Community Impact Report Release

Join us for the latest about Tulsa-area education and learn to ignite action toward change.

ImpactTulsa will release its 6th annual Community Impact Report on January 23, 2020 from 6 to 8pm at OSU-Tulsa. The report features public education data analysis for the Tulsa region that spotlights progress and defines opportunity gaps that exist while making a powerful call to action for all stakeholders in Tulsa County. This year’s theme is Pathways to Opportunity which emphasizes the importance of cradle to career interventions and collaboration among adjacent sectors in support of public education.

 

 

Thursday, January 23

6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

 

OSU-Tulsa

Conference Center Auditorium

700 N. Greenwood Ave,Tulsa, OK 74106

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Event Speakers

G.T. Bynum, Mayor of Tulsa, has pioneered and executed an equal-opportunity platform, establishing the Tulsa Equality Indicators Report, the Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity, and the New Tulsans Initiative, all of which use data to measure various forms of inequality and provide innovative solutions to combat them. In addition, Mayor Bynum takes education seriously and earlier in his term signed an executive order giving City employees the opportunity to participate in Reading Partners. His Administration is also implementing Vision Tulsa, the largest economic development capital improvements program in Tulsa history.

 

John Tapogna, President of ECONorthwest, will present the report analysis. John founded ECONorthwest’s social policy practice, which provides rigorous analytic and evaluation support to education, human services, workforce development, and criminal justice programs across the United States. Prior to joining ECONorthwest, he was a budget analyst for the U.S. Congressional Budget Office, where he forecasted the nation’s welfare spending and estimated the cost of key congressional legislation.  John has been an ImpactTulsa partner since our founding and provides us with a national context for our local data work.

Event Panelists and Facilitator

Panelists:

Joy Hofmeister – State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Oklahoma State Department of Public Education
Pamela Fry, Ed.D – President, OSU-Tulsa
Bruce Dart, Ph.D – Executive Director, Tulsa Health Department
Kuma Roberts – Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Tulsa Regional Chamber
Greg Robinson – Director of Family and Community Ownership, MetCares Foundation
Becky Gligo – Housing Policy Director, City of Tulsa
Krystal Reyes – Chief Resilience Officer, City of Tulsa

 

 

Facilitator:

Carlisha Williams Bradley – Executive Director, ImpactTulsa