Speaker Date Topic
Murphy Woodhouse, Mtn West News Bureau Reporter Apr 23, 2024
A Day in the Life of a News Reporter!

Hey everyone! I’m Murphy Woodhouse, Boise State Public Radio’s Mountain West News Bureau reporter.

I grew up in Pocatello, got my undergraduate journalism degree at the University of Montana and now I’m back home in the West after a long stretch on both sides of the Arizona-Sonora border. Most recently I was at the Phoenix NPR affiliate KJZZ’s office in Hermosillo, the capital of Sonora, Mexico, where I reported for nearly five years.

Outside of work, I’m learning to be a good uncle and looking forward to getting to know every piece of singletrack near Boise. Trail tips? Story tips? Know a secret the public ought to hear? Drop me a line! Si prefiere hablar en español, ¡no se preocupe!

Kate Simonds, Project Manager of Lift Local Idaho Apr 30, 2024
What is Lift Local Idaho and how does it affect me?
Catherine Churtudi, Hefty ReNew Program Consultant May 07, 2024
The Orange Bag Program: demystifying it!
Matt Bishop: Founder of Cafe Mule May 14, 2024
How did a man and a mule start a coffee company?
Bob Rainville, Founder Everyday Leadership May 21, 2024
We support Everyday Leadership: what is it and how does it impact me?
Tessa Greegor, City of Boise Mobility/Transportati May 28, 2024
Getting around in Boise: e-scooters and other modes...how do they affect our community?
Amy Ridenour, CEO of Jannus Jun 04, 2024
What is Jannus and how does it impact our community?

https://www.jannus.org/

Shirely Biladeau, President of Soropimist Boise Jun 11, 2024
What is Soroptimist and what impact do they have on our community?

https://www.soroptimist.org/

Jeff Myers, ID Youth Ranch VP of Communication Jun 18, 2024
What's going on with ID Youth Ranch?
Kelly Crane, Because International Jun 25, 2024
What is Because International and what happened to the Shoe that Grows?