Doug Dvorak is the Chairman, CEO & Founder of The Tamarack Environmental Protection Association (TEPA). TEPA is a non-profit, professional and educational organization for individuals who work to control environmental hazards and promote healthy, balanced and sustainable environmental conditions. We advocate for wildlife and wilderness. We are an advocate for sensible land use planning and rural landscape protection. We are a staunch defender of the natural and scenic resources that make our region so special.
Doug is also Founder & Managing Principal of DMG International., a worldwide organization that assists clients with productivity training and motivational excellence management workshops. Mr. Dvorak has earned an international reputation for his powerful educational methods and motivational techniques, as well as his experience in all levels of business, corporate education and success training. His background in sales, leadership, management and customer loyalty has allowed him to become one of world’s most sought-after consultants, lecturers and teachers.
Doug is a certified management consultant and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration in Marketing Management. But Doug’s sense of humor is no less refined, as he is a graduate of the Player’s Workshop of the Second City, one of the oldest and most prestigious improvisational comedy schools in the world.
Doug’s vision and leadership have been recognized; he has been honored with induction into several prestigious national and international Who’s Who organizations, including Who’s Who in Professional Speaking.
Mr. Dvorak is a member of the National Speakers Association, Toastmasters International and also sits on several non-profit Board of Directors, including The Kindsight Foundation and The Tamarack Municipal Association.
“My ancestors…….. gave me and my family a pretty
nice place to live here in Idaho. I”d like to to pass
that way of life on to our kids. It”s changed since
my great-grandfather’s time and it will change
again. But if we keep working hard and keep our
focus, it’ll stay a pretty nice place to live.”
State Representative Terry Gestrin is a 4th generation Valley County resident with a great love of Idaho and its resources. Terry was educated in Donnelly –McCall schools. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Finance at Idaho State University. He was an early member of the Donnelly Fire Department serving for 20 years as a Fireman-EMT and many years as the Fire Chief. Terry was elected to the Valley County Board of Commissioners in 1994 and served as the chairman for 8 of his 10 years. He currently is a Director on the board of the State Insurance Fund.
Terry is a Director of Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands, the oldest land trust and the only state wide land trust in Idaho. He understands taking care of Idaho’s special places while utilizing Idaho’s natural assets to the benefit of her citizens. He is a dedicated leader for Idaho. Terry and his wife Sheri have owned and operate a family business (Long Valley Farm Service) in Donnelly since 1984.
Levi Johnson is the Community Manager of the Tamarack Municipal Association, the master association of Tamarack Resort. He is responsible for all aspects of the corporation including operations, accounting, HR, legal and strategic planning. Mr. Johnson has 20 years of experience managing various business units including sailing schools, marinas, four-star hotel operations, elite club facilities, and ski resort operations.
Mr. Johnson is a founder and the President of the MYL High Flying Club in McCall, Idaho. A flying club he and a partner established in 2016. The club has grown to 24 members who have an equal share in 3 airplanes. Mr. Johnson lives in Donnelly, Idaho, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Recreation from Western State Colorado University, with an emphasis on ski and resort management.
Larry retired as a Sergeant after 28 years with the Kern County Sheriff’s Department. During his eight years of retirement, he has volunteered more than 8000 hours in Yosemite National Park, protecting resources in one of the most beautiful places on earth. He has been married for 38 years to his beautiful wife, Mary.
Larry has three wonderful children and has been blessed with four grandchildren. Larry and his family were full-time RVer’s for seven years and love to visit the National Parks. Larry has been fortunate to travel throughout the United States and nearly 40 countries around the world. He sold his motorhome in 2017 and bought a home in this amazing place called Tamarack.