Deborah Hiller LaSalle, JD
Deborah LaSalle has over two decades of experience facilitating private companies and government agencies in public outreach, strategic planning for future growth, refining organizational culture and visions, creating partnerships and collaborations, and providing leadership trainings. For the last three years Ms. LaSalle has been facilitating private companies in strategic planning for future growth and providing 3-month leadership development courses that move companies closer to meeting their self-defined goals. She has worked with companies on engaging in client and partnership outreach to determine client needs and more fully meet them. She streamlines business processes and brings credibility and integrity to business communications.
Prior to engaging in the private sector, Ms. LaSalle worked at EnviroIssues and Leidos (formerly SAIC), leading nearly two dozen project teams on strategic planning efforts engaging in public outreach for government projects involving environmental assessments or impact statements (EAs and EISs) in 25 different states. She managed six-figure budgets and a team of six. For counties and cities in Idaho, she supported comprehensive planning processes, facilitating work groups focused on future community needs and desires.
Deborah has a JD with an emphasis in environmental law from the University of Utah, studying international law at the University of Innsbruck, Austria and a BS in Chemistry from the University of Idaho.
Past and current clients include: NASA, U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, EPA, the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, TPR Law, Pedego Boise, Gentry Auto Group, and BoDo Chiropractic, Local Highway Technical Assistance Council, Payette and Boise Counties and the Cities of Fruitland, Eagle, Crouch, Emmett, Cambridge, and Middleton.