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Eve Knudtsen has been appointed by Governor Brad Little to serve on the Idaho Economic Advisory Council. The state’s premier economic development agency, Idaho Commerce, made the announcement on Tuesday.

Knudtsen will serve as the at-large council member.

Brian Wunderlich, General Counsel for the Blue Cross of Idaho and John Radford, Idaho Falls City Councilman, have also been appointed to the council. Wunderlich will represent Region 3 and Radford will represent Region 6.

“Our Idaho commerce team is excited to welcome Eve, Brian and John to the Idaho Economic Advisory Council,” said Tom Kelly, director of the Idaho Department of Commerce, in a news release. “Each of these new members has a diverse range of business experience and economic expertise that will be valuable to EAC, and we look forward to their contribution to the future of Idaho.”

Knudtsen is president of Knudtsen Chevrolet in Post Falls and a longtime active member in the North Idaho community, working with Jobs Plus, Kootenai Health, North Idaho College and others. Knudtsen graduated from Northwood University in Michigan with a bachelor’s degree and later attended Gonzaga University, where he earned a master’s degree in organizational leadership.

The Idaho Economic Advisory Council advises the government on goals and objectives to advance economic development in the state. The council makes recommendations on applications for tax reimbursement incentives, community development block grants and rural community investment fund funds. They advise their regions on economic development opportunities and represent their region’s interests to the state government.

The council consists of eight members, who are appointed by the governor, with one member appointed from each of the seven economic development zones of the state and one member appointed at large. The members serve a three-year term and can be reappointed.

Knudtsen was elected by the Economic Advisory Council

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