Broken Arrow Ledger - October 7, 2015
Each year, the Broken Arrow High School Alumni Association honors five individuals as Great Graduates. This year’s class includes a music industry legend, a minister who distinguished himself by never learning now to say “no;” a living success story, one of the area’s most respected educators and a woman widely known as the state’s water resources queen.
All five honorees will be recognized at halftime of the BA-Edmond Santa Fe football game on Oct. 30. This year’s Great Graduate from the Class of 1982, Amy Anne Waller Ford, is one of the most highly involved individuals anywhere.
edmondchamber.com - August 20, 2015
Class XXXI of Leadership Edmond has been selected by the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce. Leadership Edmond is a nine-session program, sponsored and coordinated by the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce to identify, educate and develop a select group of Edmond citizens for positions of community leadership. Class XXXI is presented by OU Medical Center Edmond.
The program’s principal goal is to build a resource of community leadership on a planned, continuing basis with four specific objectives: to identify potential community leaders; to expand the leadership potential of participants by increasing their knowledge of Edmond and the critical issues that face the community and by exposing participants to present community leaders; to improve communications between present and future leaders; and to provide a channel for those not presently in leadership roles to gain access to positions of community leadership in an informed and responsible manner.
RedANT Partner Amy Anne Ford Selected for Journal Record's Fifty Making a Difference, 2015 Finalist for Woman of the Year
The Journal Record - August 15, 2015
OKLAHOMA CITY (JR) – Mary Foley, a best-selling author and former co-host of the Girlfriend We Gotta Talk! radio show, will be the featured speaker at the 2015 Journal Record Woman of the Year awards gala set for Oct. 1 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. For more than three decades, The Journal Record has strived to inspire women through its Woman of the Year program, honoring female business and community leaders.
Each year hundreds of nominations are received from across the state for this program. The honorees will be recognized at the banquet and in the publication Fifty Making a Difference. The Woman of the Year will be announced during the evening program.
The Journal Record - May 21, 2015
Melissa Scaramucci dared a group of Oklahoma’s young leaders to develop a plan of intentional giving. Scaramucci, a local independent movie producer, spoke at The Journal Record’s 12th annual Achievers Under 40 event in Oklahoma City on May 21, 2015. Members of the 2015 Class of Achievers Under 40 were honored for their professional and community achievements at a luncheon at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel.
leadershipoklahoma.com - July 9, 2014
Leadership Oklahoma is a statewide organization encompassing citizens from every region of the state ensuring a diverse group of leaders. It has a membership of approximately 1430 adult leaders from 167 communities bringing expertise in business, education, health, government, non-profit, finance, law, and utility sectors from across the state.
Each year Oklahoma leaders who represent a wide geographic base and who have diverse backgrounds and vocations are selected to participate. Each class is exposed to the many social and environmental complexities of the state in order to stimulate inquiry, analysis and independent development of solutions for the public good. Class members meet and talk with Oklahoma’s current leaders and explore the state’s opportunities, needs, issues and resources.