Good News Summit

Good News Week recognizes the good work, positive outcomes, and collaborations happening in Tulsa. 

Good News is defined as anything being done in the Tulsa community that is making a positive impact. From non-profits to government, social services to exciting business entrepreneurship, philanthropy to healthcare, Good News Week will uncover, highlight, and celebrate anything that is making Tulsa a better place for anyone.

For 2021, we’ve adapted the popular Good News Summit to an online format. Each weekday, March 8-12, noon – 12:15pm, we’ll host a free Facebook Live video stream featuring two organizations sharing their good news.

Because Good News Week takes place about one year from the March 2020 start of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, we are especially focusing on organizations who adapted their programming and achieved positive results in spite of the yearlong pandemic.

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Women's Leadership Summit

The 2020 Women’s Leadership Summit has been postponed until next year. If you have signed up and didn’t receive the email update about this, please email Kendall for the opportunities that will happen in lieu of this.

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Annual Membership Party

Paragon Awards

The mission of Leadership Tulsa is to identify, develop, and connect diverse leaders who impact the community through service. The Paragon Awards were designed to recognize exceptional contributions by Leadership Tulsa members serving our community.

What are the Paragon Awards?

Leadership Tulsa members are everywhere in our community, faithfully serving and building Tulsa’s Social Capital—a valuable resource. They are serving on over 250 local boards, working alongside these agencies, helping them to fulfill their missions. Each year, Leadership Tulsa recognizes and honors these exemplary volunteers for the outstanding leadership and commitment they provide to our local non-profit organizations and the Tulsa community.

The Herald Givens Heart of LT Award

A very special award was instituted and presented in 2014. This award is to be given, from time to time, by resolution of the Leadership Tulsa Executive Committee and will honor those individuals who through exemplary service, have demonstrated the Heart of LT and the tenants of servant leadership through their service to the LT community. The award is named after the late Herald Givens and was presented to him in 2014.