Wendy Horman was elected to the Idaho House of Representatives in 2012. She represents District 30 in Bonneville County. She currently serves on the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee, House Capitol Services, Commerce and Human Resources Committee and Energy, Environment and Technology Committees, as well as co-chairs the Public School Funding Formula Legislative Interim Committee.
She serves on the Leadership in Nuclear Energy (LINE) Commission and the board of directors of Education Northwest (Portland, Ore.), holds roles as commissioner and steering committee member for Education Commission of the States and chairs the Idaho School Safety and Security Advisory Board. Wendy served as Education and Workforce Development Chair of CSG-West and vice-chair of the Education Committee for the National Conference of State Legislatures, and was a member of the Bonneville School District Board of Trustees from 2002 to 2013, which included seven years as treasurer. She was president of the Idaho School Boards Association in 2007. In 2017, Wendy was named one of Idaho Business Review’s Women of the Year.
Wendy has an Associate of Science from Dixie State College and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Brigham Young University-Idaho. An avid supporter of the arts, Wendy has been a member the Idaho Falls Symphony Advisory Board and is a member the American Guild of Organists Eastern Idaho Chapter. She also serves as a musician in her church and has worked as a program auditor for a charter school network, school board trainer and organ instructor. Wendy and her husband, Briggs, have been married 33 years and have five children and two grandchildren. They own a small business in Ammon, Idaho.