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Alison Anthony, Class XXIII, has been serving as COO for the Tulsa Area United Way since July 2017. Her transition from COO to CEO will begin April 1, 2018.

Two LOK Grads served as panelists at The Oklahoma Policy Institute’s State Budget Summit:  Melissa Baldwin, Class 31, and Glen Coffee, Class XIII and Lifetime Member.

Several LOK Grads will be honored at The Journal Record’s ninth annual Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs event:  Lauren Branch, Class XXVII, Jill Castilla, Class 30 and Lifetime Member, Heath Clinton, Class XXI and Lifetime Member, Christopher Van Ess, Class 30, Pageant Ferriabough, Class XXI and Lifetime Member, John Higginbotham, Class XXVI, Melissa Houston, Class XII, Cathy O’Connor, Class XX, and Mark Towler, Class XXIV and Lifetime Member.

Brenda Jones Barwick, Class XXV and Lifetime Member, was appointed to the Public Relations Society of America Counselors Academy executive committee.

Elaine Dodd, Class IX, is a scheduled speaker for First United of Norman Northwest’s “How to Protect Your Money from Fraud” free seminar.

Randy McDaniel, Class XXI, was appointed to the State Treasurer’s Investment Advisory Committee.

Elliot Nelson, Class XXVI and Lifetime Member, was installed as first vice chairman and treasurer of the Oklahoma Restaurant Association.

Bill Pink, Class XXVII, is a scheduled speaker for the 35th annual Multicultural Education Institute at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Mary Pointer, Class XXII and Lifetime Member, is chairing the Community Literacy Centers “The Private Reserve” fundraiser.

Myron Pope, Class XXVI, was recognized with the “You Made a Difference Award” by the African-American Faculty and Staff Association and the Black Student Association.

Laurie Tilley, Class XXIII, has been chosen as a new member of the Board of Trustees with the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence.

Dr. George E. Young Sr., Class XVII and Lifetime Member, gave the opening presentation for the University of Central Oklahoma’s series of Black History Month events.

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