Club 29 is a member of Rotary International District 5750. Megan will offer information about future district and club activities, as well as the health of the 30+ clubs that comprise District 5750!
District 5750 Governor Megan Law is the Operations Manager for Accel Financial Staffing where she has worked since 2002. In her role, she manages several commercial real estate properties in Historic Automobile Alley in Oklahoma City and coordinates the operations of a boutique staffing firm.
Her commitment to Rotary began when she was selected as a 2008 GSE team member to Poland and Ukraine. Upon her return, she and a fellow team member chartered a new Rotary club in Oklahoma City, the OKC Midtown Rotary Club. Megan is Past President of OKC Midtown Rotary and has served as their Rotary Foundation Chair and Public Relations Chair. Additionally, she has served as the Rotary International District 5750 Group Study Exchange Chair, District Secretary, District Trainer, and the 2012-13 Group Study Exchange Team Leader to India. Megan was selected as the 2009-10 District 5750 Rotarian of the Year and the 2009-10 OKC Midtown Rotarian of the Year. She is a Paul Harris Fellow +4 and a member of the Paul Harris Society.
Megan is an active volunteer for several organizations throughout Oklahoma City. She is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City’s LOYAL Class III, has served on the Leadership Oklahoma City Alumi board, is the Board Secretary for Six Twelve, the Registration Co-Chair for deadCENTER Film Festival, and is a committee co-chair for The Arts Council of Oklahoma City’s Festival of the Arts. She has been recognized by The Journal Record as an “Achiever Under Forty” and by OKC Biz as “Forty Under 40.”
Megan is married to her favorite person, Marty Law, and they have two spoiled dogs. They are currently expecting their first child just in time for Christmas.
Chair of the Day
Meg Salyer’s innovative and civically oriented focus has lent a valuable perspective in building Accel Financial Staffing since 1995. A native of Long Island, she has made Oklahoma City her home for more than 30 years. Meg was elected to office in 2008, and serves as the Ward 6 Councilman for the City of Oklahoma City. She is a member of the Oklahoma City Economic Development committee, the Oklahoma City Riverfront Redevelopment Authority, and chairs the City’s Social Services committee.
Meg is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College. She began her professional career as a corporate loan officer with the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York and spent twelve years as co-founder and president of a national retail financial services chain. Meg serves on the Board of First Fidelity Bank, the Board of Oklahoma City University, the Oklahoma School of Science and Math Foundation, the Myriad Gardens Executive Committee and the Civic Center Foundation.
Meg was the first woman president of the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City, the largest Rotary Club in the world, is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma, Leadership Oklahoma City, and is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Oklahoma City.