A native Oklahoman, Kendra Wesson was born in Lawton to a family with seven generations of history in Oklahoma. A Caddo Nation tribal member, Kendra has a love and passion for the history and people of Oklahoma that has only grown as she has invested her time in civic engagement and in serving people across many communities in Oklahoma. Kendra and her husband Shea live and raise their children in Norman, where she also owns and operates a successful accounting firm. Having worked in accounting and bookkeeping since she was 17 years old, Kendra has served as a consultant for businesses to help them increase profits and implement controls along with policies and procedures. She is experienced in forensic accounting and is committed to using her skills to shine a light on government waste, fraud, and abuse, and bring transparency to Oklahoma taxpayers and citizens in her work as a state legislator.
While having been committed to serving her community in many capacities over the years, Kendra has only recently turned her focus to political engagement to defend the Constitutional rights of her neighbors which are being trampled by out-of-control federal and local governments. She is currently the Co-Chair of School Boards 4 Kids, she serves in several official capacities for the Republican Party of Oklahoma and serves as chapter leader of FAIR, the Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism where she actively spoke out against CRT. Kendra and her family are dedicated members of a local community church in Norman, and she would be the first to tell you that her faith closely informs her moral and political values.