OFFICERS & COMMITTEES

The leadership of the organization

About the Board

The IAS is goverend by a Board of Directors (BOD), elected for two-year terms by the membership.  Board members can serve 2 successive terms. Seats on the board are assigned to members nominated by the membership and confirmed by the BOD.  The Board is chaired by a President elected by the membership for a two-year term.  The BOD comprises the President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.

IAS BOD (2020-2022)
President
Craig Hauer
Vice President
Chris Shaver

cshaver@idahoarchaeology.org

Secretary
Sharon Plager
splager@idahoarchaeology.org
Treasurer
David Valentine
valentine.david@gmail.com

 

Member at Large
Lucille Harris
Member at Large
Alex Kroll

Committee Directors

Director of Education

Ashley Ditmore

 

In this role, Ashley acts in an advisory capacity to the Editor of the Artifacts newsletter. 

 

Additional responsibilities include overseeing the development and implementation of educational programs and projects as determined by the BOD or Executive Committee; assisting the Director of Programming in planning and implementing the IAS annual conference as well as with other statewide programming.

Director of Programming

Melissa Ghergich

 

As the Director of Programming, Melissa is responsible for organizing and promoting IAS events and lectures along with implementing the IAS annual conference.

 

Other responsibilities include assisting the BOD in soliciting sponsors for programs, including the annual meeting.

Editor of Idaho Archaeologist

Mark Plew

 

Idaho Archaeologist editor, Mark Plew chairs the standing committee (editorial board) which supervises the journal’s publication.  In this role, he solicits articles and other information for editing and publishing in a professional manner at a minimum of one publication per year.

 

Additionally, he supervises the distribution process whereby each member of IAS receives a copy of each issue of Idaho Archaeologist.

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