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Connecting Beyond the Circle
Additionally, Connecting Beyond the Circle will be offered to all WLC members registered as giving $500 or more annually to the Tulsa Area United Way. To confirm your giving information is correctly logged, please email WLC@tauw.org or refer to the form on the right.
Tuesday, June 6
5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m.
at the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma headquarters
Space is limited, so register yourself and a friend today!
Did you know …
Join us for an engaging panel discussion on careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and why encouraging our children to pursue these educational paths is important.
We will enjoy Girl Scout cookies provided by our host, the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma (a Tulsa Area United Way partner agency), as well as a selection of wines and beers to pair with the sweet treat. Also be sure to stay to hear a short presentation from Girl Scouts President and CEO Roberta Preston and a tour of their new headquarters.
Program director for Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance
Energy management leader for ONEOK
Director of corporate responsibility for NORDAM and president of Tulsa Flight Night, a nonprofit funding STEM education programs and projects in Oklahoma
A community activist born and raised in Tulsa who currently serves as Mayor G.T. Bynum's assistant for community development and policy
Alison Anthony, moderator
Director of strategic outreach for Williams
|Advocacy 101 Boot Camp: How One Person Can Make a Difference|
|More than 40 WLC members and guests attended the most recent Connecting Beyond the Circle, Advocacy 101 Boot Camp: How One Person Can Make a Difference, for a discussion on how to effectively engage and advocate at the local and state level for laws and policy objectives. Pictured are, from left, Lisa McLarty, WLC Education Committee Chair; Amber England, Executive Director of Stand for Children Oklahoma; Suzanne Schreiber, Tulsa Public School Board of Education vice president and District 7 representative; WLC Chair Susan Crenshaw; and TAUW Affinity Group Manager Kate Starr. Our facilitators used examples of how to influence decisions on education in our city and state, but the tools they provided will translate to whatever issues we might seek to influence.|