Megan Conrad Landen has actively engaged in grassroots politics since 2012. Even as a busy mother of babies and toddlers, Megan felt a pressing civic duty to participate in defending and promoting the principles of liberty. She has held the office of Precinct Committeewoman (PC), Legislative District Chair for 18, and is currently serving as the PC for 1814 and 1st Vice Chair for Ada County. As 1st Vice Chair, she led the efforts on writing and adopting the first ever Strategic Plan for the County. She also provided leadership for the county’s historic grassroots efforts for the 2021 municipal races in Ada County, ultimately assisting to flip multiple critical seats.
Megan graduated with a degree in Psychology from Brigham Young University in 2004. She is currently a student at The Mission Driven Mom Academy and a graduate student at Northwest Nazarene University. She has used her educational opportunities to critically analyze public policy and seek solutions to political and social issues within a framework of Natural Law and constitutional principles.
As a long-time resident in Southeast Boise, Megan has consistently invested in the children and families of her community. Megan has taught preschool, high school literature, and substituted in K-12 classrooms for the Boise School District. She has led community youth programs, lobbied and testified for legislation on education, and worked professionally to provide aftercare for survivors of human trafficking. She and her husband of almost 20 years have five children, a flock of chickens, and a fluffle of rabbits. She loves to grow fruit trees and converted her front yard into an orchard as part of “forest school” with her children during COVID.