IAC Welcomes New Events Coordinator

25 Jun 2024, by Gracee Gorrell Share :


We are thrilled to announce the addition of IAC’s new full-time Events Coordinator, Savannah Renslow! Savannah brings a wealth of experience to the association, having served as the Communications Director for the Idaho Association of Highway Districts for the past six years and earning both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Political Science from Boise State University. An Idaho native, Savannah is passionate about her community and local government and will undoubtedly make a tremendous impact on Idaho’s counties in her new role with IAC.

Learn more about Savannah!

Where did you grow up?

My childhood took me to many states from Arizona to Minnesota, with Idaho always being homebase.

If you went to school, where did you go and what did you study?

I am a proud Bronco, having graduated from Boise State University with both my bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science.

What did you do for work before coming to IAC?

I was the Communications Director for the Idaho Association of Highway Districts, overseeing member relations, event planning, advocacy efforts, and program management.

What are you most excited about with this new role?

To continue serving Idaho’s local government agencies with a dynamic team while also fostering a deeper understanding of the diverse roles and responsibilities of counties.

What do you like to do in your free time?

My all time favorite thing to do is explore the wilderness with my dog, friends, and family. Otherwise, I’m whipping up something fun in the kitchen.

Any pets? If so, what kind?

Yes, I have a spunky boxer-beagle mix, Rosie!

What is your favorite thing about living in Idaho?

The combination of the diverse landscapes, genuine people, and experiencing all four seasons.

Do you have any hidden talents?

Being able to trip myself on flat ground.

What is your favorite movie?

Forrest Gump.

What is your favorite treat or meal?

Homemade popcorn!

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