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Boise State Alumnus Named CEO of Influence

By: Brady W Moore   Published 9:41 pm / May 25, 2017

Steve Woodworth, CEO of the non-profit, multi-service charity Idaho Youth Ranch, recently was named one of the Idaho Business Review’s CEOs of Influence. Woodworth graduated from Boise State University in 1988 with a master’s degree in public administration.

Nominees for the program are judged on five factors: leadership, vision, innovation and competitiveness, financial performance and community leadership. To honor the winners, the Idaho Business Review hosted a networking reception, dinner and awards event featuring videos of the honorees and published a magazine featuring their profiles.

Other Idaho CEOs honored this year include:

  • John Evans Jr., president and CEO, D.L. Evans Bank
  • Bert Glandon, president, CWI
  • Elizabeth Lizberg, executive director, Camp Rainbow Gold
  • George Mulhern, CEO, Cradlepoint
  • Beth Oppenheimer, executive director, Idaho Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Rodney Reider, president, CEO, Saint Alphonsus
  • Matt Rissell, CEO, Tsheets
  • Jerry Whitehead, president, CEO, Western Trailer
  • Marya Woods, CEO, Apex Manufacturing Solutions