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Today we speak to an incredible mentor for any young Idahoan hoping to one day enter the film industry, Paul Jenkins. Paul has dedicated his life to enriching the lives of others. For over 20 years, he has served as the engine to power the Idaho Teen Film Festival. Let Paul’s story inspire you- one person can make a difference.

As a lifelong resident of Idaho, I have lived in the greater Idaho Falls area and graduated from Bonneville High School. Since 1982 my wife, Loa, and I have owned and operated Intermountain Film & Video Production. We have produced for local, regional, national, and international clients that include Discovery and Learning Channels, EPCOT Center; and many government agencies including the Department of Energy, NASA, U.S. Navy, and Homeland Security. In addition, we produce television commercials and web videos. Presently I am chairman of the School Board of Bonneville Joint School District #93, having served on the board for the past 7 years. Previously, I was on the Board from 1992 – 1998. Additional board experiences include 12 years on the Board of Governors for the United States Stamp Society, President of East Idaho Crime Stoppers, A Founding member East Idaho Falls Rotary Club.

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Mark S. Young is a native of Idaho, a graduate of Idaho State University, a community organizer, and a financial professional. For over 30 years, Mark has supported economic development on both local and state levels. Recently he completed his term as a member of the Idaho Department of Commerce Economic Advisory Council. He is currently a board member/past president of The City Club of Idaho Falls and a past president of the Idaho Falls Rotary and Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce. Mark played a vital role in the development of the Idaho State University and University of Idaho Higher Education Center (University Place) in Idaho Falls. Additionally, Mark served for six years as a lay member of the Idaho State Bar Association’s Professional Conduct Board. He has two sons, both veterans who served in Iraq: Steven is a general contractor in Montana, and Adam is involved in security at the Idaho National Laboratory.