Martin L. Peterson
Marty Peterson is the co-author of “Idaho 100: The people who most influenced the Gem State.”
He has spent 53 years in public service in Idaho. He is a graduate of Columbia Basin College, the University of Idaho, and Harvard University’s Senior Managers in Government Program.
His professional career has included serving on the staff of U.S. Senator Frank Church; executive director of the Association of Idaho Cities; budget director of the State of Idaho under Governors John V. Evans and Cecil Andrus; the transition team for Idaho Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter; directed the planning and administration of Idaho’s statehood centennial celebration in 1990; and serving as an assistant to seven presidents of the University of Idaho. He also served as director of the James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research at the University of Idaho. He is active in many community affairs organizations, and he is also a well-known Hemingway scholar.
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