During my working career I have given financial and hands-on support to many charitable organizations, as well as being an American Youth Soccer Organization soccer coach, PTA member, High School Music Boosters President, and project leader for yearly community rebuilding projects through my employer (Boeing).
Since my retirement (3 yrs ago), I have been volunteering for Habitat for Humanity, repairing senior citizens’ homes to address safety issues and donated food, money, and construction time to the Idyllwild Help Center. I have an engineering degree with business management, program management and building construction experience, and have run small businesses. I have always been a strategic thinker looking for practical solutions to create the conditions for successful outcomes.
I have owned a home in Pine Cove since 2007 and, although not a full time resident, I look forward to supporting the Idyllwild community and working with like minded people to make a difference.
Bruce is a partner in the LA office of the international law firm, Holland & Knight. He has 45 years of experience in estate, trust, and protective proceedings litigation and professional responsibility cases. Bruce is a frequent lecturer and writer on legal topics and authors the premier guidebook for lawyers in California handling probate administration and litigation matters.
Bruce has a long, varied association with Idyllwild, beginning back in the 60’s, recreating, living in, and serving the Idyllwild community – and including rock climbing, serving on the Pine Cove Water District Board, volunteer firefighter, and current owner of the Red Kettle restaurant. A member of several charitable boards and a frequent volunteer for charitable causes, Bruce is proud to be on IHC’s Board and a member of the Idyllwild Community Fund’s Advisory Committee. He hopes to utilize his expertise in the fields of charitable corporations and charitable giving to benefit the IHC and Idyllwild community.
A non-profit management professional with 12 years’ experience, Ian advances non-profit organizations and the causes and people they serve through philanthropy, board and donor development, sound fiscal management, strategic planning, human resources, and a dedication to always serving a higher purpose.
Currently, he serves as Director of Development for the Idyllwild Arts Foundation, managing a team of 5. Ian currently holds the CFRE (Certified Fund Raising Executive) designation, held by less than 5% of fundraisers worldwide, and is currently working towards the CSPG (Certified Specialist in Planned Giving) designation. Ian volunteers his time on boards: currently, he serves as Vice President of Mountain Disaster Preparedness (MDP), and on the board of the Idyllwild Help Center. He recently retired from the board of Idyllwild Community Fund.
When not in the office, you will find Ian spending time with his amazing wife and daughter, working on his 1-acre property in Pine Cove, mountain biking, gardening, hiking, camping, riding motorcycles, kayaking and spending time with friends and family.
Justin is currently the Vice President of Student Operations at Idyllwild Arts Academy, where he oversees several departments and works to ensure the smooth daily operation of the school.
Before coming to Idyllwild with his wife in 2007, Justin worked as a civil engineer in Montana and New Mexico on projects ranging from environmental remediation to infrastructure design. As a longtime Idyllwild resident looking to support his community, Justin is excited to be a part of the IHC team.
A lifelong mountain biker and outdoor enthusiast, when not at work Justin loves spending time exploring the San Jacinto mountains and surrounding areas.