Sarah is a talented pianist and match teacher. She was born and raised in Weiser, Idaho. Sarah attended college at Washington State University, and is currently pursuing her Master's (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership/Administration at Boise State University. Being an educator means so much to Sarah, "I am so excited to make the state my classroom during my year as Miss Idaho. I have a passion for education and a servant's heart.
Megumi (Meg) started ballet in Thailand before relocating to the Philippines where she danced for Ballet Manila. In 2013, Meg moved to Japan to train at the Acri Horimoto Ballet Academy. Two years later, she moved to the US to study at the San Francisco Ballet School. After her traninig in San Francisco, Meg joined Cincinnati Ballet's second company, where she danced in various ballets. After her year at Cincinnati Ballet, Meg joined BalletMet2, and in 2019 she joined Ballet Idaho as a corps de ballet member.
KJ Mac began his radio career in Idaho in 1977, and is still doing what he loves on the air playing music! He is the longest on-air radio personality in the Boise market, and was given a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2021 at the annual Idaho State Broadcasters Association ceremony. KJ has worked at a variety of different genre radio stations over the years. He currently enjoys the honor of programming the station and playing Pop Soul & Rock N' Roll in the mornings at 101.5 KOOL-FM. When he is not on the air, you can find him being the arena voice for the Boise State Broncos Men and Women's basketball teams. KJ has had the honor of being "the voice of the Broncos" going on his 44th year.
Sara has appeared in opera and musical theater roles throughout the United States. She worked as Editor in Chief of Classical Singer magazine from 2005 to 2018, and co-authored the book, Singing with Mind, Body, and Soul, currently used as a textbook for vocal pedagogy classes at colleges and universities. As a teacher, she has operated her own private studio for over 10 years, taught group voice lessons and sight singing courses at Brigham Young University, and worked as an assistant vocal coach to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.