Deborah Myers was born in Wichita, Kansas. She completed her secondary education at home and graduated from the Spanish Language Program at Rio Grande Bible Institute in Edinburg, Texas in 2006. Subsequently, she attended Lycée Alphonse Daudet in Tarascon, France in 2007. She has studied Hebrew formally in the US and received private Arabic tutoring both in the US and Israel. For three years Deborah served as a missionary on the Mexican-American border. She has participated in many other missions projects in Mexico, Guatemala, Peru, Canada, and France.
Deborah has worked extensively in pro-life efforts, including undercover research, formal complaints, and legal filings.
Growing up in a politically active family, Deborah received her first taste of Republican campaigning at an early age. At just five years old, Deborah assisted her parents with door-to-door canvassing. Since then, she has volunteered for many campaigns and political efforts, most notably assisting her father with two successful bids for Butler County Commission in 2012 and 2016. She also served as official staff for Gov. Sam Brownback’s reelection campaign in 2014. After working in the aviation sector for nearly three years, she now works for a federally elected official in Wichita.