Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Welcomes New Staff

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 18, 2017
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Joshua Lunsford
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Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits Welcomes New Staff

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA – The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, the state’s preeminent provider of training, consultation and advocacy services to the charitable sector has hired Kim Leveridge as Director of Learning and Professional Development, Ramond Walker as Manager of Training and Linh Sasser as Communications Coordinator and Bookkeeper.

“The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits prides itself on being an employer of choice,” Marnie Taylor, President and CEO, said. “We have a tremendous staff, and as we grow, I’m happy to welcome new faces, skill sets and perspectives to help us meet our mission of building better communities through effective nonprofits.”

Kim Leveridge joins OKCNP after careers in management, hospitality, business development and human resources, education and research. In addition, Leveridge founded CDR Assessment Group, Inc. and has consulted in leadership and analytics for NORDAM, Williams Companies and the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. Leveridge received her B.A. in Organization Communication from the University of Oklahoma and her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tulsa.

“As a lifelong Oklahoman, I have admired OKCNP’s mission to support and build effectiveness of nonprofits across the state,” said Leveridge. “This is an amazing opportunity to learn from a talented and passionate community of nonprofit professionals and contribute whatever I can to this mission. I am so fortunate to work with this extraordinary Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits team.”

Ramond Walker joins OKCNP as an experienced development instructor, having developed online and in-person courses for adults. Walker has produced leadership conferences and received his bachelors in marketing and graphic design from Oral Roberts University.

“I am excited to work for the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits because of their commitment to the sustainability and growth of Oklahoma’s leading organizations,” said Walker. “I am passionate about being apart of the transformative change these organizations are bringing to the people and causes of Oklahoma and an was compelled to marry my core values with the initiatives of the center.”

Linh Sasser joins OKCNP after having careers in the energy sector and higher education. In addition to her professional career, Sasser spent much of her time leading young professional organizations, serving the community as a volunteer and developing marketing plans for local organizations. Sasser received her degree in Journalism and Broadcasting, emphasis in Public Relations from Oklahoma State University.

“I have been passionate about giving back to the community who helped raised me, for as long as I can remember,” said Sasser. “Working for the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits will allow me to have an amazing opportunity to use my skills and abilities to invest back into the community.”

For more information about the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits training, consulting and shared services programs, please visit www.OKCNP.org.

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Questions can be directed to Josh Lunsford, Director of Communications, at jlunsford@okcnp.org or 405-463-6886, x207.

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The Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits (OKCNP) is a statewide nonprofit organization equipping and strengthening the Oklahoma nonprofit sector through training, consulting, advocacy, membership, networking and awards. Our mission is “building better communities through effective nonprofits.”

NOTE TO EDITOR: Images available upon request. Contact Josh Lunsford at jlunsford@okcnp.org or Linh Sasser at lsasser@okcnp.org for more information.

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