OKLAHOMA CITY — Leadership Oklahoma has selected the members of its thirty-third class from applicants throughout the state, and two have connections to the Muskogee area.
Members of Class 33 who are from the Muskogee area, their employer and where they live are: Shella Bowlin, Cherokee Nation Businesses, Tulsa; Kim Dorr, City of Wagoner, Wagoner.
"Leadership Oklahoma is very proud of the 52 people chosen for this year's program," said Marion Paden, president and CEO, Leadership Oklahoma. "Class 33 is a diverse group of outstanding leaders with a broad range of experience and interests who will enhance the knowledge and understanding of the critical issues impacting the state. Leadership Oklahoma is dedicated to recruiting, educating and connecting caring and committed Oklahomans and providing them with the information and network to create lasting change in Oklahoma.”
Over the next 10 months, Class 33 members will meet monthly to visit nine communities to discuss the many social, environmental and economic complexities of our state in an effort to stimulate inquiry, analysis and solutions for the public good.
Leadership Oklahoma is a statewide organization founded in 1986 to create a network of leaders whose increased awareness and commitment to service will energize Oklahomans to shape the state's future.