Rollin Anderson

Rollin Anderson

Rollin Anderson is the executive director of the IPOP Foundation, which focuses on the promotion, education, and perpetuation of entrepreneurship as a pathway to self-reliance.

Previously, Rollin worked as a youth counselor for the Anasazi Foundation which aids families of youth with mild-to-moderate behavioral problems. 

Prior to that, Rollin founded and ran a custom handcrafted wood furniture company in Idaho.

Rollin was born and raised on a dairy farm in Kuna, Idaho where they produced all the feedstocks for their dairy as well as farming potatoes, pinto beans, and sugar beets.

Rollin attended Boise State University.  During his college years he spent most of his summer breaks living in Garden Valley, Idaho, white water kayaking during the days and performing in popular musicals at night at Starlight Mountain Theater.  He also served a two-year mission in Ireland for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 

Rollin holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in marketing from Boise State University.

He and his wife Amy have two children and four grandchildren and reside in Sandy, Utah.