LUNCH & LEARN
Leadership Oklahoma Lunch & Learn – Cattle Queen of Texas
There were many colorful and fascinating characters working in the cattle business in the nineteenth century. Here is your chance to meet one of the most interesting. Lizzie Johnson, otherwise known as the Cattle Queen of Texas, was a pioneering woman who brushed aside gender roles to become a successful cattle-woman and rancher. Join us as we welcome her to the Heritage Center to tell us what life was like for a trail-blazing woman finding success in a male-dominated industry.
Lizzy Johnson will tell you her story and answer your questions in this special time-traveling Lunch and Learn presentation.
September 16, 2021 From 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Chisholm Trail Heritage Center
1000 Chisholm Trail Pkwy
Duncan, OK 73533
WELCOME CLASS 34!
WELCOME CLASS 34
Things are starting to return to normal… and Class 34 is finally going to be able to meet. The Class 34 Welcoming Reception & Orientation is scheduled for 4:00 – 5:00 on Friday, July 30th at the Oklahoma History Center. All LOK members are encouraged to come meet Class 34! Please RSVP to ensure an accurate headcount. And don’t forget to pick up a 2021-2022 Annual Report and Directory while you’re there!
REFER A LEADER FOR LOK CLASS 35
KNOW A GREAT LEADER? LET US KNOW!
Members and Friends of Leadership Oklahoma – we need your help!
If you know great candidates for LOK Class 35, please complete the form by clicking the link below. Please fill out a form for each person, follow up and encourage them to apply, and let us know how we can provide support throughout the process. Self-referrals are also encouraged!
When the application for selection becomes available, we will contact you and/or your referral with an application packet and a personal invitation to apply. We appreciate your interest in Leadership Oklahoma Class 35!
Class 35 will convene August 2022.
OUR MULTI-YEAR SPONSORS
Mary K. Chapman Foundation
McGowan Family Foundation
Western Farmers Electric Cooperative
Clark & Wanda Bass Family Foundation
“You hear about LOK, but you do not know about LOK until you have experienced it. Diversity of thought, geography, backgrounds, personalities, political philosophies, and a common thread of making the State of Oklahoma a better place to conduct business and raise a family is what makes LOK special. It will not be easy, but we have to be the change agents. No longer should we hear/accept that we do not have the ‘political will’ to do the right thing.”
“At the risk of sounding dramatic, LOK has totally changed me both personally and professionally. I have been challenged and inspired so much that the various circles around me have taken notice. In turn, I’ve lit sparks and fires in them.”
“Leadership Oklahoma has had a significant impact on me personally and professionally. Professionally, I have had the opportunity to network with others across the state that I never would have had the opportunity to meet. Personally, I am reflecting on my role as a citizen in this fine state.”