Board of Directors

Suzanne Ennis

A native of Southern California, Suzanne has resided in Southeast Boise with her husband and three boys since 2004. She graduated from California State University, Northridge with a BS degree in Marketing and worked for several California Advertising Agencies before settling down. Currently, Suzanne works alongside her husband, Chris, for his company NuVision Productions, assisting with photography and video production. She has extensive volunteer experience, especially within the Boy Scouts of America, where she first met the Wilder Family. A leader and “outside the box” thinker, Suzanne brings passion and creativity to any event or project she organizes, especially with regard to youth and community. Her event planning capabilities and organization skills are an asset to the LiveWilder Foundation.

John Osborn MD 

John grew up in Boise in the north end, and graduated from Boise High in 1974. He attended College of Idaho, then the University of Washington medical school (WWAMI) graduating in 1983. Since 1986 after completing a residency in internal medicine, John has been on staff at the Spokane VA Medical Center. John serves as physician advisor for Camp Chaparral, a program co-hosted by the Yakama Nation and Dept of Veteran Affairs, that focuses on treating Indian combat veterans with PTSD and training VA staff. As Chief of Medicine, he involved Paul Quinnett, an international expert on suicide prevention and director of the QPR Institute, in better training VA

staff in suicide prevention. After the loss of his nephew, Cameron Wilder, to suicide, John has worked with Forefront at the University of Washington to reform public policy in Washington State, and with Congress to improve suicide prevention for Veterans. John’s focus is on policy reforms to achieve zero suicide for high-risk populations: Veterans, teens, and indigenous people. In addition to serving on the LiveWilder Board, John also serves on the board for the QPR Institute.

Leah Provencio, Treasurer

Leah was born and raised in Nampa, Idaho.  After graduating from Nampa High School, she attended the College of Idaho and earned a degree in Accounting and Business Administration.  Leah has worked in various finance and accounting positions over the years. She served as Finance Manager at the Children’s Home Society of Idaho from 2009-2013 before she stopped working full-time to raise her two children.  Leah lives in Boise’s North End and loves being a part of such a great community. Currently, Leah provides part-time bookkeeping services, volunteers at her children’s schools, serves as a Girl Scout Leader and is honored to be a part of the LiveWilder Foundation.

W. Stewart Wilder, President

Stewart's career spans over 28 years of operations, executive management, entrepreneurial as well as real estate experience. Currently an owner of an Interim HealthCare franchise, he has also served as Executive Director for Children’s Home Society of Idaho, Idaho’s largest non-profit Medicaid certified children’s behavioral health clinic and training institute. Prior to serving in this capacity, Stewart served on the Board of Directors for the organization. In addition, Stewart has 5 years of commercial real estate development experience in Idaho and 18 years of experience in engineering and operations management in the mining industry in the United States and Canada, specifically in gold/silver and iron ore. Stewart is married to his wife Debbie and have a surviving son, Nathaniel who attends Boise State University. Their 17 year-old son Cameron was lost by suicide to the disease of depression on September 8, 2013. Mr. Wilder holds a BS in Geology from Indiana University at Bloomington, Indiana and was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio.