2018 Tulsa Woman of the Year Honoree
A little about the award:
Each year, YWCA, in partnership with the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women, honors 10 of Tulsa’s brightest female figures through Women of the Year — Pinnacle Awards. This Grammy's-style, star-studded showcase features empowered women, enlightened men and riveting entertainment. Women of the Year – Pinnacle Award winners embody the mission of YWCA, eliminating racism and empowering women; and uphold the legacy of the Pinnacle Awards. That legacy is reflected in these women who are role models in their professions, take risks on behalf of others, perform community services and advocate for women’s issues and concerns.
Now about us:
Together Towards Tomorrow is how we obtain maximum potential in our organization.
Our Current News:
The Oklahoma Association of the Deaf has been working hard to serve our deaf and hard of hearing Oklahomans. The board works diligently to give our time to focus on important things happening around our community and educating those around us of our diverse culture. We are working hard to get our organization moving forward in this new term 2017-2019 with our new board. If you are not a member, join us today! Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Hearing people who support our mission and vision statement are welcome to join!
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Internal member only updates
Reminders of lapsing membership and more!
We may also at times provide discount for members to events we host
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The mission of the Oklahoma Association of the Deaf (OAD) is to promote, protect and preserve the civil rights and quality of life of deaf and hard of hearing individuals in Oklahoma.
The vision of the Oklahoma Association of the Deaf (OAD) is that even deaf and hard of hearing individual can and will obtain maximum potential through increased independence, productivity and integration without barriers.
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Please encourage our Deaf community to join and work together towards tomorrow!
Oklahoma Association of the Deaf is a non-profit 501c3 organization.