Board of Directors
Ann-Clore Duncan, 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 a college admissions adviser and a trustee to the Board of Visitor’s at DePauw University where she received her undergraduate degree.
Felicia Collins Correia, Secretary, 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.
Dr. John Feaver, Vice-President, 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.
Vincent LoVoi, Past-Chair, a resident of Tulsa, is managing partner of Mimosa Tree Capital Partners, LLC and publisher of This Land Press. 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.
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.
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, her primary interest is bioethics and end-of-life issues. Linda 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.
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.
Charles (Chuck) Garrett, a resident of Tulsa, serves as the executive vice president of Cherokee Nations Businesses, the tribally-owned holding company of the Cherokee Nation, designed to create economic opportunities and prosperity for the Cherokee Nation and all of northeast Oklahoma. Chuck’s professional experience includes senior management and board-level roles in the legal, investment banking, commercial real estate, and investment management industries with companies from coast to coast. He received a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School and his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Oklahoma.
Dr. David Goin, a resident of Edmond, has been a public school teacher and administrator with the Moore, Norman and Edmond public school districts since 1980. He served as Superintendent of Edmond Public Schools from 1999 until his retirement in 2015. He has served on the University of Oklahoma’s Rainbolt College of Education Board of Advocates and as a trustee of the Edmond Economic Development Authority, and in 2008 was recognized as the OASA Oklahoma School Administrator of the Year. A native of Waurika, he graduated from Abilene (TX) Christian University, later earning masters and doctoral degrees from the University of Oklahoma.
Holbrook Lawson is an independent art advisor and consultant based in Tulsa. Holbrook serves on the Board of numerous arts and civic organizations, including the Oklahoma Arts Council, Philbrook Museum, and Ruskin Art Club, and serves as the Art Commissioner for the City of Tulsa and State of Oklahoma. She earned a Ph.D. from the University of North Texas, a master’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin and a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University.
Dr. Joseph (Joe) Siano, a resident of Norman, became superintendent of Norman Public Schools in 2000. Joe received his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1976 from Oklahoma City University, his Master of Science in 1979 from the University of Central Oklahoma, and his Doctor of Philosophy in 1985 from the University of Oklahoma. In addition to his Superintendent certification, he is certified in guidance and counseling, elementary education, and elementary administration. Joe is a member of numerous civic organizations, including service as chair of the United Way of Norman for 2013-14.
Andrew Tevington, a resident of Ardmore, is an attorney for Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc., which provides legal services for people who are indigent or elderly. He served Henry Bellmon as press secretary in the U.S. Senate and as general counsel and chief of staff in the governor’s office. His long career of public service also includes terms as assistant district attorney in Oklahoma County, assistant attorney general in two attorney general administrations, general counsel for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, and counsel to the Regional University System of Oklahoma. For many years, he also served as a United Methodist pastor and wrote a book about religions practiced in the state. He earned a law degree from the University of Oklahoma, a master of divinity degree from Phillips Theological Seminary, and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Oklahoma State University.