Vicky J. McIntyre, Ada County Treasurer
Vicky Oleksey McIntyre, born to entrepreneurial parents, brings solid business expertise to the Treasurer's Office. She has owned her own business, been a business consult, computer analyst, quality manager, executive director for a not-for-profit, and a college professor. Vicky worked for the Ada County Assessor's office for two years as a management analyst prior to being elected.
Vicky’s education includes an Associate’s Degree in Computer Programming, a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a MBA. She has studied finance, economics, accounting, business, and computers. Vicky recognizes education as an opportunity for life-long learning by regularly attending workshops and teaching symposiums.
Volunteer service is an active part of Vicky’s life. She has volunteered to conduct financial audits for her church and the Episcopal Diocese of Idaho. Vicky has been a member of the American Society for Quality since 1988 and is currently the Chairperson for the Western Idaho section. In 1994 and 1995, Vicky served as a member of the board examiners for the Minnesota Quality Award program. She regularly participates in the ‘Paint the Town’ project and contributes to many charities.
Over the years Vicky has received honors from organizations where she has worked and contributed time. In 1987, she received the ‘Woman of the Year’ award from the American Business Women’s Association of Boise. In 1993, she received the William Clemens Quality Award for her cost saving projects at Bankers Systems Inc. She was named the ‘Conference Speaker of the Year’ at the Dyleague conference in 1994 for her talk about “Removing Buggy Code Through Automated Testing”. Her name appears in several volumes of “Who’s Who”.
For the past 15 years Vicky has been an educator, sharing her management expertise and computer programming knowledge with aspiring college students. Along with teaching, Vicky facilitated many student internships and study abroad programs that assisted student learning. In 2005, Vicky facilitated an operations-based internship at Sunset Manufacturing where the result was a productivity improvement of over 35%.
Vicky’s greatest skill is the ability to listen and then use her analytical and collaborative skills to involve the right people in a solution. “Bringing the right people to the table is the first step in resolving conflict.”
Vicky loves interacting with the public. Any taxpayer can call her directly at 208-287-6801.