Doug Brigham & Jim Everett, Co-Presidents
The College of Idaho appointed two highly successful business and non-profit leaders to the office of the President to lead the state’s oldest private college into the future. Former President of TitleOne Corporation Doug Brigham and the former CEO of the Treasure Valley YMCA Jim Everett have been selected as the Presidents of The College of Idaho. The appointment was finalized by a unanimous Board of Trustees vote of approval on Friday, Feb. 23.
The selection of Co-Presidents, while unique in higher education, is perfectly suited to the needs of the College at this time. The College’s Presidential Search Committee had identified Brigham and Everett as two top individual candidates among a diverse pool of traditional and non-traditional candidates. When the pair reframed their candidacies as a co-presidential team, the Search Committee was intrigued by this innovative approach and the candidates’ shared vision for the College.
Read more about our top two leaders.
Education: BA, The College of Idaho ('87); MBA, Boise State University
- Past Member, College of Idaho Board of Trustees
- Board of Trustees Chairman, 2015-2017
Past Business Experience:
- President, TitleOne Corporation
- Senior Vice President, Operations & Maintenance, Washington Group International
Education: Albion College ('74)
- Past Member, College of Idaho Board of Trustees
- Former Head Swim Coach at The College of Idaho
Past Business Experience:
- CEO, Treasure Valley YMCA
Vice President for Student Affairs
- Advocate Center
- Campus Ministries
- Campus Safety
- Counseling Center
- Learning Support & Disability Services
- Inclusion & Intercultural Engagement
- Outdoor Program
- Residential Life
- Counseling & Health Services
- Student Involvement & Leadership
Provost & Dean of Faculty
- Academic Departments
- Administrative Assistants
- Associate Dean
- Institutional Research
- Physician Assistant Studies
Vice President for Finance and Administration
- Business Office
- College Store
- Human Resources
- Mail Center
- Financial Reporting & Accounting
- Planning & Budgeting
- Risk Management
Vice President for Enrollment Management
- Financial Aid
Vice President of College Relations
- Alumni Relations
- Annual (Boone) Fund
- Advancement Services
- Major Gifts
- Parents Council
- External Relations
Vice President of High Impact Practices
- Center for Experiential Learning
- High Impact Practices
- Title IX
- Sports Information
Director of Marketing & Communications
- Media Relations
- Social Media
- Quest Magazine
- Internal Communications
Current Board Members
Chair, Jeffrey Taylor '82
System Vice President and CFO, St. Luke’s Health System
Jeffrey Taylor is the system vice president and chief financial officer for St. Luke’s Health System in Boise. Taylor began his career with St. Luke’s in 1994 as a director of finance. He previously worked in the Boise offices of Deloitte & Touche and Ernst & Whinney. Taylor graduated with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from The College of Idaho in 1982 and went on to earn his CPA.
Vice-Chair, Jill Twedt '01
Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Boise Cascade Company
Jill Twedt is Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Boise Cascade, where she started in 2007 as an employment and labor attorney after four years at a private law firm in Boise. She now leads the legal, compliance, sustainability and environmental, records management, and governance functions for the company. Twedt graduated from The College of Idaho in 2001 with a bachelor's degree in Political Science and went on to earn her law degree from the University of Idaho. She is married to fellow alumnus Josh Sears ('99) and the couple has two children, Josie and Norah.
Secretary, Paul Street ’70
Of Counsel, Hawley Troxell
Paul Street has returned to the private practice of law, joining Hawley Troxell in an of-counsel role, along with his former Moffatt Thomas colleagues. Paul’s practice focuses on corporate legal matters and corporate governance. Paul has practiced law for over 45 years, half of which was spent in private practice at Moffatt Thomas. In 1999, he became General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Building Materials Holding Corporation – a publicly held lumber and building materials distribution company. In 2015, it merged and became BMC Stock Holding, Inc. (Nasdaq BMCH) and Paul became General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of the merged company. BMCH is a leading provider of diversified building products and services in the U.S. residential construction market with over 3 billion in sales; approximately 10,000 employees and 93 distribution locations in 18 states. On June 1, 2017, Paul transitioned from his role as General Counsel and subsequently retired on September 15, 2017. Paul graduated from The College of Idaho with a BA degree in 1970. He graduated from the University of Washington School of Law with a JD degree in 1973. Paul graduated from The College of Idaho with a BA degree in 1970. He graduated from the University of Washington School of Law with a JD degree in 1973.
Retired, Community Advocate
Mary Abercrombie and her late husband, Lee, have both served as trustees of the College. Mary has a strong background in the arts, having an extensive history of supporting and being involved with the Boise Philharmonic, including her current role as the president of the Boise Philharmonic Foundation. Mary is proud to also serve as a trustee of the Stevenson School in Pebble Beach, CA, and as a trustee of the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Among other groups she has served are the Treasure Valley YMCA, the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Humane Society, the St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center Foundation, the Idaho Community Foundation, and more. Her community involvement has led to public recognition from St. Alphonsus (Distinguished Citizen Award) and the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce (Community Service Award).
Director of Group Markets, Blue Cross of Idaho
Laura moved back to her home state of Idaho in 2017 to join BCI. She was previously an Engagement Manager at Deloitte Consulting in San Francisco, CA, where she served large health plan and provider clients, including working on the ACA implementation and the health plan shift to retail market. In a cross-industry role, she helped stand up a new program that grew Deloitte’s marketing services and enhanced Deloitte’s brand permission with marketing executives. She has a mechanical engineering degree from Rice University as well as a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard. Laura and her husband, Alex Frey, attempt to manage the chaos created by their 2-year-old boy, Oscar, and 4-year-old girl, Carla. They enjoy being out in the beautiful Idaho outdoors, visiting Stanley and McCall in the summer, and hitting the slopes in the winter.
Community & Education Advocate
Elaine received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology at Newcomb College, which was the women’s college connected to Tulane in New Orleans. After Newcomb, she attended Tulane’s School of Social Work where she received her Master’s. Elaine has spent her professional career mentoring and providing professional coaching to students, especially those from under-served populations. In addition to The College of Idaho Board of Trustees, she is currently a Board Member for the Los Angeles Valley College Foundation Board, the Los Angeles Valley College where she is involved in the Fundraising, Scholarship, and Public Relations Committees and is an Advisory Board Member for the COWEN Institute of Tulane University, New Orleans. Elaine appreciates the opportunity to engage with students, hearing their stories and hopes that she can provide support and the wisdom that comes from experience to these students. Anyone that knows her, knows that she is a humble, kind, compassionate person of deep faith, with a very big heart and is “honored to serve as a Trustee”.
Hon. Candy Dale '79
United States Magistrate Judge
A native of Boise, Judge Dale obtained a Bachelor of Science degree, with honors and as a Gipson Scholar, from The College of Idaho in 1979. While in law school, she served as Editor-in-Chief of the Idaho Law Review. Before her appointment to the federal bench in 2008, she was a trial lawyer for over 25 years in Idaho and a member of numerous professional and community organizations. Judge Dale received an honorary doctorate of humane letters from the College in 2017 when she delivered the keynote address at Commencement.
Pam DeCoste '82
Retired, former vice president of Philips Healthcare
A 1982 magna cum laude graduate from the College, Pam recently retired after a strong career with Philips Healthcare. She has a proven track record of managing global financial organizations driving growth and profitability, implementing financial discipline and structuring risk management frameworks. She has a strong history of creating growth, managing multi-billion-dollar business groups and markets, and leading the Internal Audit and Fraud investigation function for global Philips out of the Netherlands.
Superintendent, Boise School District
Dennis grew up in the Boise valley before pursuing a career in education that included being named superintendent of the Boise School District in 2019. Prior to his promotion, he had worked in various capacities within the school district since 1991, successfully leading a number of efforts to improve instruction, overall academic achievement and school facilities in the District. He has a demonstrated aptitude for creating solutions. He helped support and coordinate the District's implementation of Community Schools, Common Core State Standards to support learning in the classroom, Strategic Planning, Budgeting, Legislation & Rule Making Advocacy, District Outreach (external and internal communication), Facility Improvements, and Policy Development.
Mike Elliott ’69
Electrical Engineer and Consultant
Mike Elliott, a 1969 graduate of the College, is an accomplished electrical engineer and consultant. Throughout his career, Elliott has led engineering units in providing power generation and transmission services as a consultant. He also has served on large projects throughout the world as a senior project manager and quality assurance specialist. His expertise includes design, economic analysis, equipment selection and system protection, coordination, mapping, stability and design.
Chief Operating Officer, DB Fitzpatrick
Brandon is the chief executive officer at DB Fitzpatrick, overseeing the daily operations of the firm. Brandon holds a BA from Brown University, a master’s in international relations from UC San Diego, and a master’s in economics from the University of Miami. He has taught courses in economics at the University of Miami, statistics at Boise State University, and finance at Pacific University.
Owner, Corporate Office Installations
Mike Garcia, a native Idahoan, is the owner of Corporate Office Installations, which provides office furniture installation, office design, furniture moving, cabling and reupholstery. Michael coupled his 20 years of experience with hard work and determination to grow COI into the largest furniture installation business in Idaho.
Kevin Hulsey ’88
Founder and CEO of United Healthcare Partners
Kevin Hulsey graduated from The College of Idaho in 1988 and recently founded United Healthcare Partners. Hulsey also founded Rehab Authority in 1999 and guided the company’s expansion to 38 different clinics in multiple states. He has created other business partnerships along the way, including a billing & collecting company, a practice management company, a staffing agency and multiple holding companies. Among numerous honors, Hulsey was named Physical Therapist of the Year by the Idaho Physical Therapy Association and received the American Physical Therapy Association’s Emerging Leader Award. Since 2001, he also has served as a rehabilitation consultant for The College of Idaho’s athletics program.
Mas Kuwana ’03
Tax Operations, Uber
Mas Kuwana graduated from The College of Idaho in 2003 with majors in accounting, politics and economics. He obtained his JD from the University of Idaho in 2006 and, despite his deep love for Idaho, accepted an opportunity to move to New York City to join Deloitte's tax practice. In addition to working in Tax Operations for Amazon and now Uber, Mas spent time as the Head of Tax Operations for JP Morgan Chase's Corporate and Investment Bank. He is originally from White Bird, Idaho, and maintains his strong Idaho roots and loyalty to the College.
Western Idaho Regional Banking President, Wells Fargo
Don has over three decades of banking experience and has been with Wells Fargo since 1997. He is responsible for 50 branches and 450 team members who serve the Idaho Region, which includes North and Western Idaho, Spokane (WA), and Ontario (OR). He also has an established history of community work. He is a member of the University of Idaho Latino Advisory Council and trustee for the Idaho Business for Education Board. He is also a member of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board.
James P. Mertz
Chairman, Symms Fruit Ranch
Oversees the family farming operation founded in 1914 by his wife's (Kathy) grandfather, now in the 5th generation of family participation as growers, packers, sellers, and shippers of fresh fruits and vegetables, plus general farming operations. Jim's career began in education before shifting to Symms Fruit Ranch in 1971. He has been actively involved in the local agricultural community since arriving, including serving on the Idaho Horticulture Association, the Idaho Apple Commission, the Idaho Cherry Commission and the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, among others. Jim earned his bachelor of arts degree in 1961 from Beloit College in Beloit, WI, and his Master’s degree from Columbia University in 1965. Kathy and Jim have three children; Jamie, Carrie, and Joe '93 plus eight grandchildren; Hattie, Max, Jack, Maisie, Milo, Fran, Sean Elizabeth, and Jay.
Alan Moore ’74
Treasure Valley Entrepreneur, Former President of Bogus Basin Recreational Association
Alan Moore is a 1974 College of Idaho graduate who went on to earn his MBA and CPA license. He has enjoyed a long and successful career in the Treasure Valley, starting and formerly owning several small businesses and serving as president and general manager of the Bogus Basin Recreational Association. Moore has served on the College's National Alumni Board as well as the Business Advisory Council. He’s also been an adjunct faculty member at the College and is actively involved in community service, focusing on Idaho outdoors and youth recreation organizations. Alan has been married to his wife, Julie, for over 38 years; the couple has two children and two grandchildren.
Owner and CEO, Bestbath
Megan L. Multanen, MPA, is an Idaho native and a graduate of Boise State University where she earned a degree in Sociology and Economics. Post-Boise State, Megan attended the University of Arizona where she earned her Masters of Public Administration. While working in the Department of Training and Public Policy development for Pima Prevention Partnership in Tucson Arizona, Megan worked with the Governor’s office for Children, Youth, and Families to deliver curriculum and grassroots training to 30 community coalitions throughout the state of Arizona. Megan returned to Idaho in 2010 to work for Bestbath and has worked in the Marketing Department, Commercial Sales department and Dealer Sales department. Today, Megan is an owner and CEO of Bestbath. Megan pursued her Certified Aging in Place Specialist designation through the National Association of Home Builders in 2010. An Active member of the American Composite Manufacturers Association (ACMA) Government Affairs Committee, and Architectural Committee Megan has also served the industry in Green Composites initiatives. Megan has served as Chair of the Board for the Caldwell Chamber of Commerce, as well as on the Executive Committee of the Chamber Board and enjoys the opportunity that affords her to be an active member of the community
Rick Ogle ’66
Rick Ogle studied history while attending the College in 1966 and, after a four-year stint in the U.S. Navy, went on to earn an accounting degree and an MBA from Boise State University. After an 18-year career at Ore-Ida Foods, Ogle became the owner and president of Boise-based Office Environment Company, which he ran until he sold the company and retired in 2009. Ogle currently provides management and investing advice to small businesses. Rick has been active on various committees associated with the College for more than 20 years.
President, Oppenheimer Companies
Doug Oppenheimer has a long and successful history in the Treasure Valley above and beyond his company, Oppenheimer Companies, Inc., that is involved in food sales, manufacturing and marketing as well as being involved in commercial real estate. Currently, Oppenheimer is the Director of the Idaho Community Foundation, President of the Boy Scouts of America (Ore-Ida Council), Treasurer for Alturas Institute, Director for the Idaho Shakespeare Festival's Advisory Board, Director of Idaho Business for Education, Director of the Idaho Film Foundation, and more. He is also a published author, having penned the book, "Sun Valley: A Biography," the first book written on the history of Sun Valley, Idaho.
Alison Rabe '10
Executive Director, Jesse Tree
Ali moved back to Idaho in 2019 to take on the role of Executive Director at Jesse Tree, a nonprofit preventing eviction and homelessness for low-income families in the Treasure Valley. Prior to joining Jesse Tree Ali was a Staff Attorney at HomeBase, headquartered in San Francisco, where she supported local governments and service providers in their efforts to end homelessness. In 2012 Ali received the Boren Fellowship, through which she supported indigenous communities in rural Cambodia fighting to keep their land. She continued the same work in Sierra Leone. Ali also spent some years working for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services as an adjudicator, processing refugees from all over the world. Ali is a proud Yote and holds a J.D. from William & Mary Law School.
Dennis Robertson '87
President of Elite Athletes Division, Protocol International
Dennis received his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management at The College of Idaho and his extensive athletic background paved the way to his current role as President of Protocol International’s Elite Athletes Division responsible for P & L, recruitment, negotiating, training and development. Dennis’ athletic achievements range from his participation in the 1979 Junior AAU Olympics to The College of Idaho where he became the two-time Defensive Player of the Year (1984-86), Athlete of the Year (1985), and the Assistant Junior Varsity Coach (1986). He also became an NBA Pro-Am player with the Portland/Seattle team from 1986-1987 and started as small forward for Each One Teach One at the famous Rucker Park in Harlem under legendary Coach John Martin for three years. In addition to his athletic background, Dennis has also been involved in the corporate arena as a banking executive spanning over 30 years with American Express, JP Morgan Chase, and Carver Federal Savings Bank. This experience encompassed many aspects of corporate coaching, branding, training and development, campaigns, acquisitions and promotion, and staff recruitment. Dennis brings to the table his high energy, competitive edge, personable leadership skills, and proven track record. Dennis is currently working with Professional Athletes, College and University Athletic Departments, AAU teams, High Schools and youth.
Megan Ronk '01
Director of Business Innovation & Development, Idaho Power
Megan Ronk is Director of Business Innovation & Development for Idaho Power where she is charged with business expansion and innovation initiatives for one of the United States’ top ranked investor-owned electric utilities. Before joining Idaho Power, Ronk enjoyed a 16-year career in state government and public policy, most recently serving as the Director for the Idaho Department of Commerce under Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter. In that role, Ronk led economic development efforts for the state, including business attraction, retention and expansion, international trade, tourism and rural-development initiatives. Ronk also worked as a Policy Advisor to U.S. Secretary of Interior and former Idaho Governor Dirk Kempthorne. Ronk serves on the Board of Directors for Mountain West Bank and the Boise Valley Economic Partnership; as a commissioner for the Idaho Commission on Human Rights; and as an adjunct faculty member at the College of Western Idaho where she has taught microeconomics for over ten years. Ronk has received the Idaho Business Review’s Accomplished Under 40 award and is a three-time winner of the Idaho Women of the Year award. Ronk’s highest priority and greatest accomplishment is her family including husband Jayson and two young sons, Simon and Harrison.
Kyle Sales '03
Local Business Leader
After serving as a CPA in public accounting and later corporate finance in private equity, Kyle is currently the director of finance for a Seattle-based technology company. He returned to the Treasure Valley where he also spends time working with early stage businesses and real estate projects. He was previously honored by The College of Idaho as its Young Alumni of the Year and also served as a member of the National Alumni Board.
Jen Sampson '97
Jennifer (Vroman) Sampson, a native Idahoan, graduated from The College of Idaho in 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. She served as Student Body President her senior year. Upon graduation she began a career at Albertsons, Inc. During her twelve years with the company she experienced three mergers in three different cities, became a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, and enjoyed the opportunity to meet and work with thousands of dedicated associates. Jen spent the majority of her career in Public Affairs, Communications, and Community Outreach. In 2015, Jen and her family relocated back to Boise after seven years in Dallas/Fort Worth and six years on the East Coast. With that move came the opportunity to shift careers, and currently she operates a small house renovation business. She is the Secretary of the Boise Public Schools Foundation Board, a member of the Idaho Women’s Charitable Foundation, and sits on The College of Idaho Scholarship Gala committee. Jen, her husband Shane, daughter Kate, and their very mischievous puppy Maggie Mae live in East Boise.
Retired, Community Advocate
Mary Smith graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with honors (cum laude) with a degree in Economics and History. She managed market research on development projects in southern California, Utah and Hawaii for companies such as Walker & Lee, Prudential Insurance, and the Immobiliare. Mary is past president of the Idaho and Ada County Medical Alliances. She currently serves as treasurer of the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts Board. Mary is married to College of Idaho alumnus James W. Smith, M.D.
Ronald R. Thomas
President Emeritus, University of Puget Sound
Ron is a nationally recognized leader in higher education, serving most recently as the thirteenth president of the University of Puget Sound from 2003-2016. His career includes faculty and administrative roles at the University of Chicago, Harvard University, and Trinity College (CT), where he served as English department chair, chief of staff, college vice president, and acting president. Ron has served on the boards of directors of the American Council on Education, the Annapolis Group, the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), the Chronicle of Higher Education and New York Times Higher Education Cabinet, the Independent Colleges of Washington, and the President's Council for NCAA Division III. He earned a BA magna cum laude from Wheaton College (IL) and an MA and PhD in English and American literature from Brandeis University. Since 2017, Ron has been a principal at Reinstitute, a division of Human Capital Research Corporation focusing on higher-education organizational strategy, change management, and sustainability.
Dr. Sue Weitz '71
Retired, Gonzaga University
Dr. Sue Weitz, Retired Vice President for Student Life and Senior Advisor to the President at Gonzaga University for 34 years, has also served as Semester At Sea Executive Dean in the summer of 04, Fall 10, Fall 14, Spring 2020. Her first “around the world voyage” was the Fall of 96 when she served as the Dean of Students. She is married to Greg Intinarelli and has three children, Lauran, Marcus, and Derek. She earned her Bachelor and Master degrees from The College of Idaho and her Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership and Administration from Gonzaga University. Her Ph.D. dissertation focused on alcohol use and college students. Sue has had a long successful career in Higher Education serving over 45 years in various positions at The College of Idaho, University of Central Arkansas, St. Mary of the Woods College, and Gonzaga University. She has received numerous national and regional awards from NASPA and JASPA as well as from her last home institution, Gonzaga University. Among the honors, NASPA awarded her The Scott Goodnight Award for outstanding performance as a Dean, and the National Fred Turner Award for distinguished service. The National Jesuit Association (JASPA) awarded her the Ignation Medal for Outstanding Achievement and the Victor Yanitelli Award (highest award from Jesuit Institutions for contribution to the profession). When Sue retired from Gonzaga University she was recognized with her Trademarks being “Love and Laughter". Dr. Weitz is extremely passionate about Higher Education and is honored to be able to serve The College of Idaho, the institution that gave her educational and professional start.
Dr. Rick Williams '74
Scientific, technical, and research consultant
Williams is a fisheries ecologist and Research Associate in the Department of Biology at The College of Idaho. His research and consulting activities focus on the conservation of native steelhead, redband, and cutthroat trout in western North America. Williams graduated in 1974 with majors in Zoology and English Literature. Rick is a third generation College of Idaho graduate, preceded by his parents, Dick and Rita Williams (1950) and grandparents, Ledru and Alta Williams (1918). Dick served on the National Alumni Board (1958-61; President 1961), while grandfather Ledru joined the College of Idaho’s Education Department faculty in 1945. Ledru was also the acting President of the College from 1948 to 1950.
Marcia Wing '76
Former Senior Vice President, Moreton & Company
Marcia Wing graduated summa cum laude from The College of Idaho with a bachelor’s degree in English literature and American studies in 1976. She went on to earn an MBA from Boise State University in 1983 and enjoyed a successful career in the insurance business for more than 30 years. Marcia recently retired as the Senior Vice President for the Boise office of Moreton & Company, a regional insurance brokerage firm.
Emeritus Board Members
Louie Attebery '50
Professor Emeritus of English, The College of Idaho
Retired professor Louie Attebery has deep ties to western Idaho and the College. Born in Monroe Creek, Idaho, Attebery graduated from Weiser High and served in the Navy before coming to the College, where he graduated cum laude and married alumna Barbara Olson. He went on to receive a master's degree from the University of Montana and a Ph.D. from the University of Denver. Attebery returned to the College as an English professor in 1961 and stayed until his retirement in 1999. A lover of literature, folklore, and history, Attebery has published six books and countless articles. In 2010, Attebery was inducted into the Idaho Hall of Fame and also received The College of Idaho President's Medallion, the College's most distinguished honor of achievement. Attebery was named a trustee emeritus in 2011.
Jack K. Lemley
President and CEO of Lemley International
Jack Lemley is a Trustee Emeritus for The College of Idaho. Lemley is the President and CEO of Lemley International, a Boise-based management-consulting firm established to serve public and private clients worldwide in the engineering and construction industries. Lemley has served as Chairman, President and CEO of several companies and won multiple awards during his distinguished business career. Lemley, a 1960 graduate of the University of Idaho, was presented with an honorary doctor of science degree by The College of Idaho in 2006, served two terms on the College's Board of Trustees and was named a Trustee Emeritus in 2009.
President and Owner of O'Neill Enterprises
Peter O'Neill is a Trustee Emeritus for The College of Idaho. He is President and owner of O'Neill Enterprises LLC, a Boise-based land development company. O'Neill is a graduate of Dartmouth College and received his MBA from Stanford University Business School. O'Neill has directed many successful business ventures in and around Idaho. O'Neill served on the College's Board of Trustees from 1993 to 2009 and was named a Trustee Emeritus in 2010.
Dr. Richard Roberge
Chairman, Idaho Board of Health and Welfare
Dr. Richard Roberge is a Trustee Emeritus for The College of Idaho. He has distinguished himself as one of the Treasure Valley’s top medical professionals during a career that extends half a century. After his residency at Latter-Day Saints Hospital in Salt Lake City and his initial practice in a three-person OB-GYN partnership in Klamath Falls, Ore., Roberge opened his practice in Caldwell in 1969. His leadership within the medical profession includes his work as a member of the Idaho Board of Health and Welfare, which he has chaired since 2007, and service as chair of the Southwest District Health Department Board of Directors. Roberge also has been a civic leader, serving as a member of the Caldwell School Board and as president of the Caldwell Rotary Club. Roberge was named a trustee emeritus in 2020.