Wood River Foundation Board of Directors

Morley Golden
President

Bob Werth
Vice-President

Elizabeth Herrick
Treasurer

Lindsey Woodcock
Secretary

Louise Stumph
Board Member

Morley is President of Golden Edge Enterprises, a local construction management firm. He has recently sat on the Board of Directors of the St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation and the The Community Library.
Bob has a counseling and mediation business in Ketchum. He has taught conflict resolution at BSU, ISU and Albertson College. Bob is a member of the Idaho and California Bar Association. He graduated from Stanford University and got his JD at the University of San Francisco.
Elizabeth is an educator who has worked both as a teacher and an administrator in independent schools. She recently returned to the Wood River Valley with her husband and two small children after nearly a decade in San Francisco. Elizabeth grew up in Seattle and first moved to the Wood River Valley after graduating from Williams College.
Lindsey is a luxury travel consultant with JETSET World Travel based in Chicago. She is a native of the Wood River Valley and is fortunate enough to work remotely so she can enjoy the community and outdoor activities Sun Valley has to offer. She attended the Community School and later Rollins College in Winter Park, FL. Where she played varsity basketball and majored in International Relations.
Louise grew up in the Seattle area. She moved to the Wood River Valley after graduating from Middlebury College. She worked for The Nature Conservancy in Idaho prior to focusing on being a full time mom to her and Trent's three boys. Louise is an avid outdoor woman.
Eleanor teaches English at Wood River High School. She moved to the Wood River Valley after graduating from Kenyon College in Ohio. Shortly after her arrival, she began volunteering as a Great Books Facilitator at Hailey Elementary, eventually leading her to her current career. Eleanor grew up in Minnesota and moved to Sun Valley to play in the mountains.Whenever possible, she is hiking, backpacking or skiing with her husband, Eric, and their two daughters.

Eleanor Jewett-Rogers
Board Memebr