Oklahoma women have, for generations, made a tremendous impact on Oklahoma. From activists and politicians to inventoros and volunteers, we owe a great deal to women of the past for rising above sexism, racism, and a mountain of issues to make meaningful improvements to the state.
Wendy Drummond has been actively involved in many nonprofits for 23 years, and curently serves on the national board for Girl Scouts USA, the Tulsa Botanic Garden, and Visit Tulsa. In addition, she is advisory director for the Tulsa Ballet, Emergency Infant Services, and Lindsey House; chair of Tulsa's Film, Music, Arts and Culture Committee; a trustee for the Tulsa Performing Arts Trust; and a past board member of numerous nonprofits. She is a Big Sister to a ninth grader in Jenks and has been with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program for three years.