Regional Grant Advisory Committee Volunteers

Posted on November 2, 2021

Innovia Foundation is pleased to welcome 16 new volunteers to our Regional Advisory Grant Committees. Regional Grants Advisory Committees are made up of business and community leaders from across Innovia’s service region, who advance the mission and vision of the community foundation. Members help guide and support the competitive grantmaking process by reviewing applications from their region and making recommendations to the Grant Committee and Board of Directors. Please join us in welcoming the following new members:

Colene Rubert, Director – Career Training and Mentoring, Kalispel Tribe of Indians (Pend Oreille)
Alex Gibilsco, Manager of Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, City of Spokane (Spokane)
Margo Hill, MURP, JD, Associate Professor of Urban Planning, EWU (Spokane)
Rachel Young, Retired Federal Government Employee, Business Owner (home inspection) (Idaho)
Gretchen Youngren, Director of Development + Communications, Samaritan Health (Adams)
Karen Skoog, Pend Oreille County Commissioner (Pend Oreille)
Alex Gibilsco, Manager of Equity and Inclusion Initiatives, City of Spokane (Spokane)
Margo Hill, MURP, JD, Associate Professor of Urban Planning, EWU (Spokane)
Susan Hales, founder and Former Executive Director, Refugee Connections (Spokane)
Rodney McAuley, Spokane Pastor and Youth Mentor (Spokane)
Jennifer Dickinson, Executive Director, Port of Columbia (Columbia)
Rachel Anderson, Office Manager, Aging and Disability Resource Center (Garfield)
Kayeloni Scott, Communication Manager, Nez Perce Tribe (Nez Perce)
Mike Tatko, Lewis-Clark Valley Regional Business Manager, Avista (Nez Perce)
Mike Tornatore, Deputy Clerk, City of Kamiah (Clearwater)
Alex Barta, Executive Director, Timber Plus (Benewah)
Ashlee Miles, Director, Shoshone Medical Center Foundation (Shoshone)
Todd Kiesbuy, North Idaho Regional Business Manager, Avista (Kootenai)