TCC Foundation Mission

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Founded in 1970, Tulsa Community College Foundation was established to support the mission and vision of Tulsa Community College. Our goal is to support TCC students, faculty and staff by providing scholarships and resources for program excellence. 

TCC is a premier community college in part because of the support of the TCC Foundation.  Currently, TCC ranks second in the nation in granting associate degrees to Native Americans, and ranks among the top 25 of 1150 two-year institutions nationally in the number of degrees granted.  TCC serves as the entry point to higher education for students from 44 school districts as well as serving the various educational needs of other citizens and businesses in the greater Tulsa area. The College offers more than 200 degrees and certificates designed to transfer to four-year institutions. In 2009, TCC had the largest first-time freshman class in the state, had 19,000 students attend in the fall and is expected to see more than 35,000 over the course of the year.

How Can You Help Support Students:

For information contact 918-595-7836.

TCC Foundation Mission

The Tulsa Community College Foundation provides support to Tulsa Community College and its mission by developing key relationships and financial resources.

Values and Beliefs

Tulsa Community College Foundation supports the philosophy and mission of Tulsa Community College which:

  • Provides quality higher education to all sectors of the community;
  • Is responsive, timely and proactive in meeting the needs of the subset business community;
  • Sets the standard for integrity and professionalism; and
  • Is a leader in developing cutting edge programs.

The Foundation believes that all Foundation Board Members should be active in their Foundation support.

The Foundation believes that those who benefit from the Tulsa Community College should contribute to it.

The Foundation will conduct its operations with financial integrity.

The Foundation will be proactive in anticipating and planning for Tulsa Community College needs.

Foundation Board Members:

Mary Shaw, Chair
Larry Mocha, Vice Chair 
Foundation Staff:

  • Lauren F. Brookey - Vice President of External Affairs
  • Director of Development

2014 TCC Foundation Board:

Executive Committee

Chair – Larry Mocha, President, Air Power Systems Co., Inc.

Vice Chair – Pierce H. Norton II, President & CEO, ONE Gas

Secretary/Treasurer - Joan P. Parkhurst, CFO & VP of Finance, Paragon Films



Tom Adelson, Senator, State of Oklahoma

Billie T. Barnett, Community Volunteer

Konnie Boulter, Executive Director, The Oxley Foundation

Pattie Bowman, Community Volunteer

Tiffani J. Bruton, Director of Public Affairs, Cox Communications

Jim Cameron, CEO, Cameron Glass, Inc.

Bill Collins, Vice President - Base Maintenance, American Airlines

Lisette Coston, Executive Director of Support Services, Saint Francis Health System

James C. Dailey, Treasurer, Total Travel, Inc.

James D. Dunn, President, Mill Creek Lumber & Supply Co., Inc.

Gayle Eby, Community Volunteer

Ed Fariss, Executive Vice President, MidFirst Bank

Steven L. Fate, Director of Business Operations, PSO

Shane Fernandez, Executive Vice President, Crafton, Tull & Associates, Inc.

Susan Harris, Education Consultant

Alana Hughes, Chief Operating Officer, Charles & Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

Sharon King Davis, Partner, King Investments

Dave Kollmann, President, The Flintco Companies, Inc.

Phil Lakin, Jr., Chief Executive Officer, Tulsa Community Foundation

Jim Langdon, Publisher, Langdon Publishing

William M. Lissau, President Bank of America - Oklahoma, Bank of America

Aaron Massey, Vice President, JPMorgan Chase

Nancy McDonald, Education Consultant

Teresa Meinders Burkett, Partner, Conner & Winters

Wesley Mitchell,Director Data Center Services, Hewlett Packard

Susan B. Neal, Associate VP of Government & Community Relations, University of Tulsa

Henry Primeaux III, Owner, Kia of Tulsa

Lou Reynolds, Senior Partner, Eller & Detrich

John Rupe,Rupe Building Company

Charles T. Sexton, Accountant, Sexton & Co. P.C.

Mary Shaw, Community Volunteer

David R. Stewart, Consultant

Steve Turnbo, Chairman Emeritus, Schnake Turnbo Frank

John Wiscaver, Vice President - Public Affairs, Oklahoma Farm Bureau Insurance

Presidential Appointee

Wesley Mitchell,Director Data Center Services, Hewlett Packard