Ethics Commission

The City of Boise Ethics Commission, the first of its kind in Idaho, issues advisory opinions, hears inquiries, and publishes findings and recommendations regarding alleged violations of the city's ethics policy by city employees and elected officials. The commission consists of five volunteer members: two appointed by the City Council, two appointed by the mayor, and an employee of the city who is nominated by the city's Employee Advisory Committee and appointed by the other four commission members. The commission works in consultation with the offices of the City Attorney, City Clerk's Office and Human Resources, and meets approximately once per month, more often if necessary.

2014 Ethics Commissioners

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Commission Chair David Proctor
David Proctor is the public affairs and media coordinator for The Idaho Foodbank, where he created and writes the organization's electronic newsletter, co-created the award-winning website and writes the print newsletter. He has worked as a news reporter and editor, freelance writer, political consultant and is the author of three books. He holds a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in journalism and mass communications, both from the University of Utah.

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Commissioner Peter J. Mundt
Peter is a native of the Treasure Valley and was raised on a small farm in Meridian. He is a graduate of Meridian High School and the University of Idaho with international exchange credit from Napier University in Edinburgh, Scotland. Pete works in the digital media, communications and marketing fields. He has completed the Boise Police Department Citizen Police Academy, the 4th District Bar Association Citizen Law Academy, and currently serves as Chairman of the Dean's Advisory Council for the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Idaho.



Commissioner Jodi Nafzger
Jodi is a faculty member and the Director of Experiential Learning and Career Services at Concordia University School of Law. She joined Concordia Law after serving as an Assistant City Attorney for nine years with the Boise City Attorney's Office. Jodi received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Juris Doctor from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Jodi was appointed to the Ethics Commission in 2013 by Council President Maryanne Jordan.



Commissioner Dee Oldham
Dee is the Administration Manager for Boise City Parks and Recreation.  She is also a member of Boise City’s Wage and Benefits Team and serves as Secretary for the Idaho Crime Prevention Association. Previously, Dee worked at Ada County for three years in the County Prosecutor’s Office and 13 years as the Commissioners’ Office Manager/Administrative Director.  She also served 10 years in the United States Air Force in the legal, information management and security police fields. Dee was appointed to the Ethics Commission in January 2013.  

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Commissioner Tony Roark
Tony Roark is Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Boise State University. He has taught courses and conducted research on the subject of ethics. He is a graduate of the University of Idaho and earned his doctorate in philosophy at the University of Washington. Mr. Roark was appointed to the Ethics Commission by Mayor David Bieter in February 2005.

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