Krista Rauch grew up in a tiny town in Eastern Oregon, making her a small-town girl at heart. She and her husband wanted to raise their two children where biking to a friend’s house was still possible, choosing McCall in 2016. 

Krista has a BA in Mass Communication and a minor in Visual Arts from Boise State University. She has experience as an office manager, executive assistant, and event coordinator. She also brings an entrepreneurial spirit, having operated her own photography and graphic design business for 15 years.

Krista and her family take full advantage of the opportunities our area has to offer. She enjoys backpacking, river paddling, paint and sips with friends, snowboarding, McCall shop browsing, and curling up with a good book. Their family of four has grown to include two horses, 1 gray kitten, 2 beta fish, and a boxer puppy. 



Lori Hodosh



Lori Hodosh moved to McCall Idaho with her family from the North Shore of Oahu. She brings experience in children’s education and her creativity to her new position with MAHC as the Children’s Programing Coordinator. Lori’s goal is to bring artists and students together to foster a love of the arts and learning, all the while showcasing local artists.  Lori has a degree in Liberal Arts and runs a successful mortgage processing company. She loves all that McCall has to offer and is often snowboarding, riding motocross, or wakeboarding on the lake.



Development and Adult Programming Coordinator

Meghan Minshall moved with her children to McCall in 2014, knowing it would be their forever home. Here she met her husband, and they have built a life in McCall around enjoying and contributing to the community as much as possible. Meghan has a Masters degree in Community Counseling, a B.S. in Psychology with a Minor and A.A. in Communications. She has a broad background that includes counseling, entrepreneurship, event planning, management, service and nonprofit work. She has a heart for McCall and the local people who keep this beautiful town running through service, hard work and ingenuity.






Renée Silvus has been an avid supporter of McCall arts and humanities for years and brings a blend of perspectives to the table as an educator, small business owner, facilitator, and coach. She offers classes, discussion groups, and retreats based on the humanities, wisdom traditions, and self transformation. She offers a range of presentations on Henry David Thoreau, the Hero’s Journey, the Western, Integral Theory, and Yoga. She created Community Hub McCall as a venue for classes, meetings, and work, followed by CUB Auxiliary as a yoga, rehearsal, and movement studio.




Ellen Ganz joined the MAHC Board in 2017. Ellen graduated from The Evergreen State College with a Bachelors Degree in Education and enjoys expanding her creativity and learning through connection and collaboration.

An Associate Real Estate Broker with over 20 years of experience, Ellen’s career focus is entrepreneurship and real estate. She loves living in the mountains and is committed to celebrating the community and culture of McCall.




Anissa Rooney moved to Valley County in 2003. With a B.A. in Finance and Economics, she is a Mortgage Professional at McCall Mortgage Company working with clients to realize their home ownership dreams and analyze home equity decisions. Passionate about our local community, Anissa has raised her three daughters here. She became involved with MAHC to help connect and lift people up through the Arts and share in our common humanity.

Terri Soelberg


Terri grew up in a small town in South Carolina and migrated across country, via Arizona, to Idaho in 2004. She has an undergrad degree in Business Administration and a Masters of Education. Her first job out of college was in an art gallery. Even after nearly 20 years in a very fulfilling career in higher education, that first job in the arts is the one that holds a special place. 

She, her husband, young son, and crazy mini-schnauzer moved to McCall in August of 2022 from the Treasure Valley. They just opened a new blacksmithing business in May 2023. They enjoy hiking, camping, kayaking, gardening, skiing, and meeting new people in this wonderful community. 

Sean Gould


Sean Gould is from McCall. He has a doctorate in philosophy from the Universiteit van Tilburg (NL). He currently works as an adjunct professor for the College of Western Idaho, teaching online courses in philosophy, logic, ethics, and philosophy of religion. He has also worked as a raft guide and ski/snowboard instructor. Sean enjoys music and performs with several local groups.

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