Colby Cameron is a principal at SULLIVAN & REBERGER, where he represents client affairs to the Idaho Legislature and other government entities in the retail, environmental, education, transportation, energy and health care sectors. Mr. Cameron is entering his 5th legislative session lobbying with the firm. In addition, he has well-developed campaign skills after working for a U.S. Presidential campaign in a key western state and managing a winning campaign for a hard fought State Senate seat. He has served as a program manager for Kaplan Virtual Education, where he managed operations of two public charter schools and oversaw finances, budgeting and relations with school boards and other entities. At the Boise State University Environmental Finance Center, he researched federal and state policies and analyzed environmental finance issues. Mr. Cameron also worked as a policy assistant for Gov. Dirk Kempthorne, where he managed events, drafted speeches, maintained interagency communication and managed policy issues with an emphasis on energy, public utilities, water and transportation. He did similar work as a constituent services specialist for Gov. Jim Risch, aiding constituents and other agencies in their interactions with the governorís office. Mr. Cameron also prepared and presented recommendations on development for the Garden City Planning and Zoning Commission as a City Planner. Mr. Cameron has an impressive performance record, excellent working relationships with key decision-makers and strong qualifications that make him a valued asset to the S&R team.
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Boise, Idaho 83702
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Darelyn is administrative assistant at SULLIVAN & REBERGER, where she is responsible for client services. Mrs. McCarter has worked as Administrative Assistant to the President Pro Tem of the Idaho State Senate; Administrative Assistant to the Idaho Lieutenant Governor; Coordinator for the United Way Campaign for the Lt. Governorís office and the Governorís office; and Committee Secretary for the Transportation Committee and the State Affairs Committee for the Idaho State Senate. Mrs. McCarter attended Ricks College (now BYU Idaho). Mrs. McCarter has also served on the Advisory Board for LDS Social Services; Treasurer and Vice-President for the Ada County Republican Women's Club; PTO President; Vice-President and Fund Raising Chairman for Summerwind Elementary School; and Advisory Board member for Lowell Scott Jr. High. She also started a successful grass roots movement to raise the driving age from 14 to 15.