BOLD (Broncos Of the Last Decade) Broncos and a guest are invited to join Boise State alumni and friends as they share their bold stories of personal and professional success. Presented by the Boise State President’s Club and Alumni Association, BOLD Conversations will feature a reception, panel discussion and networking. Panelists for this event include Boise leaders focused on causes important to the community. Light hors d’oeuvres will be served. Complimentary parking is available at the Alumni and Friends Center.
Exclusive Event for BOLD Broncos
Date: Wednesday, Jan. 24
Time: 6–8 p.m.
BOLD Graduates: $10
BOLD Alumni Association/President’s Club members:$5
Boise State Students: $5
Location: Alumni and Friends Center
Director and Founder, Global Service Partnerships, Inc.
Kelli Soll is the founder of Global Service Partnerships (GSP), a travel service company offering life-changing service and travel programs in Belize, Central America. After discovering her passion for Belize and international service, Kelli has led numerous programs annually in Central America for high school students, college students, families, and professionals. GSP service programs address English language development needs among Belize youth while partnering with local educators, administrators, and schools. The programs take participants on a unique service experience in the classroom while exploring opportunities to appreciate the diversity and natural beauty of the country.
Kelli earned her bachelor of science degree in geology from Iowa State University and a master of public policy and administration degree from Boise State University. She was a member of the inaugural cohort of the Boise State Venture College in 2013, an opportunity that provided her the mentorship and guidance to promote the success of Global Service Partnerships.
Executive Director, CATCH, Inc. (Charitable Assistance to Community’s Homeless)
Wyatt Schroeder serves as the Executive Director for CATCH, Inc., he is responsible for the strategic management, fund development, storytelling, and program success of the organization. A native of Pennsylvania, Wyatt holds an M.B.A. from Villanova University (Philadelphia, PA) and a B.A. from Allegheny College (Meadville, PA). While serving in AmeriCorps with Rebuilding Together, Wyatt found the passion of his life: ending homelessness. Since then he has worked with Doorways for Women and Families, a re-housing and domestic violence shelter organization in Arlington, VA and Project HOME, a housing and services agency in Philadelphia, PA.
In 2012, he founded StoryBank Consulting to help social entrepreneurs, nonprofits, and collective impact initiatives design innovative strategies to meet their mission and tell their story. Through his consulting, he has aided organizations such as Pathways to Housing PA, Your Way Home Montgomery County, and CATCH, Inc, before coming on-board as its Executive Director. Wyatt is committed to building sustainable organizations around innovative housing models, such as Housing First, while never forgetting to share the powerful stories of those we are serving.
Development Assistant, Idaho Conservation League
Haley Robinson is the development assistant at Idaho Conservation League, where her work focuses on communicating with ICL members, coordinating volunteers, and tracking the gifts that come into the organization. Haley’s background is in communications and marketing. She got her undergraduate degree from Boise State University in journalism and public relations. After graduation she bounced around to a few jobs before landing a full time position at Boise State in the Office of Communications and Marketing as a marketing coordinator. During her nearly three years in this role, she also went back to school to earn her master’s degree in Public Administration, focusing on environmental policy. Last summer, she did an internship at Idaho Conservation League which eventually led to a job offer with the organization. Haley received her master’s in December and is looking forward to growing in her position at ICL to further serve the conservation community in Idaho.