David Snow- Chairman
David Snow is a native of the Treasure Valley that enjoys his children's academic and athletic activities. Mr. Snow is employed as a Senior Information Technology Analyst at Micron Technology, Inc. He has worked in the high tech industry in Idaho for over 20 years. During this time he has seen the rapid evolution of technology in the workplace. "Education cannot remain the same year after year. It must adapt to effectively prepare students for the future." Mr. Snow believes in providing a strong introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects to all students, beginning in elementary, and providing ongoing opportunities for secondary students interested in these fields of study. He enthusiastically supports students exploring their areas of interest while providing a safe and individualized learning environment that encourages each student to reach their full potential.
Andy Marshall, Vice Chairman
Andy Marshall earned his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Seattle University, his Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Oregon State University, and MBA from Northwest Nazarene University. Mr. Marshall is employed by US Ecology, Inc as the Director of Environmental Affairs and Facility Operations. Mr. Marshall, his wife and son live in Middleton. He supports educational choice for parents and students and believes every child should be offered a safe and supportive learning environment.
Nicki Anderson, Treasurer
Tracie Wood, Secretary
Tracie Wood attended Dixie College in Southern Utah, participated on the Speech and Debate Team, student executive council, newspaper staff, theatre, band and choirs. She also attended Utah State University, working towards a degree in Secondary Education with an emphasis in English Literature and a minor in Speech. She is married to Rorque Wood and has lived in Middleton for 12 years. They are the parents of six children. "I enjoy helping my children develop their talents and excel in academics." "Vision Charter is an exciting venture and I look forward to helping the children in this community experience more than just a 'basic' education." A strong supporter of the arts such as music, theater, dance, visual arts, etc., Tracie believes these to be a fundamental part of education.