Board of Directors
The CATCH, Inc. Board of Directors is comprised of local community leaders who have been instrumental to the development and success of the program. Representing diverse sectors of the community, including government, housing, business, and congregations of faith, Board members share a passion for the mission of re-housing homeless families.
Bruce MacMahonDirector of Accounting, Idaho Powercatch@catchprogram.org
After graduating from Saint Mary's College of California in 1983 with an accounting degree, Bruce has been a senior finance leader for various entities within the IDACORP group of companies since 1996, and as the Director of Accounting, Bruce is responsible for oversight of the company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission as part of the company's responsibilities as a publicly traded corporation. From 2007-2011, Bruce was the President of Idacorp Financial Services, with oversight for a $200 million portfolio of tax credit investments - primarily fund investments in low-income housing apartment complexes, but also a direct investor in a handful of local properties in Idaho. Bruce is the president of CATCH, Inc., has been married to Valerie for 25 years and has five children, ages 23 to 13.
Lanette MarcumVice-President & CRA Officer, Mountain West Bankcatch@catchprogram.orgLanette Marcum has been in banking for 30 years in various capacities and is currently the Vice President/CRA/Compliance Officer for Mountain West Bank. She has served as the Compliance Officer for the last 10 years for Mountain West Bank, and took on the additional role of CRA Officer in 2006. As the CRA Officer, Lanette became acquainted with the CATCH program in its very early development and remains an avid supporter for the program. Lanette has served on numerous boards for community organizations over the past 20 years and brings a lot of experience and commitment to helping them succeed.
Ross MasonRegional Director, Idaho Department of Health & Welfare email@example.com
Ross Mason is Regional Director for Southwest Idaho for the Idaho Department of Health & Welfare. He has been with the Department since 1996. His interest in housing for homeless families and others developed as he saw an unanswered need that could not be addressed by existing government programs. Ross spent many years in television news throughout the country as a news director, anchor and reporter. He ran an investigative unit in Baltimore. He is a graduate of the University of Washington. He is an avid hiker, bicyclist and reader. He lives with his wife Debbie. They have two adult children.
Uwe ReischlProfessor of Health Sciences, Boise State Universitycatch@catchprogram.orgUwe Reischl is a Professor in the College of Health Sciences at Boise State University. He is a public health physician with focus on international public health and community medicine. He received his medical training at the University of Ulm in Germany and his doctoral and post-doctoral training in Public Health at the University of California at Berkeley. Uwe Reischl has been actively involved in community service for over 25 years. In addition to his academic, administrative, and professional responsibilities at Boise State University, he has contributed extensively to the Boise community through membership on numerous local and regional social service committees and appointments to boards of directors of Idaho companies.
Krista AndersonProperty Manager, Mercy Housing Management Krista Anderson is employed by Mercy Housing Property Management; a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing as a Property Manager serving Canyon County. Krista is responsible for managing three multi-family apartment complexes. After graduating from the town of Twin Falls, Idaho she went on to build her knowledge of the great outdoors on a Mountaineering Leadership course through Outward Bound that took place in Colorado. Krista’s personal life reflects her survival tools in which she learned in the Outward Bound Course. In 2009 she found herself going through a rough time which led to an episode of homelessness. She resided at the Booth house for a month and a half before she was informed of the CATCH program. CATCH was able to provide her a stable foundation and support system to get on track and become self sufficient once again. She graduated the CATCH program in 2010. An Idaho native, Krista and her nine year old daughter Alex live in Boise and share the same love for the outdoors and athletic lifestyle