Heidi Hall is a wife, mother, and public servant. After studying political systems, economics, and public policy on the domestic and global scale in the 1980’s, Heidi joined the EPA. For nearly 30 years she worked to protect our watersheds, our air quality, our public lands and the people who enjoy them through her Federal and State service. In 2014, she ran for Congress in the rural Congressional District 1, spending two years talking to and learning from the rural residents of the beautiful northernmost part of California.
Prior to that, she served as Board president of the South Yuba River Citizens League and as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for Children (CASA)
She subsequently ran and won the Supervisor seat in District 1, translating her experience on the campaign trail into a solid platform to emphasize fire safety, broadband access, cannabis regulation, and economic development geared to the forgotten parts of the state. Heidi is proud of meeting her important campaign goals by bringing these issues to the highest level at the County and ensuring that staff and resources have been dedicated to them. She intends to continue to pursue these goals to ensure that the most critical needs of her County and District continue to be addressed.
Heidi attended Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA)
and received her MA in Public Policy from the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University
She has two grown boys, a grandson, and a 15 year old blue heeler. She lives with her husband Enrique and looks forward to representing you in 2020.
Heidi and husband, Enrique.