Candor’s Account Executive is one of 25 business leaders in Board Serve Program
Chosen by their respective companies to participate, these graduates met once a month in the evening from September to April for expert-led sessions in nonprofit board governance, leadership skills, nonprofit law, fundraising, crisis management and other critical skills to serve on a nonprofit board.
The Board Serve Program was developed in 2013 at United Way of Central Oklahoma to help strengthen Partner Agencies within our community with professionally trained board members. Upon graduation, members are matched with a nonprofit agency to serve a year as a board member.
The 25 newly trained graduates were matched with 19 nonprofit agencies.
American Red Cross, Central & Western Oklahoma Region
Adam Christensen, Merrill Lynch
Nathan Shirley, Cemplex Group
Arthritis Foundation, Oklahoma Chapter
Kristina Evans, American Fidelity
Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma
Julie Coffee, High Impact Management
Celebrations Preschool, Inc.
Laurie Williams, BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse
Julie Jungman, McGladrey, LLP
Daily Living Centers
Creig Stephans, OGE Energy Corp.
Anne Schudder, McGladrey, LLP
Courtney Walker, FAA
Family Builders, Inc.
Angie Christopher, Oklahoma City Community College
Brett Carnes, McGladrey, LLP
Health Alliance for the Uninsured
Aldwyn Sappleton, Department of Commerce
The Homeless Alliance
Kyle Stewart, McGladrey, LLP
Neighborhood Services Organization
Jacqueline Sit, Candor Public Relations
Oklahoma Foundation for the Disabled
Chelsea Canada, Oklahoma Dental Association
Steve Adamo, First Fidelity Bank
Oklahoma United Methodist Circle of Care
Cherree Warner, New Discoveries Youth & Family Services
RSVP of Central Oklahoma, Inc.
Derek Ebert, United States District Court
TEEM (The Education & Employment Ministry)
Tiece Dempsey, United States District Court
Jake Winkler, McGladrey, LLP
Youth Services for Oklahoma County
Kathrine Mazaheri Franze, Mazaheri Law Firm
Maheshkumar Kristnan, G E
Youth and Family Services, Inc.
YWCA Oklahoma City
Diana Rawdon, Bank of Oklahoma