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James Gallogly, University of Oklahoma President

Jim Gallogly was installed as the 14th president of the University of Oklahoma July 1, 2018. A 1977 alumnus of the OU College of Law, Gallogly is the first-ever CEO from a Fortune 500 company to lead the university. He has a distinguished track record in running large, complex organizations, and is known as someone […]

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2018-19 Jr. Rotarian Information/Applications

Date: September 24, 2018 To: Principals/Guidance Counselors, Oklahoma City High Schools From: Rotary Club of Oklahoma City, Club 29 RE: Junior Rotarian Program We are pleased to announce this year’s Jr. Rotarian Program application process. The mission of the Junior Rotarian Program of the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City is to foster a sense of […]

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Yankee Ingenuity – Pat Rooney

Yankee Ingenuity by Pat Rooney   David McCullough’s The Wright Brothers “is a story that resonates with anyone who believes deeply in the power of technology to change lives and the resistance some have to new innovations.”  This quote by Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, sums up the book in a nut shell.  The […]

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Education reform failure or opportunity? It’s up to us!

Education reform failure or opportunity?  It’s up to us! Nationally and in Oklahoma major educational reforms gave us great hope for better results.  The reality has fallen well short of expectations.  But there is reason for  optimism.  Robert Sommers, former Oklahoma Secretary of Education and Workforce Development and a life time educator will share the […]

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Alexander Mickelthwate – Okla. City Philharmonic

  Alexander Mickelthwate is the newly appointed Music Director of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and Music Director Emeritus of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra. Since his appointment in 2006, Alexander has played a pivotal role in the development of the orchestra, which culminated in a highly successful and critically acclaimed performance at Carnegie Hall in May […]

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Lessons Learned while Fly Fishing – Ann Felton Gilliland

Lessons Learned while Fly Fishing – Ann Felton Gilliland Anyone who knows me understands that my 27-year tenure as CEO of Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity, which is my life’s passion, can sometimes lead to a singular focus for me – provide additional affordable housing for limited-income Oklahoma families. I was prepared to share with […]

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A Second Chance – Will Beckman

A Second Chance by Will Beckman   This story begins at a summer camp outside Brandon, Vermont. This was my first summer working back east during my high school years. To see the country, I had driven my Dodge Demon throughout the east coast and was now contently working at Twin Lake Camp. Life was […]

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OKC Thunder – Dan Mahoney Michael Cage Brian Byrnes

Dan Mahoney joined the Oklahoma City Thunder in August 2008. In his role of vice president of Broadcasting and Corporate Communications, he oversees the Thunder business public relations efforts, website (okcthunder.com) and broadcasting operations. Previously Mahoney served as a public relations consultant for the Professional Basketball Club, LLC and the New Orleans Hornets. From 1995-2003 […]

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Polio Immunization Exercise – October 2-11, 2018

An upcoming trip to Cotonou, West Africa in October 2018 to participate in a polio immunization exercise, attend the 13th Annual West Africa Project Fair, and engage in a hands-on work project is being planned now! Below is detailed trip information.  Please look at the information as soon as possible as there is  a limited amount of […]

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