Jean Mutchie was sworn into office February 18, 2020 for council seat 3, replacing former councilman Rick Hogaboam who stepped down to become Nampa’s Chief of Staff.
Jean is the west Treasure Valley community health manager for St. Luke’s Health System. She has been working in the healthcare industry for more than 20 years, with 18 of those spent in various capacities within St. Luke’s. Jean’s work focuses on community health initiatives that impact where we live, learn, work, play, pray and age.
Jean co-chairs the City of Nampa's Healthy Impact Nampa Coalition and is a co-founder of the Idaho Resilience Project and 2C Kids Succeed. Both initiatives are community-driven collaboratives with cross-sector stakeholders committed to building healthy communities.
Jean is one of nine children, the daughter of a pastor, the wife of a firefighter and the mother of an amazing daughter. She is committed to making a difference in Nampa and serves on the boards of the Nampa Boys and Girls Club, the Nampa Chamber of Commerce, Breaking Chains Academy of Development and Pathways in Education.
Jean completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Idaho and earned her MBA from Western Governors University.