Leisa Moseley is an action minded entrepreneur, speaker, activist and a builder of women! She has made it her mission to make sure that every woman she meets knows, understands and embraces their value and self-worth!  She is the founder and president of The Action Company, a personal and political development firm that specializes in female candidates. Her company has the goal of ensuring that more women have the opportunity to run for and be elected to political office.

In 2010, with a desire to see more women in elected office, she launched her firm and continues to be sought out for her comprehensive approach to addressing issues that female candidates who are running for office may face. 

With her background in politics she served as an organizer for Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential campaign. Once the 08’ campaign was over she continued her campaign work serving on winning teams for local races. In 2009 she returned to work for President Obama’s “Organizing for America” organization as a Regional Field Director. In 2016 she served as a strategist on Senator Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign. 

Leisa is a sought after speaker, trainer and panelist speaking and training on the role of self-worth plays in our lives. 

Leisa is the author of “Eat My Dessert First”, the blog which is dedicated to inspiring and building women spiritually, mentally, and emotionally and teaching women to embrace their self-worth. Leisa is devoted to helping eliminate domestic violence with a focus on healing perpetrators. She is a researcher interested in the economic, social, political and environmental factors that influence why perpetrators resort to violence to express their emotion.  

Active in her community, Leisa is an executive board member of the Clark County Black Caucus and chairs the judicial committee for the caucus. She serves on the Attorney General’s Committee on Domestic Violence and Clark County Nevada's  Citizens Advisory Council on Juvenile Justice.  She is the mother of four teenagers and lives in Las Vegas