Job Seekers can access a variety of services at job centers including job search assistance, resume assistance, interviewing skills, on-the-job training, GED assistance and post-secondary education for qualified applicants.
Tulsa American Job Center
14002 East 21st Street, Suite 825
Phone: (918) 796-1200
Main entrance located on the southwest corner of the building
Sapulpa American Job Center
1700 South Main
Phone: (918) 224-9430
Oklahoma Works Muskogee
717 South 32nd Street
Phone: (918) 682-3364
Oklahoma Works Tahlequah
1295 Skills Center Circle
Phone: (918) 456-8846
Oklahoma Works Okmulgee
1601 South Wood Drive
Phone: (918) 304-3160
Oklahoma Works Eufaula at Under One Roof
Phone: (918) 618-6226
Oklahoma Works Sallisaw at Cherokee Nation
100 East Choctaw Avenue
Phone: (918) 776-0416
Oklahoma Works Stilwell at Cherokee Nation
219 West Oak Street
Phone: (918) 696-6608
Access Points offer computers and limited assistance for job seekers and are open to the public.
621 E. 4th St.
Tulsa, OK 74120
Phone: (918) 796-1278
Please call for an appointment
Please visit their website for list of locations.
Contact our Business Services team to find the right employees for your organization.
Wesley Mitchell, Business Services Director
Partnerships are a vital part of meeting our mission. If your organization is interested in partnering with Green Country Workforce, please contact:
Wesley Mitchell, Business Services Director
907 South Detroit Avenue, Suite 1325
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74120
Phone: (918) 595-8921
TDD/TTY Phone: 1 (800) 722-0353
Rachel D. Hutchings, Executive Director
Rachel D. Hutchings is the Executive Director of Green Country Workforce. Her background in workforce development includes various roles on the GCW board, the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development and involvement in local, state and national workforce development initiatives.
Most recently, Rachel was the Director of Development for the Tulsa Community College Foundation. Her focus was primarily on grant writing, donor reporting and student scholarship management. Prior to joining TCC, Rachel was the Corporate & Government Affairs Manager for American Airlines covering Oklahoma. She represented American during their various changes ranging from introducing new leadership, restructuring, and their merger with US Airways. Hutchings began her career at American Airlines in 1995 and worked in various capacities, including Supply Chain, Warranty and Maintenance and Production Scheduling. She has a master’s in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Oklahoma, a bachelor’s in Business Management from University of Phoenix, and an associate degree in Business Management from Tulsa Community College. Rachel is Chair of the Oklahoma Academy for State Goals and on the Leadership Oklahoma Board. This July, she completed a six year term as Chair of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission. She and her husband, Dean, have six children. They make their home in Skiatook. She is also a proud member of the Cherokee Nation. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-438-7941
Cherie Stierwalt, Deputy Director
Cherie Stierwalt joined Green Country Workforce after over twenty-five years in public administration working with Non-profits, Federal, State, County and Tribal governments and their stakeholders. Her background in Criminal Justice and Youth Programs gave her a wide range of experiences in developing policy and programs especially for youth development. She has been Director for the Department of Defense’s Youth Challenge Program in Oklahoma, Community Sentencing Executive Director/Chief Probation Officer, Warden for both adults and juveniles, Instructor, Volunteer Coordinator for Army Community Service, and Associate Editor for a national trade magazine. Cherie has served and worked with several non-profit boards and volunteer agencies including the Victim’s Impact Panel for Oklahoma and Comanche counties, Lawton’s Boulevard of Lights, Oklahoma and Kansas’s Law Enforcement Torch Run, and Thunderbird Youth Foundation. In 1987, Cherie graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a BA in Political Science/Law Enforcement and is an avid volunteer for Special Olympics. Contact: email@example.com or 918-438-7946
Julie Van De Wege, Integrated Solutions Manager
Julie Van De Wege joined Green Country Workforce on September 12, 2013. She was a participant in the Women in Recovery Program, an intensive and comprehensive outpatient treatment program designed as an alternative to female incarceration, from which she graduated in December, 2013. Julie is also a graduate of the Lindsey House program. The program provided her and her teenage daughter with a safe place to live as they transitioned from a history of situational homelessness to self-sufficiency. She has since become a homeowner and served on the Lindsey House Board of Directors. The Tulsa Area United Way awarded Julie with the 2017 Live United Spirit Award in recognition of her passion, heart, advocacy, and volunteerism. In 1997, Julie graduated East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Social Work Degree. She worked as a Child Welfare Specialist at the Tulsa County Department of Human Services for over ten years. In the summer of 2013, she participated in a pilot program started by Women in Recovery in partnership with Tulsa Community College’s Second Chance Program. She subsequently obtained an Information Technology – Business Computer User Certificate of Achievement and was named on the President’s Honor Roll. She is grateful for the opportunity to be a part of the GCW team, and looks forward to rebuilding a career founded in helping others. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-438-7947
Wesley Mitchell, Business Services Director
Wesley Mitchell was responsible for service delivery from the data processing production facilities located in Tulsa, Oklahoma focused on Transportation Delivery. This large processing environment (59,000+ mainframe MIPS processing over 47,000 messages per second, 12,000+ midrange servers, and 100,000+ desktop devices in 400 global locations) supports global clients with mission-critical zero outage compute platforms. Wes oversaw growth from 2 to over 70 clients that filled the over 80,000 square foot Cherokee Data Center. He worked with local officials and Tax Authorities to create a Tax Incentive District to assist in the funding of the 80,000 square feet expansion. Wes represented ITO Delivery on the team that won the Hewlett Packard Enterprise 2015 Meg Whitman Presidents Quality Award recipient for their support of American Airlines Group. He has broad leadership experience and a track record of success in the IT industry supporting Fortune Global 500 clients with mission-critical computing environments across all industries. Highlights of his previous leadership roles include many successful IT Mergers & Acquisitions, migrations, transitions, and transformations for multiple clients with mission-critical compute environments, including the move of Continental Airlines to the Charlotte SMC, and GM OnStar to the Plano SMC. He was also very instrumental in the due diligence, signing, migration, and transformation of the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) to Charlotte. Wes has also spent considerable time abroad consulting on HP Data Center consolidations, ISO9001, and ITIL process standardization. As a graduate of Howard University, he left with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Marketing and a letter in football. Wes lives in Owasso, Oklahoma with his wife, Yolanda and two sons: Wesley, Jr. and Jordan Alexander, both Eagle Scouts. He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, golfing and making a difference in the community. Wes is a member of Sigma Pi Phi fraternity. Wes’s Executive Board memberships include the Owasso Education Foundation (Past Chair), Junior Achievement of Oklahoma, Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce (Past Vice Chair Education and Workforce), and Bishops Committee of Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross (Sr. Warden). Wes was also nominated by Governor Fallin and confirmed by the Senate to serve on the Board of Regents for Tulsa Community College (Chairman). Wes was recently appointed to the Governor Stitt’s Minority Business Council. Wes also serves as Board Chairman for Teach for America of Greater Tulsa. Wes is also a Wood Badge trained Assistant Scout Master and member of the Executive Board of the Indian Nations Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Contact: email@example.com or 918-438-7932
Alex Whitfield, Business Data Analyst
Alex found his calling in 2018 when he accepted the role of Career Navigator with Dynamic Workforce Solutions. He was finally able to utilize his problem solving and technical abilities to their fullest potential while assisting the citizens of Tulsa in preparing for and ultimately achieving their career goals. In developing and documenting plans for his clients, Alex saw an opportunity to do more by conducting a continuous analysis of the data being collected by program participants, his hope being to identify portions of the population that could be served with greater efficacy. As a result of his work, Alex became Dynamic Workforce Solutions’ first-ever dedicated Data Analyst. Alex joined Green Country Workforce in July of 2020. Prior to his admittedly unexpected foray into the world of workforce development, he was working as a Senior Pharmacy Technician at a major retail pharmacy chain. Alex possesses a Liberal Arts degree from Rogers State University. Knowing firsthand the ripple effects of being unsatisfied and unfulfilled with one’s work and prospects, Alex has committed himself to help others achieve real gratification in their work life. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-796-1239
Amber Cutshaw, Business Services Representative
De’Andre Fahie, Business Services Representative
De’Andre Fahie is one of the Business Services Representatives for Green Country Workforce. He works to cultivate relationships with business employers to help them strategically address their workforce challenges. Prior to this role, he worked for the Boy Scouts of America in recruitment and community development. Having the opportunity to connect with youth and families from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds provided him with a skill set that allows him to effectively connect the goals of the businesses in Tulsa with the needs of the community. De’Andre received his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of California, Riverside. He later went on to obtain his Master’s degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from Adler University. De’Andre has come to Tulsa to join extended family members after living in California for over 20 years. He is a volunteer with Reading Partners and enjoys regular physical fitness and reading in his spare time. Contact: email@example.com or 918-796-1230
Mautia Hall, Quality Performance Trainer
Mautia has a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies with concentrations in Musical Theatre and Psychology from St. Gregory’s University. After moving to Chicago a few years after completing her degree she segued her knowledge of theatre into a job at Northwestern University helping to manage their theatre facilities. This is where she discovered her passion for Higher Education and helping remove barriers to learning for underserved populations. Tia moved back to Oklahoma in 2009 and continued her work in Higher Ed., going on to work for the University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma Baptist University, and Tulsa Community College. During her time at TCC Tia worked for the TCC Foundation as their Assistant Director of Development and helped put many new processes and guidelines in place to increase productivity and donor satisfaction. Tia is excited to bring her passion for nonprofit work to her new role as the Quality Performance Trainer for Green Country Workforce and looks forward to helping all Tulsans find quality training and employment. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-438-7934
John Collins, One Stop Operator
John Collins is a native of Seattle, Washington where he attended Seattle University. He spent 20 years as the International Representative for Service Employees International Union (SEIU). More recently, Mr. Collins spent the past 15 years of his career involved with prisoner reentry programs with organizations such as the State of Nevada Department of Corrections, Las Vegas Urban League and Workforce Connections. At the Las Vega Urban League, John started the Prisoner Re-entry program where he secured an appropriation from the state legislature to fund a re-entry initiative in the State of Nevada. He secured funds from the Department of Labor, Department of Justice, and from foundations and helped hundreds of formerly incarcerated people secure employment and transitional services. Eventually, John went to work for the Local Workforce Investment Board (LWIB), Workforce Connections, where he designed a re-entry program which is now known as the PRIDE program. The PRIDE program is a collaborative effort between the Nevada Department of Correction, the local WIB and several community partners.
John is founder and co-chair of the Statewide Prison Reentry Coalition (SPRC) and a member of the Christian Association for Prison Aftercare. He is a former board member of the Washington State Convention Authority and the A. Phillip Randolph Institute and served as Corporate Recruitment Chair for America’s Walk for Diabetes for American Diabetes Association’s Las Vegas chapter.
Contact: email@example.com or 918-796-1200
Belinda Wall, Project Facilitator
Belinda Wall started her career in Workforce as the One Stop Operator for Eastern Workforce Investment Board in July 2017. As One Stop Operator her responsibilities included developing partner relationships in Eastern Workforce Board’s seven county area. Developing those relationships established a Workforce presence in rural areas and built positive connections with local partners. In July 2019 Belinda accepted the position of Programs Coordinator for Eastern Workforce Investment Board. As Programs Coordinator she worked closely with participant’s occupational training, participant’s GED testing, and youth development. Most recently, Belinda has joined the Green Country Workforce Development Board as a Project Facilitator. Belinda’s background in curriculum development for higher education has prepared her well for assisting in the development of critical and essential workforce programs that will support individuals with barriers. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-772-0362
Mike Branan, Program Manager-Direct Services
Michael “Mike” Branan was born and raised in Muskogee and went on to become a 1991 graduate of Muskogee High School. Mike attended Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton where he attained his Associates Degree. He later continued his education at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah earning a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree. In 1993, Mike started working for Walmart and continued with them until March of 2018. During his time at Walmart, he worked in many areas of the stores and various roles of management in buildings in Muskogee, Sallisaw, Stillwell, and Tahlequah. Mike served for 2.5 years as the Workforce Operations/Compliance/Procurement Manager, Web Page Administrator, and Equal Opportunity Officer. He currently serves as the Program Manager for Direct Services. Contact: email@example.com or 918-351-9917
Rob Taylor, Quality Assurance and Business Data Analyst
Rob Taylor is a longtime resident of Northeast Oklahoma, having been born an “okie from Muskogee”. His only time away was the four years he served in the United States Air Force. Upon returning, Rob earned his B.B.A. in Accounting from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. He later earned his M.B.A. degree, also from Northeastern State University. After a brief stint as a tax accountant, Rob earned the Enrolled Agent designation, the highest credential the IRS awards.
Rob joined the workforce team in June of 2017 as the Accounting Manager for the Eastern Workforce Investment Board. In this role, Rob was responsible for grant management, providing financial reports to the Board, general ledger accounting, and all other fiscal duties of the organization.
Rob is excited to be serving in his newest role as the Quality Assurance and Business Data Analyst for the Green Country Workforce Development Board. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-869-2020
Kathy Adair, Director Business & Industry, Indian Capital Technology Center
Tom Albaugh, Vice President of Labor Relations, Tulsa Area United Way
Tom Albaugh has been with the Tulsa Area United Way since 1990. The vice president of labor relations, Tom is a liaison between the Tulsa Area United Way and the Northeastern Oklahoma Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO. He provides assistance to workers and their families and support for the annual United Way campaign. Another part of Tom’s job is to recruit volunteers for United Way and its partner agencies, as well as to conduct information and referral training classes annually.
Tom saw United Way as the organization where he felt he could make a direct impact with helping people in need. He enjoys his job because he gets to see, first hand, the lives United Way changes and the positive impact the nonprofit has on the community.
Rhonda Archer, Program Manager I, Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services
Celia Armstrong, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Learning, TTCU Federal Credit Union
With over 30 years of human resource experience, Celia Armstrong has held positions in manufacturing, state government, staffing, education, finance/banking and the news industry.
She earned an associate’s degree in human resources from Tulsa Community College, summa cum laude, in 2009 and a bachelor’s degree from St. Gregory’s, summa cum laude, in August 2011.
She volunteers with local veterans and by reading to elementary school children. She also serves as the co-chair of the Education Division of the Tulsa Area United Way. She is a mother, a grandmother, and wife to a Navy veteran.
As the Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Learning, at TTCU Federal Credit Union, she provides strategic human resource planning and organizational development, while also growing and fostering a thriving culture. She also guides and oversees the creation of innovative learning and development initiatives to meet strategic Talent Excellence initiatives and member satisfaction goals.
Jenny Bentley, Director of HR, Northeastern Healthsystem
Kelly Beyer, Branch Manager, Manpower
As a 19 year veteran of Manpower, Kelly Beyer has held several roles within the Manpower organization. She has worked as a Recruiter, Business Development Representative and Onsite Account Manager. In her current role as Branch Manager, she leads a team of experienced Recruiters towards innovative solutions that are unique to the Tulsa Metro area. In addition, she works with prospective and established clients to identify recruiting and retention issues, fostering a partnership focused on individualized and effective workforce solutions.
Manpower, the world leader in innovative workforce solutions, creates and delivers high-impact solutions that enable our clients to achieve their business goals and enhance their competitiveness. With over 60 years of experience, our $19 billion company creates unique time to value through a comprehensive suite of innovative solutions that help clients win in the Human Age. These solutions cover an entire range of talent-driven needs from recruitment and assessment, training and development, and career management, to outsourcing and workforce consulting. ManpowerGroup maintains the world’s largest and industry-leading network of nearly 3,900 offices in over 80 countries and territories, generating a dynamic mix of an unmatched global footprint with valuable insight and local expertise to meet the needs of its 400,000 clients per year, across all industry sectors, small and medium-sized enterprises, local, multinational and global companies. The ManpowerGroup suite of solutions is offered through ManpowerGroup Solutions, Experis, Manpower, and Right Management.
Daniel Bradley, CEO/President, Stilwell Memorial Hospital
Robert Brown, CEO/President, Star University
Ken Busby, Executive Director, Route 66 Alliance
Ken Busby is the Cultural Czar of Northeast Oklahoma. He also serves as Executive Director & CEO of the Route 66 Alliance. Previously, he served as Executive Director & CEO of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa for twelve years. Prior to that, Busby was the Director of Development for Tulsa Zoo Friends and was with Gilcrease Museum for eight years, serving as Membership Director and Director of Communication. A native of Tulsa, Busby holds a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and French from the University of Tulsa. He has a Master of Arts degree in journalism from Indiana University at Bloomington. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Busby is also a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma Class XVII.
Busby is the past chairman of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust. He is the founding chair of the Route 66 Commission in Tulsa. He also serves on the executive committee of the Tulsa Symphony and Green Country Workforce and serves on the Regional Tourism One Voice Legislative Committee for the Tulsa Regional Chamber. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Tulsa and serves as a consultant in the areas of fundraising, grant writing, strategic planning, and board development for nonprofits across the state. In 2008, Busby received the Governor’s Arts Award for Community Service and the Global Vision Award from Tulsa Global Alliance. In 2011, he received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Holland Hall. In 2013, the Association of Fundraising Professionals named him its Outstanding Fundraising Executive, and in 2015, Busby was named the Leadership Oklahoma Distinguished Graduate.
Dr. Eloy Chavez, Dean- College of Extended Learning, Northeastern State University
Cody Cox, Regional Office Director, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
Ted Cundiff, President & CEO, AVB Bank
Diane Eason Contreras, YWCA Tulsa Director of Immigrant and Refugee Services
Diane Eason Contreras is the director of YWCA Tulsa’s Immigrant and Refugee Services, overseeing I&R programs, community partnerships, and outreach. Diane holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Oklahoma and juris doctorate from California Western School of Law. After law school, Diane was a fellow at the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law in Los Angeles, California where she worked on impact litigation on behalf of immigrants. Subsequently, Diane spent two years on the U.S./Mexico border with ProBAR in Harlingen, Texas, a project of the American Bar Association (ABA), the State Bar of Texas, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). While at ProBAR, Diane managed the children’s team, provided direct services to unaccompanied children, and recruited and mentored volunteer attorneys. Prior to joining YWCA, Diane was a staff attorney with Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma in a Medical Legal Partnership.
Diane is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma and California (inactive) and a member of AILA and the Tulsa County Bar Association. Diane is bilingual (English/Spanish) and has experience with grant writing as well as client-centered research and program design from her time at CAP Tulsa. She is a member of the City’s New Tulsans Implementation Team, supporting the city’s efforts to create pathways for immigrant residents to be welcomed in Tulsa.
Joe Epperley, Communications Director, Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance
Joe Epperley is Communications Director for the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance where he manages an integrated marketing program for one of the state’s largest economic development organizations. He shapes consistent messages to a mix of publics including clients, funding stakeholders, lawmakers, and affiliate organizations.
He earned a journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma and has more than 30 years of experience in the corporate and non-profit sectors. His background includes many years as a newspaper managing editor and marketing stints at social service agencies. He is an award-winning writer with expertise in strategic development and legislative affairs.
The Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance works to build strong communities through innovative and efficient manufacturing. Diversified services focus on improving the bottom line through concepts like Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing, while growing the entire company through new product development, strategic planning and expanded markets.
Joseph Fuller, HR Director, Dal-Tile
Terry Goodson, Programs Manager, Department of Rehabilitation Services
Amber Hatten, Director of Human Resources, Webco Industries
Amber Hatten is the Director of Human Resources for Webco Industries. Webco Industries is a leading manufacturer of carbon and stainless steel specialty tubular products. Amber started with Webco in 2002 and has worked in all areas of Human Resources at Webco and became the Director of Human Resources in 2008. In her role, she leads a team of HR professionals that provide support for the manufacturing facilities located in Oklahoma, Texas and Pennsylvania.
Amber has a Bachelor’s of Business Administration with an emphasis on Human Resources Management from Oklahoma State University and holds the Senior Professional Human Resources certification from the Human Resources Certification Institute. Amber has been a member of the Green Country Workforce Board for three years and currently serves as the Board Chair for Green Country Workforce and she also serves on the Jenks Public Schools Foundation Board. Amber is a Jenks native and currently resides in Jenks with her husband, Duston and their two daughters Adelynn and Brinley.
Tony Heaberlin, Chief Communications and Economic Development Officer, Tulsa Tech
Rachel James, Tulsa Campus Director, Greenheck Group
Rachel James joined Greenheck Group in January 2019 to lead the global manufacturing company’s new Tulsa campus, which is projected to grow from zero to more than 600 employees in the next five years. Her focus at Greenheck includes community relations, strategic partnerships and employer-of-choice initiatives.
Previously, Rachel served for almost five years as VP of inclusion and account services for Schnake Turnbo Frank, a PR and management consulting firm serving small and large clients in all industries. In addition, she was VP of communications and marketing at the Tulsa Regional Chamber where she served programs, including economic development, small business and government affairs. Rachel also served as a freelance writer for TulsaPeople magazine for 10 years. Other prior roles include communications at Family & Children’s Services and managing editor for Oklahoma Magazine.
Rachel is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma and Leadership Tulsa. Currently, she serves on the boards of directors for DVIS, the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless and Tulsa Manufacturers’ Council. Rachel is a member of Mosaic Tulsa, the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance, the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance advisory committee, the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s board of advisors, the Tulsa Press Club and the Public Relations Society of America.
Rachel graduated summa cum laude and “with honors” from Northeastern State University, where she earned both her bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in communication.
Ted Jenkins, Training Director, Electrical Workers Apprentice Training Center (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Tulsa Local 584)
Diane Kelley, Executive Director, Cherokee Nation
Falen LeBlanc, Assistant Program Director, OU OUTREACH National Resource Center for Youth Services
Falen is responsible for the management of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (OKDHS) Successful Adulthood Program. She facilitates training and technical assistance to youth serving agencies nationwide in the areas of youth advisory boards, youth adult partnership, life skills assessment, and the implementation of the Chafee Foster Care Independence Program. She specializes in Independent Living, Permanency, Culteral Diversity, Youth Advocacy, and Transition Planning. Her previous experience includes serving in the state of Idaho for nearly 15 years in direct services with teens and young adults and most recently as the State of Idaho Independent Living Program Specialist. Falen earned her Master’s in Social Work from The Northwest Nazarene University in Nampa, Idaho.
Chelsea Levo Feary, Director of Economic Development, City of Owasso
Chelsea Levo Feary is the Economic Development Director for Owasso, OK. She has had the pleasure to work for the City of Owasso for over ten years. Chelsea focuses her economic development work in Owasso on business retention and expansion, small business development, workforce development, job creation, research, data mining, marketing and public affairs. Last year, Chelsea graduated from the University of Oklahoma Economic Development Institute (OU-EDI) and is pursuing her Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) certification.
Chelsea is an Oklahoma native, graduating from Miami High School in 1994. She then attended Oklahoma State University, graduating in 1998 with a Bachelor’s of Science from the School of Journalism and Broadcasting with an emphasis in Public Relations. Chelsea worked in the Chamber of Commerce world for nearly ten years. She worked as the Membership Director for the Clarksville/Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce in Tennessee from year 2000 – 2001. Following that position, she worked as Military Affairs Director for the Christian County Chamber of Commerce and Fort Campbell, KY from 2001 – 2004. In that role she had the opportunity to work with the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), the 5th Special Forces Group, the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, and the 86th Combat Support Hospital. Chelsea returned to Oklahoma in 2004, where she made Owasso, OK her home. She worked for the Tulsa Regional Chamber as the Government Affairs Manager for over four years. Chelsea left the Tulsa Regional Chamber in 2008 to become Economic Development Director for the City of Owasso.
Chelsea volunteers her time with St. Henry Catholic Church in Owasso as an Adult Faith Formation facilitator, and as a Lay Minister. She volunteers with the Owasso Character Council, Catholic Charities and serves on the boards of Bailey Medical Center, the Owasso YMCA and Green Country Workforce. She enjoys spending time outdoors running, hiking, and gardening; and she unwinds with yoga, writing, reading, and cooking. Chelsea’s favorite pastime is spending time with her husband, John Feary and her children, Ian (14) and Emma (12) and Meredith (23).
Amy McCready, Assistant Director for Union Adult Education and ASPIRE Principal, Union Public Schools
Jay Littlejohn, Center Director, Talking Leaves Job Corps
David Oliver, President, Goodwill Industries of Tulsa, Inc.
David Oliver has served as the President of Goodwill Industries of Tulsa since 1992. Goodwill Industries of Tulsa is a nonprofit organization that provides work opportunities, job training and support services for people with disabilities or other employment barriers. Goodwill Industries of Tulsa was founded in 1927 and serves a territory that includes twenty-five counties in eastern Oklahoma and two counties in southwest Missouri.
Jennifer Overmeyer, Line Engineering Support Supervisor, AAON
Jennifer Overmeyer is the Line Engineering Support Supervisor at AAON, a world leader in creating comfortable and healthy indoor environments through the manufacture of premium HVAC equipment. Jennifer’s responsibilities include running a team of Line Engineers dedicated to problem solving, troubleshooting, and resolving issues in the production facility. Jennifer has a true passion and talent for supporting and bettering AAON’s manufacturing efficiency and capability. She has over 10 years of experience in the HVAC industry covering a wide variety of skills, including mechanical drafting, mechanical design, piping design, and production support.
Jennifer holds an Associate’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tulsa Community College, as well as a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Illinois Institute of Art. She serves as a leader in the Tulsa community dedicating her time to many organizations, including Junior Achievement, AAON Community Council, and Tulsa Running Club.
Jennifer has one grown daughter who graduated from The University of Kansas with a Master’s in Social Work and now works at Children’s Mercy Hospital. Jennifer has a love for animals and currently owns three rescue dogs. She also enjoys adventure activities, such as running, biking, hiking, and rock climbing.
Karen Pennington, Executive Director, Tulsa Community WorkAdvance
Janet Pieren, Assistant Director, Administrative Operations, TEDC
As Assistant Director, Administrative Operations at Tulsa Economic Development Corporation (TEDC), Janet Pieren performs a combination of responsibilities related to administering the organization’s business and general operations. Her responsibilities include ensuring a steady work flow process that affect all activities in the organization, including accounting and loan operations, grants compliance, and loan servicing and office operations; as well as handling special projects.
In partnership with a variety of stakeholders, TEDC uses public and private resources to ensure that all businesses are given equal opportunity to secure financing. Special consideration is granted to those that (1) demonstrate potential to retain existing jobs; (2) have plans to create new jobs; (3) are owned by minority entrepreneurs who have traditionally faced barriers to economic opportunity; and (4) are either located in or agree to relocate to specific areas like historically underutilized business zones.
Ron Ramming, President, Connors State College
(Board Chair) Delaney Rea, Recruiting Manager, Melton Trucking
Peter Selden, Vice President of Workforce Development, Tulsa Community College
Pete Selden serves as the Vice President for Workforce Development at Tulsa Community College where he works across the College’s 38 workforce degree programs and 37 certificate programs that prepare students to go directly into the workplace. He also works to assess workforce needs in the Tulsa area, collaborating with employers and workforce agencies to establish training programs that prepare TCC students for employment. Selden provides leadership to TCC’s 29 community advisory committees that help guide and review the College’s workforce development programs. He came to TCC from Arkansas State University Mid-South in West Memphis, Arkansas where he worked in workforce education for the past 12 years, most recently serving as associate vice chancellor for workforce programs. Selden is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has earned an MBA from Arkansas State University as well as a B.S. in Psychology and a B.S. in Communication from the University of Buffalo.
Jacob Shivers, Director Housekeeping/Laundry, Saint Francis Health System
Rachel Savage, Manager Talent Acquisition, Williams
Lesli Shoals, HR Business Partner, AEP/PSO
Lisa Smith, Executive Director, Northeast Oklahoma Regional Alliance (NORA)
Amy Spencer, Talent Acquisition Manager, NORDAM
Sarah Stisser, Human Resources Generalist, Ross Group
Danielle Storie, Manager, Human Resources Business Partner, Advanced Certified Emergenetics Facilitator
(Board Chair Elect) Tim Thompson, Community Affairs Manager, OG&E Energy Corp.
Lorie Trentham, Practitioner, NEO Health
Jonathan Vanderheiden, Training Coordinator, Schwans
Landon Varnell, Training Coordinator, Plumbers & Pipefitters Apprentice Training Center
Jason Winters, CEO/Owner, McClendon-Winters Funeral
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