Your Campaign Team

 

Sam Dagnall
Campaign Account Manager
sdagnall@tauw.org
918.295.6636

Areas of Responsibility:

Business/Retail
Manufacturing/Port of Catoosa
Live United Network
Construction/Real Estate
CommTech

Sam Dagnall joined the United Way in 2017 after serving as a Loaned Executive in the 2015 campaign. During his time as an LE, he found a passion for non-profits and desire to serve his community.

Before the United Way, Sam began his career at QuikTrip, starting as a part time clerk in 2009, and working his way through the ranks to store manager. At QuikTrip, Sam served on a contribution committee, which helped decide where to allocate donated funds throughout the community.

Sam enjoys being part of a team and brings his passion for philanthropy to his role at the United Way.

Haley Buzzard Hamilton
Campaign Operations Director
hbuzzard@tauw.org
918.295.6664

Areas of Responsibility:

Accountants
Attorneys
Healthcare
Insurance
Non-Profits
State
Finance

Haley M. Buzzard Hamilton has more than 10 strong years of experience in community development.

She recently earned a masters degree in Public Service Management from DePaul University in Chicago, IL.

Prior to focusing full time on graduate school she worked for Cherokee Nation Businesses. Her area of expertise includes research, media relations, community and government relations and event planning. She worked to develop and deliver key messages for tailored audiences.

Before leaving for Chicago, Buzzard was active in the community and has extensive public engagement and participation with the Tulsa Indian Affairs Commission, Leadership Tulsa 39, Tulsa Metro Chamber Mosaic Board, Catoosa City Parks Board, Catoosa Chamber of Commerce, Cherokee Nation Healing to Wellness Court and Cherokee Nation community organizations.

Buzzard earned a B.A. of mass communications and public relations from Northeastern State University, and an associate’s degree from Haskell Indian Nations University.

Buzzard currently lives in Catoosa, OK. She is a dual citizen of the Cherokee Nation and the Kickapoo Tribe of Kansas.

Chase Mowery
Campaign Account Manager
cmowery@tauw.org
918.295.6661

Areas of Responsibility:

Cities
Education
Tulsa County
Bristow
Okmulgee
Sapulpa

Chase Mowery joined the United Way in the spring of 2018 after working as the Community Engagement Coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma, a United Way partner agency.

Originally from Illinois, Chase came to Tulsa to serve as an AmeriCorps Member with City Year, a national nonprofit that serves at-risk youth. While in City Year, Chase was the Positive School Climate Coordinator at Daniel Webster High School. Prior to City Year, Chase earned his B.A. in English at Monmouth College, graduating with honors in 2014.

Chase currently serves as a Big Brother to his Little, Logan. He is excited to join the Campaign Team to help make the Tulsa community a better place to live, work, and raise a family.

Steve Sumrall
Senior Campaign Account Manager
ssumrall@tauw.org
918.295.6629

Areas of Responsibility:

Aerospace
Energy &
Energy Services
Transportation

Steve Sumrall joined the United Way after serving as a Loaned Executive in the 2013 campaign. A long time Tulsan, Steve has over 20 years experience in B2B sales and management. As a passionate advocate for the TAUW, Steve relishes the opportunity to utilize his customer-centric business experience in a role that helps build a stronger community.

Have other questions or not sure who your staff member is?  Feel free to ask us!

 

Cynthia Qualls
Vice President, Resource Development
cqualls@tauw.org
918.295.6662

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Improving life in North Tulsa, providing mediation between tenants and landlords to decrease evictions, helping those released from prison to pursue an education, get a job and make sound financial decisions, and improving the financial literacy of low-income families without access to banks are among community projects to receive Social Innovation Grants from the Tulsa Area United Way.