Jen is a conservative family nurse practitioner, educator, and mother of six, dedicated to helping others live healthy, happy, self-sufficient lives. Believing that government should not attempt to do for others, that which they can do for themselves, she will represent you with civil discourse and principled reasoning.
Married for 30 years to her sweetheart, Jeff Seegmiller, they love living in northern Idaho. Whether kayaking scenic waterways, planting the garden, skiing Idaho’s powdered slopes, or reading by the fire, Jen finds that there is always something interesting to learn and do. Her children and grandchild are her greatest joys, but she also likes biking, travel, strawberries, and chocolate.
Living on a small farm outside of Moscow, she’s raised a variety of crops including wheat, garbanzo beans, hay, lavender, fruit, and vegetables, but all with the goal of teaching her children how to work. She’s been involved with 4H through years of projects, hosting international students, and supporting the next generation of 4H kids. Her interest in native plants means that she spends spring, summer, and fall planting or collecting seeds to restore native species.
Jen works at Gritman Medical Center and is passionate about quality patient care, patient education, and public education. She holds a Master’s degree in Nursing from Idaho State University with family nurse practitioner emphasis, and Bachelor’s degrees in both nursing and secondary education. She is currently working on her doctorate at the University of Idaho.
“I do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be) that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of the State of Idaho, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of (insert office) according to the best of my ability.”