Lori Otter (née Easley) (born 1967 in Pensacola, Florida) is an American educator, author, and former beauty queen who has served as First Lady of Idaho since 2007. She was crowned Miss Idaho USA in 1991. Otter is married to the present Governor of Idaho, C. L. "Butch" Otter.
Otter moved to Idaho as a child and graduated from Kimberly High School. She received a teaching degree from Boise State University and a master's degree in Education, Curriculum and Instruction, and Educational Administration from Northwest Nazarene University.
Otter taught K-12 physical education, English, and health. She coached girls basketball and volleyball at the junior high and high school levels for 13 years, in the Meridian School District in Meridian, Idaho.
Otter won the Miss Idaho USA title in 1991 and represented Idaho in the Miss USA 1991 pageant broadcast live from Wichita, Kansas in February 1991. The pageant was won by Kelli McCarty of Kansas.
During her year as Miss Idaho USA, she met Butch Otter, who was then serving as Lieutenant Governor of Idaho. She returned to Idaho in 1995 after teaching and coaching in Arizona. Lori and Butch were married in Meridian, Idaho on August 18, 2006. Butch Otter was elected Governor of Idaho in November 2006, and, upon taking office two months later, Lori Easley Otter became First Lady of Idaho.
A former marathon runner, Otter jogs and rides horses. Otter currently resides in Star.