Biography: Charlette Kremer is an Idaho native who holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Lewis-Clark State College and a Master’s Degree in Adult and Organizational Learning and Leadership from the University of Idaho. She has extensive experience in corporate communications, managing community relations programs, volunteer management, fundraising and grant writing.
In 2005 she joined AmeriCorps* VISTA and served in the Lewis-Clark Service Corps office for two years working to establish the Community Warriors Volunteer Center and service-learning program. In June 2007 she was appointed interim director of the program and was hired for the position in 2009.
In 2014, Charlette was appointed by Governor Otter to Serve Idaho: The Governor's Commission on Service and Volunteerism. The Commission promotes community service and oversees state AmeriCorps programs.
Charlette’s husband, Richard is a licensed social worker who serves as the Adult Protection Services supervisor for District 2. He also served as an AmeriCorps member for two years with Students in Service AmeriCorps.