KaLeigh Long

Founder / CEO

Ms. Long is Founder and CEO of Westwin Elements, Inc. In this capacity, KaLeigh manages comprehensive operations of Westwin Elements specifically focusing on Westwin's diversified cobalt supply chain, sales, and domestic and international government relations. KaLeigh is a repeat entrepreneur and has founded and operated several small businesses: Westwin Enterprises, Westwin Properties, Cowork Culture, Maker’s Meat Co., and the Long Cattle Company.

As President and Founder of Westwin Enterprises, KaLeigh managed mass communications and advertisements for her clients. KaLeigh has consulted for more than 36 U.S. federal campaigns, two gubernatorial campaigns, and she has advised several candidates abroad. She has advised presidential and down ballot candidates in Haiti, South Africa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Venezuela. Westwin Enterprises provides fundraising, advertising, and staffing support to domestic and international campaigns.

KaLeigh has also held a number of political positions herself. She served as the Legislative Director of a highly effective, multi-million dollar grassroots lobbying group. She is the founder of multiple Political Action Committees, and for nearly four years, she served as Executive Director of a prominent Leadership PAC. She is a guest faculty for the Leadership Institute.

KaLeigh is a two-time speech and debate national qualifier to the National Forensics League. She received her M.A. in Strategic and International Studies (Professional) from the Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC and her undergraduate degree from College of the Ozarks, where she paid for her tuition via the school’s work study program.

KaLeigh and her two children are Oklahomans. Her family owns and operates a nearly 2,000 acre cattle ranch in Oklahoma, near KaLeigh’s organic farm. Oklahoman ranch life is a collective family venture fueled by the daily hard work of four generations of Longs. KaLeigh credits her grandfather and father’s model of American traditional disciplines and fear of God as the values that motivate and anchor her business practices for success.

KaLeigh Long