|Who We Are|
Pam Baldwin, Executive Director
Pam Baldwin, Executive Director of The Interfaith Alliance of Idaho since 2003, has been an activist and organizer in Idaho for over 20 years. Dedicated to justice and equity, Pam has served as director of the Idaho Rural Council, on the board of the National Family Farm Coalition, and as an organizer for Idaho’s statewide progressive coalition, United Vision for Idaho.
Pam received the Human Rights Leader of the Year for 2004 at the annual Progressive Celebration & Awards Dinner by United Vision for Idaho, Idaho's statewide progressive coalition.
During Boise’s Pride Week June, 2004, Pam and The Interfaith Alliance of Idaho were given the Birch Award for organizing people of faith to work on undoing heterosexism. In 2009, she was honored as a Woman of the Year by the Idaho Business Review, and honored in 2010 by the Boise State University Women's Center as one of Idaho's Women Making History.
Organizing training includes Western Organization of Resource Council’s organizer and staff director trainings; Western States Center’s (WSC) Advanced Leadership Mentorship Program; 15 annual WSC Community Strategic Training Institutes; WSC, Idaho Women’s Network and United Vision for Idaho trainings on undoing racism, sexism and oppression; and the week long United for a Fair Economy’s “Train the Trainers.”
Sharon Matthies, Idaho Earth Institute Program Chair
Judy Cross, Treasure Valley Metropolitan Community Church, Ada County Human Rights Task Force
MerePEACE, Boise Valley Friends Meeting
The Pastor at the First Presbyterian Church of Emmett, Betty lives in Boise and has been active in TIA-Idaho since 1999. She has served as President, Vice President and Treasurer and was a founder of the Emmett Valley Anti-Drug Coalition.
Christopher Cooke, Human rights activist
John Wilkins, Islamic Center of Boise