Raybould Family

For the last two years, I’ve had the honor and privilege to represent District 34. Thank you for trusting me to stand for you and your familes in the Idaho House. I’ve done my best to honor the conservative values of our community with my service on the Joint Finance-Appropriation Committee (JFAC), Resources & Conservation Committee, and Environment, Energy & Technology Committee.

As a fourth-generation Idahoan, I’m blessed to work with and live near my family. Our family farm takes up a good chunk of time through my work as our CFO. I spend my days balancing the books, creating budgets, and making sure we’re taking care of our employees. I know what it means to have people depending on you, and I make every effort to not let them down.

In addition to helping manage the farm, I also run the consulting business I started almost 13 years ago. I focus on strategy and marketing for small business owners, and I love supporting other dedicated entrepreneurs who dream big and work even harder.

I’m proud to be a sister, a daughter, and a granddaughter to some amazing people that have shown me the value of serving our community. I want to set the same example for my nieces.

Idaho is a great state, and I want to do my part to make sure it stays that way.

Professional

CFO, Raybould Brothers Farms
(2016 – current)

Director of Food Safety & Technology, Raybould Brothers Farms
(2005 – 2016)

Owner, Write Bold
(2007 – current)

Corporate Marketing
(2000 – 2007)

Board Member, Ag Data Transparency Evaluator
(2016 – current)

Past Chair, Ag Affairs Committee, Idaho Potato Commission
(2014 – 2016)

Political

State Representative, Idaho House
(2018-present)

President, National Potato Council
(2020 – current)

Vice-President, Legislative & Government Affairs, National Potato Council
(2016 – 2020)

Madison County Youth Committeeperson
(2015 – current)

Idaho Republican Region 7 Secretary
(2016 – 2018)

Intern, Governor Dirk Kempthorne’s Office
(2001)

Education

Master of Professional Communication, Westminster College
(2003)

Bachelor of Arts, Boise State University
(2001)

Sugar-Salem High School
(1997)