New Rotarians 2021-22

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Josh Dougherty is Oklahoma Market Leader with CEC, a multi-service engineering firm.

Josh was born and raised in Oklahoma City and attended Putnam City Schools for K-12 education. After completing his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering at Oklahoma State University, he returned to Oklahoma City to begin his career. He also holds his Professional Engineering license with the State of Oklahoma.

Through CEC, he has enjoyed volunteering with different community organizations such as Regional Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity, and Baptist Children’s Home. He is also the past president for the Oklahoma Chapter of Society for Marketing Professional Services.

Josh considers himself a husband first to his beautiful wife and two daughters. Their family time is preferably spent in the great outdoors hiking, camping, fishing, or going to the family farm. He also enjoys restoring and customizing vehicles – his personal project being a 1976 Bronco.

Rotarian sponsors Farooq Karim, Clay Cockrill, and Jeff Simpsen

 

Laura Moxley is Employee Benefits Consultant with Gallagher Benefit Services, an insurance and risk management firm.

Born in Seymour, Texas, her family moved with the military several times before they ultimately settled in Anadarko when she was seven. College took her to the University of Oklahoma where she earned her Bachelor of Arts. While in school, she met her husband and they settled in Norman.

During her previous 26-year career in Human Resources with Fowler, she was a charter member of the Sooner HR Society, served as Director of the OKHR State Council, served several non-profits in fundraising efforts, and was a co-chair for Leadership Norman.

In her spare time, she and her husband, Chris, love to overland in the Jeep they’ve name “Blackbird”, and their pet corgi, Gatsby, travels with them. The also love spending time with their children and grandchildren.

Rotarian sponsors Bill Hughes, Jill Hughes, and Tom Phillips

 

Chris Moxley is Senior Vice President of Professional Insurors Agency, an Oklahoma business insurance agency.
Chris was raised in Wynnewood, Oklahoma before moving to Norman to attend the University of Oklahoma.

In addition to his professional life, Chris serves as Board Vice President for The Virtue Center, serves as the Norman Parks Commission Vice President, is President of his HOA, and a City of Norman Stormwater committee member.

In Chris’ spare time, he is a member of the Whiskey Society in Norman. He and his wife, Laura… that’s right, our previous new member… love spending time with their grandchildren, traveling domestically and abroad, and off-road traveling in their Jeep Rubicon. They also love preparing gourmet meals for friends and family.

Rotarian sponsors Farooq Karim, Clay Cockrill, and Jeff Simpsen.

 

Trait Thompson is Executive Director of the Oklahoma Historical Society, a state agency with 23 historic sites across the state.

Trait grew up in a farming and ranching family in Brady, Texas before moving to Tulsa to attend Oral Roberts University where he earned a bachelor’s in finance. He moved to Texas for a short period to earn his Master of Public Administration from Texas A&M. He would return to Tulsa to work as a business consultant before being hired to be the policy advisor to the President Pro Tempore of the Oklahoma Senate. He moved to Oklahoma City in early 2011 and has been in the metro since.

Trait and his wife, Sara, have two children. They are active members of New Covenant United Methodist Church where he has served as the chair of their stewardship committee, a member of the administrative council, and a leader of their Sunday school class. He has participated in international relief trips, most recently to work with Syrian refugees in Jordan in 2018.

Other hobbies in his spare time include kayaking, hiking, smoking meats, and reading. Their family goal is to visit at least one national park each year.

Rotarian sponsors Jerrod Shouse, Jake Yunker and Amber Sharples

 

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