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Press Releases | Member Mentions

Press Releases | Member Mentions

Community News & Member Mentions

This page is a collection of Community News (submitted by our community partners) and Member Mentions (submitted by Chamber members). Member Mentions is new to Moore Chamber members and we are super excited to launch this feature. If you are a member of the Moore Chamber, be sure to select "Member Mentions" category when submitting your press release.

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Dr. Mautra Staley Jones, President of Oklahoma City Community College, has been named by Forbes a Top 10 Black Higher Ed CEO to Watch in 2023. This annual list recognizes outstanding leaders in higher education who are making a significant impact in their respective institutions and communities.

Oklahoma City Community College

Moore Public Schools will host its annual Teacher Job Fair at 6 p.m. on Feb. 23 at Southmoore High School located at 2901 S. Santa Fe Ave. in Moore. All new and seasoned educators considering employment options are encouraged to attend.

Moore Public Schools

Visit highlights industry growth in the Sooner State

Solar Power of Oklahoma welcomed Senate Pro Tempore Greg Treat on Thursday to discuss the renewable energy market, the company announced today.

Solar Power of Oklahoma

Volunteers of the Moore Chamber of Commerce Race the Clock to Tell the Chamber Story

Moore Chamber of Commerce

Heidi Convery-Liscum, a Gallup-certified strengths coach, best-selling author and president/founder of Flourish, LLC, will be the keynote for the Moore Chamber of Commerce’s Women’s Leadership Luncheon on Friday, Feb. 10, from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Yellow Rose Theater at 1005 SW 4th Street in Moore.

Moore Chamber of Commerce

Solar Power of Oklahoma Earns Certification for Innovative Tesla Solar Roof

After being specially recruited by Tesla, Solar Power of Oklahoma (SPO) is now teaming up with Tesla to offer a unique, innovative product this year, the company announced today. Thanks to the new partnership, Oklahoma-based SPO can now install Tesla Solar Roof.

Solar Power of Oklahoma

Nominations due Jan. 14, 2023

The Moore Chamber of Commerce will recognize exceptional members of the Moore community that have shown leadership and business growth at its 2nd annual “Salute to Excellence” Awards Mixer on Tuesday, Feb. 23, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Station at Central Park, 700 Broadway Ave in Moore. The annual event serves to raise the profile of the businesses and professionals of the Moore area that exemplify the excellence that makes our community world-class.

Moore Chamber of Commerce

The Moore Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce a new support local campaign for Moore area businesses. The Make It Moore.Biz year-long discount program will benefit local shoppers, businesses, young fundraising enthusiasts and the entire community.

Moore Chamber of Commerce

The Moore Chamber of Commerce is proud to present its 25th Leadership Moore class consisting of 20 individuals who live or work in the Moore School district.

Moore Chamber of Commerce

Oklahoma City Community College engineering student, Jaylynn Jarrell won $100,000 last night in the 2022 Dr. Pepper Tuition Giveaway during the halftime show at the Big Ten Championship game.

Oklahoma City Community College

Dr. Jones becomes the first woman and first person of color to the lead the College

Oklahoma City Community College held a historic investiture of its eleventh President, Dr. Mautra Staley Jones on Friday, Nov. 11, 2022. Jones was formally installed and became the first female and first person of color to serve OCCC in this capacity.

Oklahoma City Community College

Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) announced today a partnership with the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Football League Alumni Association to offer educational opportunities for former student athletes interested in completing a college degree.

Oklahoma City Community College

Oklahoma City Community College will use a $50,000 grant from the Gaylord Foundation to expand performances and art offerings to the community. The funds will support the 2022-2023 Performing Arts Series as well as other 50th anniversary activities at OCCC.

Oklahoma City Community College

The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded Oklahoma City Community College a five-year, $1.16 million federal TRIO Program Educational Opportunity Centers grant. The grant will help promote college readiness and accessibility to adults pursuing postsecondary education.

Oklahoma City Community College

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and due to high industry demand, Oklahoma City Community College is offering more cybersecurity courses.

Robert Ruiz

At the Ginny Freeman Shelter Insurance Agency, Ginny and her daughter, Kristy Freeman Clark, provide clients with comprehensive insurance services customized to meet their needs.

Ginny Freeman

Fill the Bus sets new record with this year's school supply drive to benefit Moore Public Schools teachers.

Kelly Arnold APR

Today’s leaders are operating in a world that demands more transparency, technical savvy and emotional intelligence than ever before. Here are some trends leaders need to be aware of as they navigate 2022 and beyond.

Kallie Kleinschmidt

The 179D energy-efficiency tax deduction offers a financial incentive for making energy-efficient building improvements. Read more about how one Fortune 500 company was able to realize a $26 million tax deduction with 179D.

Kallie Kleinschmidt

Oklahoma City Community College President Dr. Mautra Staley Jones announced that the college has forgiven nearly $4 million in student debt using COVID-19 relief funds for its Fresh Start Initiative, which impacts over 4,500 OCCC students.

Kim Terry
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