With over a decade of public policy experience, BECKY LONG joined Siegel Public Affairs in 2016. She began her work in public policy with the Colorado Environmental Coalition working in Colorado water policy and later served as the Advocacy Director for Conservation Colorado. With strong experience in a range of natural resource issues as well as in political and electoral work she is now putting those skills to work on behalf of a host of other clients.
She has led campaigns to create tax incentives for water right donations to protect rivers and streams, protect and expand renewable energy in Colorado, incentivize the electric vehicle market in Colorado, strengthen protections for local communities facing oil and gas extraction and recently the efforts to legalize rain barrels. Becky has expertise in building coalitions, policy development, and in lobbying at the legislature to secure wins on behalf of progressive issues.
Ms. Long has a BA in Political Science from Metropolitan State College and a MPA from the University of Colorado, Denver. She is a Colorado native who grew up in the mountains of Summit County. She enjoys spending time at her family’s cattle ranch where she is working to convince her parents to adopt several goats. Until then, she lives in Northwest Denver with her cats Lewis & Martin.