senior Vice President in several businesses inside HP.
Originally from California, Rich earned a bachelors’ degree in history from Stanford and an MBA in finance from the University of Oregon.
He has served on numerous boards in the Boise area and is currently serving on the boards of the Treasure Valley YMCA, the Idaho Technology Council, the Trey McIntyre Project, and as chair of the Treasure Valley Education Partnership (TVEP).
Chris is an experienced change leader and visionary health care executive providing strategic direction and shaping a culture of continuous improvement for Idaho’s largest health system.
He has more than 30 years’ experience in health care, starting as a pharmacy technician with Intermountain Healthcare and moving into positions of increasing responsibility in administration, specialty practice management, and executive and leadership positions with Northwest Hospital & Medical Center in Seattle, Ochsner Health System in New Orleans, and other health organizations.
He joined St. Luke’s in early 2007, when the organization had been a health system for less than six months, and led much of the effort to establish the organization as one of the top health systems in the United States.
He served St. Luke’s as vice president and chief operating officer and then as chief executive officer of the Treasure Valley region, responsible for region-wide health care operations encompassing the Treasure Valley and West Treasure Valley communities of Fruitland, Meridian, and Eagle. In addition, his responsibilities included oversight of St. Luke’s Eastern Oregon operations. Roth subsequently was promoted to the position of senior vice president and chief operating officer for the health system before being selected in 2019 as president and CEO; he assumed these latter responsibilities in February of 2020.
Philanthropic commitment, community engagement, strong and balanced performance, and St. Luke’s ongoing transformation to value are among the initiatives that Chris has helped to guide during his leadership, informed by his three-plus decades of professional commitment across the health care delivery continuum.
He has extensive industry knowledge of and experience with emerging technologies, care delivery, and care models, and consumerism and the consumer experience. Chris has built winning teams, mentored emerging leaders and executives, and cultivated strong community partners and partnerships.
During his tenure at St. Luke’s, he has helmed operations as St. Luke’s implemented an Epic-based electronic health records system; the organization’s implementation is considered one of the most successful to date. He guided development and municipal approval of St. Luke’s Boise master campus plan and has helped to plan the integration into the system of multiple clinics, practices, and hospitals, including what are now St. Luke’s Elmore and St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Hospital.
In keeping with his commitment to community engagement and involvement, Chris is a member of multiple boards and committees. He holds a bachelor of science degree from Utah State University and a master’s degree in health care administration from the University of Minnesota.
Nationally recognized for quality, patient safety, and consumer preference, St. Luke’s comprises eight hospitals, St. Luke’s Children’s, a nationally recognized cancer center, and more than 200 clinics throughout southern Idaho and into eastern Oregon. St. Luke’s is the only health system based in Idaho and employs more than 14,000 people.
Residing in Boise, Idaho, Ms. Twedt has 15 years of experience working for Boise Cascade Company, most recently as SVP General Counsel. Prior to working in the forest products and building materials industry, she was an employment defense attorney with Hall Farley Oberrecht & Blanton PA.
Ms. Twedt is an experienced board member, serving on a variety of nonprofit boards, including United Way of Treasure Valley and Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity. She currently chairs the board of The College of Idaho. Ms. Twedt has been recognized in her field by the Idaho Business Review as a Leader in Law and received an Accomplished Under 40 award.
Bill Whitacre, former president and chief executive officer of the J.R. Simplot Co., is a member of St. Luke’s Health System Board of Directors.
Bill joined Simplot in March 2000 as president of the Turf & Horticulture Group, and then became president of the AgriBusiness Group in 2002. He was appointed president and CEO of the company in 2009. He retired from Simplot in 2018. Previously, he was president and CEO of Research Seeds, a Land O’Lakes subsidiary.
Bill has served as a board member of The Fertilizer Institute, International Plant Nutrition Institute, Nutrients for Life Foundation, Farm Foundation and Heartland Regional Medical Center. He is a past president of the American Seed Trade Association, Western Seed Association and North American Seed Institute.
A passionate supporter of non-profit organizations, Bill rode in the Dakar Rally as a benefit for the Ronald McDonald House Charities.