For Immediate Release: Aug. 19, 2019
Information Contact: Renee Bade, (208) 332-3578 ext. 4061
Gov. Brad Little appointed three new commissioners to Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism. Brady Fuller of Boise, Katie Roberts of Nampa and Kayeloni Scott of Lapwai, were appointed in July.
“Our commissioners bring a wealth of knowledge and energy to the commission as well as first-hand knowledge of the benefits and rewards of service in our communities,” said Renee Bade, program manager for Serve Idaho.
From left, Brady Fuller, Katie Roberts and Keyeloni Scott
Brady Fuller is an advisory board recruiter with AdvisoryCloud in Boise. He has a passion for service and volunteerism and served in the Peace Corps in Cambodia as an English teacher. A graduate of the University of Idaho with a degree in political science, he previously served as an intern with Sen. Mike Crapo. Fuller is a volunteer with Boise Young Professionals.
Katie Roberts serves as the executive director for the Andrus Center for Public Policy. Roberts holds a degree in sociology from Clemson University and has a long history working with nonprofit organizations in Fairbanks, Alaska, including the Fairbanks Arts Association. She is passionate about giving back to the community and served as an AmeriCorps Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA) with Communities in Schools of the Midlands and with Fairbanks North Star Borough.
Kayeloni Scott serves as the communications manager for the Nez Perce Tribe. A graduate of Lewis-Clark State College with a degree in business and communication, she previously worked in banking and finance. Scott is an AmeriCorps alum, having served with Community Action Partnerships in Lewiston. She is heavily engaged in her community volunteering with the Lapwai Community Coalition, Lapwai Community Action Team, Friends of the Garden and Get Out the Vote committee.
To learn more about Serve Idaho and volunteering, visit the Serve Idaho Facebook page or ServeIdaho.gov.
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Serve Idaho, a division of the Idaho Department of Labor, encourages voluntary public service and volunteerism throughout the state. The Serve Idaho Commission is funded in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service and the Idaho Department of Labor.