Kathleen F. Evers (born 1950) is the First Lady of Wisconsin, serving alongside her husband, Governor of Wisconsin Tony Evers.
Early life and family
Evers grew up in Plymouth, Wisconsin. Evers met her future husband in kindergarten; their first date was the junior prom. Evers graduated from Plymouth High School and later graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac.
Evers has three children and seven grandchildren. Evers is a retired software and technical support educator, including work in the McFarland School District, technical colleges, and in the private sector.
First Lady of Wisconsin
Upon her husband's inauguration on January 7, 2019, Evers began serving in the role of First Lady of Wisconsin. During the 2018 election, Evers led a "Women for Tony" task force across the state to mobilize women voters. This included an event with U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren. Evers also appeared at rallies alongside Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin.
Evers joined her husband for the National Governors Association 2018 Summit and hosts tours at the Wisconsin Governor's Mansion.