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Foundation for OCCC Adds Four Area Leaders to Board of Trustees

Community leaders line up to support Oklahoma City Community College

    (Published: 09-03-20)


The Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College today announced four new appointees to its Board of Trustees, each for a three-year term. Michael “Mick” Brannan, Phil Busey, Sr., Danielle Hoeltzel and Lynda Mobley are the new appointees. 

“We’re very grateful these four accomplished community leaders have offered their support for our mission,” said Von Allen, Executive Director of The Foundation. “Each brings unique knowledge, skills and spheres of influence that will help us create opportunities for our students and the community.”

Mick Brannan is the Operations Senior Manager for Aircraft Modernization and Modification for The Boeing Company in Oklahoma City; Phil Busey, Sr. is the founder, chairman and CEO of DRG Management; Danielle Hoeltzel is the Director of Organizational Development at Express Employment Professionals’ international headquarters; and Lynda Mobley is the Foundation Partner for Corporate Giving at ONE Gas.

“Oklahoma City Community College offers opportunities for anyone who wants them,” said Allen. “And The Foundation is an entity whose sole purpose is to help create those opportunities. We couldn’t do that without our exceptional Board of Trustees.”

The Foundation for Oklahoma City Community College is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization formed in 1998 by a group of community and business leaders who wanted to encourage private support for Oklahoma City Community College. In fiscal year 2020, The Foundation awarded more than $210,000 in scholarships to students, and so far during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Foundation has awarded nearly $100,000 in emergency grants to more than 350 students experiencing financial hardships.

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