Join us at the State of Tulsa County featuring Kelly Dunkerly, Karen Keith, and Stan Sallee! This event promises insightful discussions and valuable updates on the progress and future plans for our community. Don't miss out on this opportunity to engage with local leaders and contribute to the development of Tulsa County.
This years State of Tulsa County will be held at the Hive on March 13th at noon.
Kelly Dunkerly is an insurance professional and strategic business partner. His focus is making business owners more successful via proactive problem solving, tailored protection, clear communication and reliable service.
Kelly has over 25 years of experience in business, insurance, leadership, media relations, government affairs, and community engagement. His experience includes work in diverse environments: large corporation, small business, state government, municipal government, political campaigns, chambers of commerce, and nonprofit organizations.
Stan Sallee was raised in Collinsville, OK and graduated from Collinsville High School. He attended the University of Oklahoma and Northeastern State University earning a BA in Business and Finance
Stan Sallee has been serving as Tulsa County Commissioner for District 1 since November 2018. Prior to this, Stan became a Collinsville City Councilor in 2002, serving for two years and Mayor for eight years. He also serves on many boards and organizations throughout the region. Stan comes from a long line of family who have devoted their time to public service.
Karen has been serving as Tulsa County Commissioner for District 2 since 2008 and is serving her 4th four-year term. She currently serves on the Oklahoma Historical Society Executive Board, the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Board of Directors, the OKPOP Foundation, and the Tulsa Arvest Board of Directors. Since April 2018, Karen has also been the Chair of INCOG and serves on the National Association of Regional Councils. Active in civic affairs, Keith served in 2013-2014 as the 100th president of the Rotary Club of Tulsa. She is a member of Leadership Oklahoma Class XX, the Oklahoma Academy, and the Chambers of Commerce in Tulsa, Jenks and Sand Springs. She has also been involved in the Brookside Business Association for many years. Keith lead the campaign to fund the new Family Center for Juvenile Justice, which opened in December 2019.