Teton Valley Foundation names Fradley interim executive director

TETON VALLEY, Ida. — The Teton Valley Foundation Board of Directors announced this week that program manager Amy Fradley will take the helm as interim executive director of the foundation.

“Amy has brought a wealth of knowledge, passion, and expertise to the foundation,” says Jenny Wade, TVF board president. “We are thrilled to have her take the reins during this time.”

As program manager, Fradley has spearheaded the organization, planning and booking of talent for the celebrated summer concert series Music on Main. She has also played a key role behind the scenes role to rink programming and management. Fradley’s years of experience, coupled with a deeply rooted passion for music, recreation, and the Teton Valley community, provide her the tools to take on this next chapter, the board said.

“I have been proud to serve as Music on Main program manager for the past six years, and I am both honored and excited to step up now to see TVF through this unprecedented time in our history, both for our organization and our community,” Fradley said.

In the coming weeks, Fradley and the TVF board will be continuing discussions and plans for the upcoming summer, keeping in mind the current unparalleled situation amidst COVID-19 and the Governor’s statewide ordinances.

“I look forward to the day when we meet again as a community at Music on Main, to start the healing together,” Fradley added.

 

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