Leadership Tulsa last week announced members of Tulsa Class 62.
Participants will spend nine months exploring the community, its history, its current opportunities and challenges and will complete a placement on a Tulsa area nonprofit board.
Participants build knowledge, skills and connections that assist them become more effective leaders professionally and in volunteer roles in the community, the organization said in a news release.
The next application deadline will be Oct. 15 for Class 63 that begins in January.
The newest members are:
Lisa Adams, Pinnacle Recruiting Group
Evan Anderson, Key Construction
Monica Barczak, St. John Health System
Carla Biggs, Hilti
Clarence Boyd, Simmons Bank
Jeffrey Brown, Public Service Co. of Oklahoma
Nancy Curry, Zarrow Family Foundations
Stacey Curtis, BOK Financial
Jordan Dalgleish, Murphy Francy PLLC
Sabrina Darby, Tulsa SPCA
Ben Dye, Harrison Energy Partners
Walter Edge, Cowen Construction
Lehabim Escoto-Flores, City of Tulsa
Anahi Espitia-Hill, Business Resource Unlimited
Monika Friedman, Teach For America
Amy Gerald, University of Tulsa
Jared Goldfarb, BancFirst
Karen Graham, AEP
Daniel Grisham, Tulsa Port of Catoosa
Ashley Groom, OSU Center for Health Sciences
Duane Harman, AAON
Jene Harmon, Webco Industries Inc.
Kevin Harper, A New Leaf Inc.
Eric Hilaire, Tulsa Federal Credit Union
Clarence Jackson, Tulsa Tech
Deneisha Johnson, Monte Cassino
Josh Jones, KKT Architects Inc.
Mariah Judd, Magellan Midstream Partners
Alexie Kindrick, Ross Group
Brandon Lohse, ONE Gas
Michael Madsen, BKD
DeAnne McAbee, Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Rodrigo Moreno, Tulsa Housing Authority
Leslie Neal, Modus
Erica Parker, Tulsa Youth Symphony
Crystal Perry, Tulsa County Clerk’s Office
Carly Putnam, Oklahoma Policy Institute
Holly Raley, Tulsa Community Foundation
Torii Ransome Freeman, YWCA Tulsa
Eileen Schaumleffle, Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice
Pedro Serrano, Cimarex Energy
Adam Stogner, Manhattan Construction Co.
Caitlin Taylor, Community Member
Joseph Tieu, Enduvo Inc.
Heather Torgeson, Blue Sky Bank
Ashton Vann, Boomerang Printing
Jamie Wheeler, AVB Bank
Lorene Bible on the newly resumed search for her daughter Lauria Bible