Did you know: CBH has helped over 15,000 Treasure Valley residents fulfill their dreams of owning a home

CBH Homes
Ronda Conger, Vice President

What’s your favorite piece of public art and where in the world is it?

Nothing makes me smile more than seeing the “I LOVE YOU” message painted on the exterior wall of a building as I’m headed out of Downtown Boise on Front Street.

What’s your go-to book to give a friend?

“Better Human: It’s a Full-Time Job.” Written by yours truly!

If you could change one thing about the Treasure Valley, what would it be and why?

Those who want to keep people out of the Treasure Valley. Sharers have more friends, and I believe we need to share this treasure with all of those we come in contact with.

One of our area’s treasures is the outdoors. What’s your favorite thing to do here?

Table Rock and hiking it. There’s nothing like being able to take a short hike, see the entire valley and breathe that clean, crisp, fresh air.

What makes the Treasure Valley a treasure?

As mentioned above – its people!

What “hidden gems” have you discovered living here?

The Boise River Park. Who needs an ocean to surf? Hop on the Greenbelt and hit the Treasure Valley’s own wave maker and start your surfing career right here in the Treasure Valley.

What energizes your business team to work together to support the community?

Here at CBH Homes we’re more than a company. We’re a family. When one of our team is personally affected, it hits home for all of us. Our crew is the first to come running to support in any way they can. Whether it’s to raise awareness, funds or simply lend a helping hand, the support is unbeatable.

Name one local business leader you most admire, and tell us why.

Corey Barton. He started with just a toolbelt, a pickup truck and a dream. Now he’s provided shelter for over 16,000 Treasure Valley residents and unlimited jobs to the community — and he’s not stopping. One of the hardest workers I know, he’s a visionary and always believes we can do more, be better and grow.

Together Treasure Valley gave $18,000 to six area libraries. Why was that important to you and to the group? Have you had an “aha moment” in your life when it comes to literacy or education?

I learned from a very young age that I was in control of my life. I’m the captain, the pilot of my path. And the best way to be more, do more, become more was through reading. It’s to my insatiable desire to read as many books as possible that I attribute my own personal success in life.

Together Treasure Valley gave $50,000 to help fund Caldwell’s Indian Creek Musical Arts project. Why was this an important project to fund?

I spent half my childhood enjoying all that Caldwell has to offer. Music is an outlet for children to explore their creativity, and I can’t think of a more deserving city than Caldwell to benefit from Together Treasure Valley!

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