Heidi E. Scheuermann was born in Burlington, Vermont. She grew up in the Village of Stowe and attended Stowe public schools. Upon graduating from Stowe High School, Heidi attended Saint Louis University and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education. She then spent three of the most influential years of her life (1994 - 1997) serving in the United States Peace Corps, teaching English as a Second Language in Klodzko, Poland.

Upon her return to the United States, Heidi went to Washington, D.C. to work for legendary Vermont Senator Jim Jeffords on the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee. In this role, she helped draft education and disability legislation, in addition to that involving the arts and humanities.

Heidi returned to Stowe in 2000 and was the Deputy Campaign Manager for Senator Jim Jeffords in his run for a third Senate term. She was then employed in government affairs at Capitol Strategies in Montpelier, where she lobbied on behalf of clients including the Vermont Chamber of Commerce, the Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems, the Association of Vermont Independent Colleges and Vermont Public Television.

Heidi returned to Senator Jeffords' office in 2003, until his retirement in 2007, to serve as his liaison to the Vermont Legislature.

First elected in 2006, Heidi is currently running for her seventh term in the Vermont House of Representatives. Heidi served on the Stowe Select Board from 2004 - 2010, including two terms as Chair.

Dedicated to community service, Heidi is also proud to be one of the co-founders, and still very active board member, of Stowe Vibrancy, the Town of Stowe's downtown organization, and also very active in the Stowe Rotary Club.

Heidi also owns Allegro Properties, a property management and development company in Stowe.