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Board of Directors

Vincent LoVoi, Chair, is managing partner of Mimosa Tree Capital Partners, LLC and publisher of This Land Press in Tulsa. Vince previously was a managing partner of the European Union policy practice at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in Brussels. He has also worked for United States Representative Mike Synar from Oklahoma’s 2nd District and the Warner-Lambert Company. Vince serves of the boards of the Texas Observer, Oxford American, and Oklahoma Watch. He completed his undergraduate education at Notre Dame University and received his law degree from George Washington University.

Ann-Clore Duncan, Vice-Chair, a resident of Edmond, is a community volunteer.  She serves as education chair and a trustee to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum Foundation and is past president of Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma and the Junior League of Oklahoma City.  Ann-Clore is also active with United Way of Central Oklahoma and Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.  Her undergraduate degree is from DePauw University.

Don Millican, Treasurer, is a resident of Tulsa. Don is the Chief Financial Officer for Kaiser Francis Oil Company and is Chair of the Oklahoma Christian University Board of Trustees.  Don retired in 2003 as a partner with the accounting firm Ernst and Young.

Nancy Robertson, Secretary, is a resident of Oklahoma City. Nancy retired at the end of 2012 as Senior Vice-President for Communications at Sonic, America’s Drive-In. Previously, she served as Senior Vice President-People and Communications for Sonic. Nancy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oklahoma State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Oklahoma City University.

Felicia Collins Correia, a resident of Tulsa, has over a quarter-century of experience as a non-profit CEO, leading DVIS/Call Rape from 1988-2006 and the YWCA Tulsa from 2006-2014. Upon her retirement from the YWCA, she launched FCC Consultation and Training. Felicia served on the Boards of two national organizations (National Network to End Domestic Violence and YWCA USA) and has numerous awards for her leadership and ability to create social change. She has a double master’s in social work and in public health, both from Columbia University.

Linda Edmondson, a resident of Oklahoma City, is a social worker and community advocate. She serves on community boards including the Women’s Foundation of Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Hospice Foundation, the State Capitol Preservation Commission, and the Center for Poets and Writers at OSU Tulsa. A public member of the national Coalition for Physician Accountability, Edmondson’s primary interest is bioethics and end-of-life issues. She has been honored as a distinguished alumna of the OU College of Arts and Sciences and as Oklahoma’s “Social Worker of the Year.” She has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Oklahoma.

John Feaver, a resident of Chickasha, is President of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma (USAO). John joined the faculty of USAO in 1980 and served as chair of the Division of Business and Social Sciences, Assistant to the President, and Vice President for Academic Affairs before being named the college’s 12th president in 2000. He earned his B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma, and performed military service in Vietnam, where he was awarded the Bronze Star.

Ken Fergeson, a resident of Altus, is chairman of NBC Oklahoma, a state chartered bank with nine locations across Oklahoma.  A passionate supporter of the arts, Fergeson is the current chairman of the Mid-America Arts Alliance Board, past chairman of the national organization, Americans for the Arts, and serves on the boards of various arts associations.  A past chairman of the American Bankers Association, he was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 2009 and received the Oklahoma Governor’s Arts Awards in 2009 and 2014.

David Goin, an Edmond resident, has served as superintendent of Edmond Public Schools since 1999. His 38 year career also included service with Moore and Norman public school districts. David has served on the OU College of Education Board of Advocates and Oklahoma Educator’s Leadership Academy board.  He was recognized as 2008 Oklahoma School Superintendent of the Year. David graduated from Abilene (TX) Christian University, later earning masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Oklahoma.

Susan Neal, a resident of Tulsa, is Vice President, Public Affairs and Economic Development at the University of Tulsa.  Susan has 30 years of experience in Oklahoma and Washington working with government at federal, state and municipal levels, along with extensive experience in the private and non-profit sectors. She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Oklahoma State University.