Jeannine Long, OklahomaNFRW Convention
...Jeannine Long retired in 1997 from a 30-year career as a freelance court reporter.
In 1991 she
joined two Oklahoma City area Republican Women's Clubs to work for tax and workers' compensation reform.In 1992 she
returned to Enid and joined the 56-member Garfield County Republican Women's Club
.After serving in other elective positions, she was president in 1995-1996 when it became the largest in Oklahoma at that time, with 189 members. As a club president, Long became an active member of the OFRW Board of Directors, serving in various offices and as state newsletter editor, before her election as State President in 2001 and reelection in 2003.She
designed and maintains the OFRW Web site, developed the first federation e-mail database, the One Plus membership plan, and the Shining Star Club
program for newsletter sponsorship. The OFRW
received the 2003 Betty Heitman State of Excellence Award and the 2005 State of Achievement Award.Membership has increased 22 percent since December 2003.The OFRW
and 19 of its 31 clubs contributed almost $80,000 to candidates during Long's
A Regent, in 2004-2005 Long
served as State Presidents' Coordinator, 2005 NFRW Nominating Committee Chair, and was a finalist for the 2005 Ronald Reagan Leadership Award.She was a member of the host committee for the 2004 Tribute to Laura Bush Luncheon in New York.She was elected NFRW Member at Large at the 2005 NFRW Convention in Nashville.An active grassroots campaign volunteer in her local party, Long also serves on the Oklahoma Republican Party Executive Committee, was a delegate to the 2004 Republican National Convention, and very involved in the 72-Hour Task Force.
In 2004 she
was the recipient of the RNC
President's Circle Award and selected by the RNC as one of Oklahoma's two Outstanding Team Leaders.Genealogy is Long's hobby; she is a member of several lineage societies.She
husband have seven children between them and are members of Emmanuel Baptist Church.