Julie Davis is the Executive Director of the Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce. She has supported several non-profit organizations. She has a passion for enhancement projects and is dedicated to providing community engagement opportunities.

Julie has served as the Director of Special Projects for regional Chambers, including Livermore Valley Chamber of Commerce and Ogden-Weber Chamber of Commerce. In these positions, she filled high capacity roles, such as Government Affairs Liaison, Director of Visitor Services and Film Commission Assistant. In 2011, Julie also co-found Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group, Inc. The mission included collaborating with C-level executives to create a unique environment, encouraging innovation and inclusiveness.

Julie is originally from an agricultural community in Northern California. In 2011, Julie married her husband, an active-duty Airman, and relocated to the Salt Lake City Area. Though she relocated she has always followed her passion for economic development and innovation. 

She now lives in Mountain Home and is eager to experience the Idaho amenities. Julie and her family enjoy the outdoors and travel often.

JENNIFER GILBERT – Director of Administrative Services & Special Projects

Jennifer Gilbert is the Administrative Assistant of the Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce.  Her family called Mountain Home, home from 2005-2011 and decided to relocate back to Mountain Home permanently after her husband retired from the military.  Throughout her journey, being married to the military, she has been President of the Enlisted Spouses Club, Secretary of the PTA, and President of the PTA. 

Jen has developed great customer service that has helped her grow in administrative and personal experiences, such as attending conferences with approximately 35,000 attendees, organized bazaars for the local schools, and successfully started the big bazaar for the Tanana Invitational Wrestling Tournament with 5,000 plus attendees.  She not only has years of administrative and event experience but is also a small, home-based business owner.


Nancy Thompson is the manager of the Desert Mountain Visitor Center. Nancy has managed the visitors center for the past 9 years.  She is also very active in the Giving Tree Project and an active member of the Travel and Tourism Committee. 

Nancy first lived in Mountain Home in 2002 when her husband was assigned to the 366 Gunfighters.  Upon his retirement, they returned to Tucson AZ where she was the Director of Nursing for a local Mental Health Facility.  In 2010 they relocated back to Mountain Home as they found long-lasting friends and had grown to love the Mountain Home area. 

Nancy is not one to sit still for long, so she is also the owner/operator of Trinity Mountain Floral Designs.  The past president of the Rotary Club of Elmore County, and is the acting chair of the Hospital Taxing District Board of Directors.