Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2021-10-07 19:11:27 –
Oklahoma City – Mautra Staley Jones, Journal record The 2020 Woman of the Year will give this year’s keynote on October 14, the annual event.
NS Journal record Program, currently 41NS This year, we will recognize the winners of the “50 Making Differences” and nominate the overall winner of this year’s Woman of the Year at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City on Thursday night.
Jones plans to share a message of “hope, inspiration” and “encouragement” with more than 400 expected participants. “I would like to convey a message praising our efforts, but also the tenacity, patience, that we all have to face as women, leaders, mothers, wives and community servants. And it promotes resilience. “She said.
Jones has been with Langston University since 2015 and is currently Vice President of Organizational Progress and Diplomacy, Managing Director of the Langston University Foundation, and Site Administrator of the University’s Oklahoma City Campus.
Jones was named the 2021 Oklahom Mother of the Year by American Mothers Inc. after receiving a PhD in Education from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody University of Education last December as part of her whirlwind year. I chose her in the year. May National Mother of the Year.
“Last year was quite a year,” Jones said. “The pandemic poses a tremendous challenge of having to navigate families, children, schools, and careers. Being recognized in such an era is an honor because we have to overcome many obstacles and challenges, be innovative in our approach, think out of the box, and do the following: Has become more influential and more meaningful to my life. We usually don’t. “
July 2021, Banc First Corp. Announced the appointment of the company to the board of directors. Jones is also an advisory board member of the Oklahoma Metropolitan Council and a board member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, Stitch Crew, Civic Center Foundation, Oklahoma Boys’ Bureau, and Oklahoma City Philharmonic.
Making a difference, serving others, and demonstrating volunteering are all Jones’ passions.
“I’m doing what I love,” she said. “I make a difference because it’s in my heart. It’s deeply rooted in who I am who wants to raise others.”
Jones is a member of the Woman of the Year Circle of Excellence and recognizes three-time winners. This year, six female executives will be added to the prestigious group – Cindy Friedemann, Cynda C. Ottoway, Judy Richey, Julie Knutson, Leah T. Rudnicki, Nyla Ali Kahn
The complete list of winners represents different industries and businesses throughout the state, including prominent public services such as Joyhoff Meister, Kaifroid, Calihicks, Amy Loftis Walton, Mercy Mack, and Briglark. increase.
This event is supported by presenting sponsor Cigna. Partners sponsor Cox Business and Delta Dental. Reception Sponsor Crowe & Dunlevy; Entertainment Sponsor AT & T; Gold Sponsor SSM Health; Forum sponsors Cherokee Nation Business, OG & E, Oklahoma Natural Gas, True Sky Credit Union. And corporate sponsors Morris Enterprises, OCAST, Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, Oklahoma Primary Care Association, Oklahoma Academy, and Ludnikki Office.
A commemorative Woman of the Year program magazine honoring 50 Making a Difference winners Of the journal record October 15th edition.
2021 50 winners who make a difference:
Lorrie Hellcat Bamford, WTH LLC
Sarabary, Oklahoma Primary Care Association
Brenda Jones Berwick, Jones PR
Leah M. Bowles, Oklahoma Central Credit Union
Vanessa R. Brown
Katy Christ, Oklahoma Bank
Norman City Bree Aclark
Kevyn L. Colburn, Tom Morris Enterprises Inc.
Elizabeth Frame Ellison, Robeck Taylor Family Foundation, Mother Road Market, Mother Road Market Shop, Kitchen 66
Erin E. Engelke, April, Calm Water Center for Children and Families
Kay Floyd, Oklahoma Senate
Raleigh Fried, The Salvation Army-Arkansas / Oklahoma Division
Cindy Friedemann, Metro Technology Center
Kelly Gun, Freestyle Creative
AJ Griffin, Paycom
LaLinda Harrison, US Department of Defense
Jean R. Hausheer, MD, FACS, Dean McGee Eye Institute
Melanie Henry, AARP
Carri Hicks, Oklahoma Senate
Joy Hofmeister, Oklahoma Department of Education
Sina Hollander, Express Employment International
Ernst & Young LLP, Anita Hollowway
Molly Jarvis, Cherokee Nation Businesses
Amanda Tip Johnson, First United Bank
Jeanean Yanish Jones, PhD (c), MA, CFRE, Health Alliance for the Uninsured
Tulsa City Kian Kamas
Peggy Kates, Remco Demolition LLC
Nyla Ali Khan, Oklahoma City Community College / Oklahoma Women’s Status Committee
Kristin Killgore, PE, SE, PMP, FSB
Julie Natson, Oklahoma Goal Academy
Lacylet, Central Oklahoma Goodwill Industry
Amy Loftis-Walton, Oklahoma Science and Technology Progress Center (OCAST)
Mercy Mac, Oklahoma Career Technology Education Department
Karla Marshall, Moore Norman Technology Center (MNTC)
Catherine Mazaheli, Mazaheli Law Office
Autumn McMahon, Oklahoma Electric Cooperative
Hospitality House in Tulsa, Toni Moore
Cynda C. Ottaway, Crowe & Dunlevy
Courtney Davis Powell, Spencer Fane
Tammy Powell, SSM Health St. Anthony Hospital – Oklahoma City
Sandra Quince, Bank of America
Judy Ritchie, True Sky Credit Union
Joni Rogers-Kante, SeneGence
Lea T. Ludnikki, Ludnikki Office
Sara Stewart, Solid Serenity Legal Solutions
Mia Tahdooahnippah, Comanche Nation Entertainment
Yoana Walschap, OU Ronnie Irani Center for Energy Solutions
Allison Watkins-Conti, Watkins-Conti Products Inc.
Aruba N. Weaver, OGE Energy
Brigette Zorn, American Heart Association
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