Cindy Siddoway was elected as the National Committeewoman from Idaho in June of 2012. She is an honors graduate of Idaho State University with a B.A. in University Studies and a focus on Entrepreneurship and Political Environment.
Currently, Ms. Siddoway is the owner and business manager of Siddoway Sheep Company, Inc., a 128-year-old family sheep ranch. She is also the owner and business manager of Juniper Mountain, LLC, an elk and bison hunting preserve, and of Siddoway Wool Company, LLC, that designs and sells wool blankets. Ms. Siddoway is a member of the American Sheep Industry Legislative Action Council and the Sheep Heritage Foundation.
Previously, Ms. Siddoway owned the C.J. Oil Company and SEBS Feed and Supply. She was also the chairman of the Idaho State Committee, Farm Service Agency. Ms. Siddoway was a member of many professional associations including the Idaho State Technical Committee, the American Sheep Industry Association (past President), Women Involved in Farm Economics, and American Agri-Women, among many others. She is married to State Senator Jeff Siddoway and has three children and four grandchildren.