|First Lady of Idaho|
January 7, 2019
|Preceded by||Lori Otter|
|Second Lady of Idaho|
January 6, 2009 – January 7, 2019
|Preceded by||Vicki Risch|
|Succeeded by||Jim McGeachin|
(as Second Gentleman)
Weiser, Idaho, U.S.
(m. after 1978)
|Education||University of Idaho (BA)|
Early life and education
Little was born Teresa Soulen in Weiser, Idaho and raised on a ranch. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Home Economics Education with minors in Science and Physical Education from the University of Idaho.
After graduating from college, Little taught high school in Oregon. After marrying Brad Little in 1978, she became a homemaker. During her husband's career in politics, Little has served on many non-profit boards, including Idaho Public Television. She has also acted as an informal advisor to her husband.
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