Sharla OwensExecutive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
A native of Oklahoma, Sharla has over 25 years of non-profit executive experience specializing in executive leadership, board development, fund-development public speaking, legislative work and advocacy. Prior to joining the Tulsa Campaign, Sharla was the CEO of the statewide Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma agency. She has held several leadership fund-development positions in organizations across the state including Philbrook Museum of Art and Oklahoma City Museum of Art. She is committed to improving the lives of young people in our state and tapping into their potential by bringing both public and private entities together to create viable solutions and opportunities for our youth.
Heather Duvall, M.A.
Heather Duvall, M.A.Director of Programs email@example.com
Heather Duvall has over 13 years of experience in non-profit management, talent development, higher education, and adolescent health and development. She has a variety of professional experiences including teen pregnancy prevention with the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, as a faculty member at the University of Central Oklahoma, and most recently on the learning and performance team at CAP Tulsa. Ms. Duvall received her Master’s Degree from the University of Oklahoma in Interpersonal and Family Communication and her Bachelor’s Degree from Oklahoma State University.
Janet Walker, M.B.A.
Janet Walker, M.B.A.Director of Operations firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Sawicki, M.S.
Katie Sawicki, M.S.Operations and Communications Coordinator email@example.com
Katie Sawicki has a strong background in higher education and not-for-profit arts. Before joining the Campaign, Katie worked as an education consultant at the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa and in residence life at Indiana University and Oklahoma State University. Katie holds Master’s degrees in both Educational Leadership College Student Development and Higher education, both from Oklahoma State University. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Visual Arts from The University of Minnesota.
LaBrisa WilliamsHealth Initiatives Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
LaBrisa Williams is a recent college graduate from The University of Oklahoma with a BS in Multidisciplinary Studies; community health and a minor in African American Studies. LaBrisa was an intern with the Tulsa Campaign, summer 2014. She is excited to be working with the campaign and looks forward to reducing the teen pregnancy rate in Tulsa.
Marcia Bruno-ToddEducation Initiatives Coordinator email@example.com
Marcia Bruno-Todd is a versatile student advocate professional with over 8 years of experience working in a student-focused learning environment. Her experience spans across K-12 age groups and the university setting including Tulsa Public Schools, Teach For America and Oklahoma State University. She has primarily focused on helping special-population students with leadership development, inter-cultural communication, academic advancement and healthy decision-making skills. Marcia holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science: International Relations and a minor in Spanish from Oklahoma State University.