Eric Harlow selected for Leadership Oklahoma

Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow

Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow was one out of 51 people carefully selected to be members of the 35th Leadership Oklahoma class.

“I am extremely honored to be selected to join Leadership Oklahoma as part of Class 35 and to have the opportunity to take part in this esteemed leadership program that has produced so many revered leaders in our state,” Harlow said.

Harlow has served as the City of Guthrie’s Fire Chief since March 2011.

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.

“Leadership Oklahoma is very proud of the 51 people chosen for this year’s program,” said Marion Paden, President and CEO, Leadership Oklahoma. “Class 35 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 connect, collaborate and create lasting positive change in Oklahoma.”

Over the next ten months, Class 35 members will meet monthly to visit nine communities; Seminole, Lawton/Fort Sill, McAlester, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Sulphur, Ponca City, Guymon and Norman 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.

Other members of Class 35 and their employer include: Chauvin Aaron, Ardmore City Schools, LLC; Katie Archer, Rees Associates; Phil Armstrong, Greenwood Rising; Ford Austin, Anderson Family Office; Michael Basch, ATENTO Capital; Del Beaver, Muscogee (Creek) Nation; Casey Bell, BancFirst; Chris Bernard, Hunger Free Oklahoma; Scott Blubaugh, AFR/OFU Cooperative; Doug Brown, Idabel Public Schools; Leta Burwell, The Chickasaw Nation; Cassia Carr, City of Tulsa; Teira Cole, FISTA Development Trust Authority; Sara Delgado, Williams; Viktor Desai, Fresh Hospitality; Stacy Dykstra, Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma; Jessica Garvin, Bison Health Management and Oklahoma State Senate; Daniel Gomez, Conner & Winters, LLP; Jessica Gregg, Choctaw Defense Manufacturing; Jesse Guardiola, Guardiola Consulting; Nathaniel Harding, Cortado Ventures; Aimee Harlow, CCG – Catalyst Consulting Group; Craig Harper, Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma; Chris Harrison, Heritage Funeral Home; Shay Hayes, Viridian Coffee; Matt Layton, LegalShield; James Leewright, Oklahoma Restaurant Association, Oklahoma Hotel and Lodging Association, and the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association; Tom Leydorf, Chickasaw Nation Industries Inc.; Stacy Loeffler, BKL, Inc.; Mandy Mayberry, Autry Technology Center; Saidy Orellana, Oklahoma Historical Society; Camille Owens, Nabholz Construction Corporation; Jennifer Pham, Oklahoma City Indian Clinic; Chris Purdy, Tri-County Electric Cooperative (TCEC); Daniel Regan, Tulsa Airport Improvement Trust; Philip Wade Scaramucci, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris; Brandon Scott, Cherokee Nation Businesses; Muhammad Sezer, Raindrop Turkish House; Emily Shuart, OG&E; Julia Sibilla, U.S. Department of Defense; Jennifer Springer, Oklahoma Department of Commerce; Robbie Squires, Cox Communications; Tim Starkey, Great Salt Plains Health Center, Inc.; Traci Thorpe, Pioneer Technology Center; Duane Winship, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma; Clair Wood, Osage Nation; Colby Wyatt, Oklahoma Army National Guard; and, Tommy Yi, StarSpace46 Inc.


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