Better Conversations Session
Jan
19
Tuesday 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join the Memorial in lively and interactive online facilitated conversations as we navigate challenging topics every Tuesday night from 7 to 8pm throughout the month of January. Former Oklahoma Attorney General and past Oklahoma State Senator Mike Turpen and AJ Griffin will kick off this exciting series of discussions on January 12. It’s free to participate, but spots are limited, so register today!

What lessons have we learned from 2020 and should carry forth in 2021?

Facilitated by Ann-Clore Duncan, Duncan College Consulting, Memorial Trustee

*All sessions will be held on Zoom*

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  • All sessions are from 7 to 8pm CT on Zoom.
  • Facilitated by John Kennedy – Former Oklahoma Secretary of State | Memorial Board Vice Chair
  • Facilitated by Dr. Susan Chambers – Lakeside Women’s Hospital | Memorial Trustee
  • Facilitated by Chris Fleming – Partner of REHCO, LLC | Memorial Board Treasurer
  • Facilitated by Dr. Don Betz – President Emeritus, University of Central Oklahoma | Memorial Trustee
  • A special collaborative Better Conversations session with:
    Senator Kevin Matthews – 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission Chair
    Phil Armstrong – 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission Project Director
    Jabee – Hip Hop Artist | Community Activist
    Bob Ross – CEO of Inasmuch Foundation | Memorial Board Chair
    Kari Watkins – Executive Director of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum
  • Facilitated by Kathy Oden-Hall – Former Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Paycom | Memorial Trustee

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Want to learn how to facilitate your own Better Conversations? Check out our free online facilitation course available today and watch for upcoming live facilitator trainings throughout 2021.

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