Teen Board

The Oklahoma Hall of Fame Teen Board offers students the opportunity to promote pride in the community and state, while at the same time learn valuable real-world skills. Students also have the opportunity to meet notable Oklahomans and participate in Organization and Museum programming. The Teen Board is responsible for planning and implementing an annual fundraiser to benefit the education programs of the Organization and Museum. 

2016 Oklahoma Hall of Fame Land Run 10K | 5 K | 1-Mile Fun Run - Saturday, March 5, 2015


Evan Barton | Booker T. Washington | Chairman
Minna Apostolova | Casica Hall Prep School | Vice Chairman
Tu Doan | Edmond Santa Fe High School | Treasurer
Dave Devarat | Heritage Hall High School | Secretary

Edward Armitage | Heritage Hall High School
Brayden Baird | Perry High School
Nia Blackwell | Edmond Santa Fe High School
Dajah Brooks | Casica Hall Prep School
William Bryant | Putnam City North High School
Jordan Darrow | Mount Saint Mary High School
Natalie Darrow | Mount Saint Mary High School
Moe Fawad | Edmond Santa Fe High School
Marie Fawad | Edmond Santa Fe High School
Erica Gavula | Bishop McGuiness High School
Colton Gelnar | Casady High School
Leighton Gelnar | Casady High School
Reid Grigsby | Edmond Memorial High School
Sahar Hasan | Dove Science Academy
Zeb Hawkins | Kremlin-Hillsdale High School
Jack Jacobi | Bishop McGuiness High School
Peyton Jones | Edmond Santa Fe High School
Abigail Kent | Home School
Michael Mandanas | Heritage Hall High School
Caleb Morrow | Altus High School
Alana Ralson | Western Height High School
Claire Ringer | Home School
Brett Szymanski | Crossings Christian High School
Megan Szymanski | Crossings Christian High School
Carlysta Tran | Classen School of Advanced Studies
Kade Wilson | Home School

These high school students are chosen to serve on the board after an application and interview process, and work throughout their term to promote the mission of the Association and Museum. Students serve a term from August through April, with their annual fundraiser taking place in March. To apply for the board, students must be in grades 9 through 12 in Oklahoma. It's preferred that students have previous leadership and volunteer experience, either through school or another organization. In addition to attending monthly meetings in the fall and twice-monthly meetings in the spring, each member of the Teen Board is responsible for serving on a committee, raising sponsorship dollars and in-kind donations. Though the commitment to serve on the board officially begins in the fall, several social events will take place over the summer to help students get to know each other.

Questions about the program can be directed to Shelley Rowan at 405.523.3208 or sbr@oklahomahof.com.