OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., September 25, 2018 – Allied Arts recently introduced its new board leadership, and executive committee members and directors for 2018-19.
Tricia Everest will resume her lead as board chair. Under her leadership, John Higginbotham and Doug Stussi will serve as campaign co-chairs.
Allied Arts is also pleased to welcome 13 new members to its board of directors this year. These individuals will be a part of the 109 member board of directors responsible for overseeing Allied Arts’ strategic planning, fundraising and arts advocacy efforts.
“We are ecstatic to welcome our amazing co-chairs and new members to the executive committee and board of directors this year,” stated Tricia Everest, board chair. “Allied Arts has a large board of directors that plays an integral role in the organization’s success. We are excited for the energy, fresh insight and unique skill set that each new member is going to bring to the group.”
New Allied Arts Board Members for 2018-19
David Argueta, Mercy
Craig Boelte, Paycom
Cordell Brown, Price Edwards and Company
Jill Castilla, Citizens Bank of Edmond
Rodney England, Peters & Chandler, P.C.
Hillary Farrell, Ackerman McQueen
Dana Harper, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Jerry Hunter, US Fleet Tracking and Sundance Airport
Debra Kos, Community Volunteer
Randy Nance, GE Johnson Construction Company
Frederick Redwine, Redwine & Cubberley
Doug Stussi, Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores
Usha Turner, OGE Energy Corp.