12 results for group: board

Teresa Moinette

Andrew West Griffin

Andrew West Griffin is a native of Wichita, Kansas and has lived in Oklahoma since 2005 when he moved to Lawton to work at The Lawton Constitution as a court and crime reporter. Having graduated from John Brown University with a degree in journalism, Andrew has made a career out of writing, ultimately marrying Monica Smith in 2007 and launching the independent, Oklahoma-focused news website Red Dirt Report that same year. Andrew has a passion for peace, social justice, civil rights and marriage equality. He passionately pursues the truth and lives by the words of courageous 19th century abolitionist and hero Elijah P. Lovejoy, who said, before ...

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Marquette Clay

Marlo A. Miller, DDS MS

Marlo considers herself an Oklahoman, growing up in Mustang beginning at age 6.  She received her B.A./D.D.S. degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and went on to earn a Masters of Science and certificate specializing in the field of orthodontics from the University of Tennessee in Memphis in 2005.  After moving back to Oklahoma, she built an orthodontic practice from scratch on the west side of OKC, which has grown into a thriving local business.  She enjoys being able to treat patients of all ages, as well as watching the journeys of changing people’s bites and smiles; the results, of which, make people more comfortable and ...

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Beverly Evans

Paula Sophia Schonauer

Paula Sophia Schonauer wrote a book called Shadowboxer and is trying to get people to read it. She's also a bicycle cop in her day job, pedaling the streets of Oklahoma City trying to keep the peace. When she's not writing or riding, she attends spoken word events, eats her honey's sumptuous cooking, cheers her children's successes, goes on motorcycle excursions, plays her drums, and hugs her friends, family, and chosen family. Oh, yeah... she happens to be transgender.

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Laurette Taylor

Laurette grew up in Jacksonville, FL and still misses the beach after 27 years in Oklahoma. She moved to Norman in 1987 to accept a faculty position at the University of Oklahoma. She lives in Crown Heights with her family (partner Sally, two dogs, and a cat) and has been involved in community and professional service activities for many years. She is returning to the board after a one year hiatus and previously served in a number of positions with the Cimarron board, including serving as board co-chair. She is excited about the opportunity to serve on the board again as we work with the community to achieve our mission of A Fair and Just Oklahoma.

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Jim Busenbark

Jim was born and grew up in Tulsa.  He graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.B.A. in Management.  He is a member of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.  He started his career with Southwestern Bell/AT&T in Oklahoma City. He held various operational and staff positions as a manager.  He has lived in St. Louis, Houston, and Dallas until retiring from AT&T and returning to Oklahoma City.  He started Stress Less-Meditation for Beginners at Cimarron and co-leads the classes.

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Dr. J. David Macey, Jr.

J. David Macey, who grew up in the Boston area and has lived in New York, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Washington state, has been a faculty member at the University of Central Oklahoma since 1999.  He currently chairs the English department at UCO and serves as faculty advisor to UCO’s Student Alliance for Equality (SAFE). A resident of Oklahoma City, David is an active member of the First Unitarian Church, a director of Interweave Continental, the national Unitarian Universalist BGLTQ affinity and advocacy organization; a member of the editorial board of the scholarly journal Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture; and a volunteer for a wide ...

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Randal Marsh

Randal grew up in Seiling, a small farming community in western Oklahoma. He majored in Fashion Marketing at the University of Central Oklahoma, and he has spent the last six years working as a showroom and store manager for New Leaf Florist in Casady Square. He currently resides in The Village with his cocker spaniel, Chardonnay. Randal is in the process of becoming a foster parent through DHS, and he is excited about this new chapter in his life. Randal is passionate about politics and is active to forward the movement of equality and civil rights in Oklahoma. He also serves as Cimarron’s Gala Committee Co-Chair, planning the annual LGBT ...

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