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NOVEMBER 2017 LEADERS ON THE MOVE!
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Leadership Oklahoma is proud to highlight its members in the news. If you have an item for Leaders on the Move, please email it to the LOK office - lok@leadershipoklahoma.com 

Several LOK members were honored by The Journal Record’s 2017 Woman of the Year program:  Michelle Briggs, Class X, Stephanie Cameron, Class XXIX and Lifetime Member,  Michele Campbell, Class XXIII and Lifetime Member, Jeanette Capshaw, Class XXIX, Ginny Carl, Class 30 and Lifetime Member, Pageant Ferriabough-Charlton, Class XXI and Lifetime Member, Amy Ford, Class XXVIII and Lifetime Member, Melissa Houston, Class XII, Leslie Osborn, Class XXVII, Cassie Tipton, Class XXVI and Lifetime Member, and Noel Tyler, Class XX and Lifetime Member.

Meg Salyer, Class VIII and Lifetime Member, was at the top of the list of OKC Friday’s Most Powerful Women poll for 2017. Other LOK members named to this list include: Sue Ann  Arnall, Class XXIV and Lifetime Member, Jari Askins, Class VIII and Lifetime Member, Martha Burger, Class XVIII and Lifetime Member, Jill Castilla, Class 30 and Lifetime Member, Susan Chambers, Class XXIX and Lifetime Member, Teresa Rose Crook, Class XXVII, Debby Hampton, Class XIV, Ann Hargis, Class V , Judy Hatfield, Class XIV and Lifetime Member, Kim Henry, Class XVII , Rhonda Hooper, Class XXI , Mary Mélon, Class XVI and Lifetime Member, Vicki Miles-LaGrange, Class V and Lifetime Member, Cyndi Munson, Class 31, Cathy O'Connor, Class XX, Marion Paden, Class XXI and Lifetime Member, Janet Peery, Class 31, Mary Blankenship Pointer, Class XXII and Lifetime Member, Pat Potts, Class IX,  and Marnie Taylor, Class XXIV and Lifetime Member.

 

Jill Castilla, Class 30 and Lifetime Member, was named one of the Most Powerful Women in Banking’s Top 25 Women to Watch by American Banker.

 

Lee Denney, Class VII, was named Rural Development state director by President Donald Trump.

 

Brad Henry, Class IX, and Kim Henry, Class XVII, received the OKIE Light, Leadership and Legacy Award for their partnership with Oklahoma Israel Exchange.

 

Molly Jarvis, Class XXIX, was named Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma’s new chairwoman of the governing board of directors. Suzanne Symcox, Class III and Lifetime Member is vice chairwoman.

Dean Kruithof, Class 30, was named NEO's Outstanding Alumnus for 2017.

 

Bruce Lawrence, Class XX, announced his retirement as the president and CEO of Integris, and Chris Hammons, Class XXVIII, will serve as interim president and CEO.

 

Brandon Long, Class XXVIII, and Mary Pointer, Class XXII and Lifetime Member, were appointed as new board members for The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

 

Lance McDaniel, Class XXVII, served as emcee for the Paseo Arts Awards dinner.

 

Dr. Marcie Mack, Class XXIX and Lifetime Member, is scheduled to speak at the 2018 Oklahoma Economic Outlook Conference in December.

Leslie Osborn, Class XXVII, received the Oklahoma Hospital Association’s Outstanding Achievement Award.

Krista Roberts, Class XXVIII and Lifetime Member has been named chief executive officer for St. Mary's Regional Medical Center.

Congratulations to Dennis Shockley, Class XV, on his upcoming retirement!

Penny Voss, Class XXV, now serves as the chairwoman for Thrive, a new nonprofit focused on reducing Oklahoma’s teen birth rate.

Janet Wansick, Class XXVI and Lifetime Member, has accepted the position of Vice President of Academic Affairs at Connors State College.

 

Cornell Wesley, Class 31, received a commendation from the Governor of Oklahoma, Mary Fallin, for his work in economic development.


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