Biography and Background
A sixth generation Idahoan, Julianne grew up in Moreland, Idaho, where her parents, Richard and Kerma Hill, taught her “to work hard, carefully analyze information and ideas, serve others with compassion, and fearlessly stand up for truth.” Julianne graduated from Snake River High School, attended Ricks College, and graduated from Idaho State University with a degree in education. While at Ricks College, Julianne met and married Kevin Young, a Blackfoot High School graduate and son of Kenneth and Evelyn Young.
Kevin and Julianne have 10 children and make their home in the Groveland area where they own a small hobby farm that includes Jersey cows, a colorful flock of chickens, and a geothermal greenhouse. Their family loves to work hard, play hard, hike and camp, make beautiful music, and participate in dramatic productions.
Julianne brings principled, conservative, and committed leadership to her legislative responsibilities. She believes that the United States Constitution is inspired and that its principles of limited government, which protect and respect the unalienable rights of individuals, are still the best formula ever laid out for securing societal safety, happiness, and prosperity.