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Virtual Club Meeting: Kim Tran – Employment Law Perspective: Workplace Challenges in the Age of COVID-19

REGISTER HERE “Emplyoment Law Perspective: Workplace Challenges in the Age of COVID-19” Kim Tran is Of Counsel at Ogletree Deakins, an international labor and employment law firm with more than 900 lawyers across 53 offices in 31 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada, Mexico and Europe. Ms. Tran has 14 […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: COVID-19 and the Nonprofit Sector

REGISTER HERE Marnie Taylor began her tenure as President and CEO in January 2011 after a number of years serving on the board of directors. One of Oklahoma’s leading governance experts, she has more than 40 years of leadership in volunteerism, board service, fundraising and community engagement. She has served on more than 30 boards […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: Stephen Prescott, M.D. – Current State of COVID-19

REGISTER HERE “Current State of COVID-19” Stephen Prescott, MD, joined the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation in 2006, becoming OMRF’s ninth president since OMRF was chartered in 1946. A leader in studies of the basic mechanisms of human disease, Prescott came to OMRF from the University of Utah, where he founded the Eccles Program in Human […]

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Oklahoma City Creates New Programs to Help Small Businesses

Oklahoma City Creates New Programs to Help Small Businesses by Cathy O’Connor, President of The Alliance for Economic Development of Oklahoma City. As our community responded to COVID-19 and began practicing social distancing and adhering to health guidelines from local, state and federal agencies, it was clear this crisis would reduce, or even eliminate, revenue […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: Education Distance Learning Panel

REGISTER HERE Distance Learning: From classroom to online Dr. Robyn Miller is Oklahoma’s Deputy State Superintendent of School Support and Accountability. She holds a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Diversity. Dr. Miller taught high school English in Edmond for ten years, and served in an educator preparation program for twenty years […]

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Taking Inspiration this Memorial Day from how our ancestors dealt with Crisis

Taking inspiration this Memorial Day from how our ancestors dealt with crisis by Cindy Allen During this pandemic crisis, we’ve had to adjust how we’ve handled typical holidays or events, such as Easter and Mother’s Day. When before we might have taken in a church service with family and then gone out to lunch or […]

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Pandemic Brings Out Best and Worst in People

Pandemic Brings out Best and Worst in People By Russell Ray If you think people are inherently good and honest, the COVID-19 pandemic has provided a lot of evidence to prove that thesis. In Oklahoma, we have seen businesses big and small give millions of dollars to relief efforts aimed at helping the unemployed, homeless […]

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Virtual Club Meeting: Prairie Wolf Spirits – From Spirits to Sanitizer

REGISTER HERE In response to COVID-19 and the shortage of sanitizer, Prairie Wolf began producing sanitizer and has made it available to purchase through various resources. Located in Guthrie, Oklahoma, Prairie Wolf Spirits was purchased by a band – a pack, if you will – of friends and native Oklahomans who acquired the portfolio, which […]

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2020-2021 Committee Selections Now Available–Sign up NOW!!!

=>2020-2021 Committee Selection Online Form Club 29 Rotarians: I am looking forward to serving as Rotary Club of Oklahoma City’s President for 2020-21. This organization, Oklahoma’s oldest and largest civic club, has a special place in Oklahoma City’s history and future. Thank you for the honor of serving as Club 29’s President.  I hope you […]

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