Release Date: 05/06/2020
Boise attorney Scot Ludwig has joined the Idaho Housing and Finance Association board of commissioners.
Ludwig has extensive experience in local government, law, real estate and business. His past service as a member of the Boise City Council and the Capital City Development Corporation underscore his commitment to providing affordable housing and economic development opportunities in Idaho’s growing communities.
“Idaho Housing has great leadership,” Ludwig said. “The organization has the knowledge and the resources to create a lot of opportunities to meet the different needs of the state’s diverse population.”
Ludwig, who will serve a four-year term, was appointed by Idaho Gov. Brad Little. He joins Chairman Steven Keen, Vice Chairman Ralph Cottle, Darlene Bramon, Mark Dunham, Jeffrey Nesset and Nancy Vannorsdel on the seven-member board.
“It’s a privilege to have Mr. Ludwig on our board,” said Gerald M. Hunter, president of Idaho Housing and Finance Association. “His expertise and his history of public service in Idaho make him a valuable addition to our organization.”
Ludwig founded the Ludwig-Shoufler-Miller-Johnson Law Firm in Boise in 1994. He has an extensive background in litigation, representing thousands of people in family law matters, business and real estate issues. Ludwig also is a managing partner of Broad Street Properties, LLC, a Downtown Boise development company. He serves on the board of Faces of Hope, a nonprofit organization committed to helping people affected by domestic violence.
Ludwig graduated from Boise State University in 1982, before earning his law degree at the University of Idaho.
Idaho Housing and Finance Association is a unique, Idaho-based financial institution and provider of housing and economic development services. As an independent entity, it sustains its business operations through earned fees and revenues similar to any private financial institution.Facebook: www.facebook.com/idahohousing