Eran Harrill

Eran Harrill was born in Sacramento, California and home schooled before attending John Marshall High School to finish out his final H.S. years. As the youngest of 3 children raised by a single mother, Eran understands both the struggles of tough life, as well as the expectation to never settle for mediocrity.

Upon graduating high school, Eran went to Oklahoma State as a history major with a focus on military history. Although he originally intended to pursue a career in law, the bulk of his professional career has centered on marketing and business development with positions that include an Advertising Consultant with Trader Publications, Marketing Director with YP Holdings, developing marketing campaigns, Director of Business Development for Scissortail Realty Advisors, and Operations/Marketing NCO for the Oklahoma Military Counter Drug Task Force.

Eran Harrill was voted on the Black Chamber board of Directors in 2012 and elected to Vice Chair in 2013. In October 2014, Eran was voted to become the next President and in Feb 2015, becoming the youngest President to hold that position with the Black Chamber of Commerce – Metro Oklahoma City. He has used this as a driving force to be a voice of empowerment for the youth in this city and community.

Along with his civil obligations, Eran is also honored to serve as an infantry squad leader in the 179th Battalion of the Oklahoma National Guard, located in El Reno, Ok, with a recent deployment to Afghanistan in 2011-2012. His military awards include the Combat Infantry Badge, Air Assault Badge, Army Achievement Medal with a star, and multiple combat campaign ribbons. Eran brings with him a strong leadership and sense of structure to the organization.

Cindy Van Kley

Cindy Van Kley is the Public Relations Representative for Advantage Bank, where she also is the in-house graphic designer. In addition to serving on the Board of the Black Chamber of Commerce, she serves on the Spencer Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, where she is the newsletter editor and a past president. She serves as Vice President of the Eastern Oklahoma County Tourism Council, and serves on the Community Advisory Panel of the EmPower Works program at Rose State College. Cindy is a member of the ABC Referrals Club at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center, and serves on the board of directors of Mid-Del Art Guild, where she has been the newsletter editor for over 20 years. She and her husband, Neal, are members of the Spencer Historical Society and are volunteers supporting the maintenance of the Spencer Museum and grounds.

A frequent volunteer in the Spencer area schools, you may find Cindy working in the Concession stand at Star Spencer home games, reading to students at Spencer or Green Pastures Elementary Schools, or face painting at a school carnival at Willow Brook Elementary. A calligrapher and artist working in pastels, acrylics and oils whenever her schedule permits, she has taught principles of art and color-mixing mini-classes in many Eastern Oklahoma County elementary schools as a volunteer with Mid-Del Art Guild’s Artists in the Schools program. For over 40 years, she has been a Sunday School teacher for the Bahá’í Communities of Bethany, Oklahoma City, Spencer, and now at the Edmond Bahá’í Center, where she also is the children’s song leader. Cindy and Neal Van Kley are long-time residents of Spencer, with two grown children and 5 grandchildren.

Stephanie Price

Proud mother of six, small business owner, public speaker, author, master connector, and visionary Stephanie T. Price is no stranger to challenging environments and hard work.

After graduating from the University of Central Oklahoma, she became a member of the Honor Society as a testimony of her proficiency. Stephanie has over 20 experience in banking, real estate, child care, behavioral health, and telecommunication, She currently has certifications in Child Development, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Counseling, Health Care Administration, ADvantage Case Management, and Nurse Aide, qualifications that allowed her to establish herself within the adult care industry.

As the Owner and CEO of Dynasty Care Services, a medical group providing adult day, counseling, Advantage case management, and parent night out services. Stephanie has found a passion for the special needs community. She takes pride in her ability to bridge generational gaps within family units. Stephanie created Abilities Matters Employee Services (AMES) to provide coaching and training program for adults with disabilities. Stephanie strives to be the leading global provider of quality healthcare and community services, while providing innovative, professional, and compassionate care to the individual she serves.

Stephanie is starting the first special needs Girl Scout troop in Oklahoma. She is an advisor of the Mid-Del People First Chapter; a non-profit organization that is operated by and consists of individuals with disabilities. She also just developed a non profit organization DCS Foundation which provides resources and services to people with physical, mental and intellectual disabilities. Stephanie is the creator of the Defying All Odds: Diverse By Design Fashion Show. When she isn’t busy running her businesses, Stephanie is volunteering her time with groups and institutions to better serve the community. She currently serves as a Board Member of the Black Chamber of Commerce of Metro Oklahoma City and The Wonderfully Made Foundation. Stephanie graduated from Leadership OKC Class 33 and is a member the Leadership OKC Alumni.

Stephanie awards and honor include Exemplary Woman in the Community 2013 by OKC Chapter of Chums. Outstanding Service Award 2013 by DRS Business Advisory Council, I am Love Award 2014 and Grand Heart Award 2015 by The Wonderfully Made Foundation, Female Entrepreneur of the Year 2014 by OKC Chapter Eta Phi Beta Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 by Women of Color, Outstanding Mother of the Year Honoree 2015 by Metro Family

Stephanie encourages mothers to embrace their next level of self, knocking down stereotypes and eliminating a “boxed in” mentality. because they are the key to our future and we should allow them to seize opportunities, grow and truly create their own dynasty. Her ability to foster a positive environment and make an impact in her community has helped those around her thrive to greater heights. Her motto: Smile – Simply Making it and Lead by example. She has also currently working on joint venture MOMprenuers on Fire, LLP to support to support, educate, and empower women in the business of life.

Penning her first book, a resource guide for Single Mothers and co-authoring a transformational book for woman, “Fabulous New Life.” Stephanie can relate to the importance of smiling through life’s challenges and triumphs. She owes her inspiration to her six children: Victor, Nicholas, Aria, Alexandria (Boogie), Daniel and Alivia. Stephanie is a phenomenal woman whose life and business experience is a major inspiration to anyone she comes in contact with. She enjoys sharing those experiences, and the wealth of knowledge she has acquired as a result of them, whenever she has an opportunity. Stephanie speaks upon request at conferences, events, and more.

April Moaning

April J. Moaning is a native of Oklahoma and the owner of The Law Office of April J. Moaning, P.L.L.C.   She graduated from Classen School of Advanced Studies (CSAS) and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Oklahoma State University (OSU).  She received an academic scholarship from the University of Tulsa College of Law, where she earned her Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree.  While in law school, she served as Vice President of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), maintained active involvement in community service organizations, and received numerous accolades.  Ms. Moaning is licensed to practice law in the state of Oklahoma and primarily focuses her legal practice on the areas of family law, guardianships, personal injury law, criminal defense, and general civil litigation. She serves on the Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD) Board of Directors and is the 2017 Vice Chair for the OBA Diversity Committee.  She is passionate about increasing the participation of minorities in the legal sector and assists with organizing programs that encourage students of color to pursue a legal career.

Gary Woods

Gary R. Woods is a native Oklahoman and a graduate of Millwood High School. He graduated from Millwood High School, and from Langston University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Healthcare Administration with a minor in Business Marketing.  He had a 25 year career in the healthcare and biotech industry with Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson as an account manager, District Manager and Practice Management, Marketing and Reimbursement Consultant. During this tenure he has been awarded multiple National MVP, Leadership and Encore Awards.  Gary is a long time coach and mentor to a number of youth in the NE community and he currently serves as the Ward 7 Oklahoma City parks and Recreation Commissioner.  Gary and his wife Cecilia Robinson Woods are also small business owners, recently launching C&G Woods LLC, a real estate investment company with emphasis in executive housing.  Gary and Cecilia live in northeast Oklahoma City and have 5 children.

Kelly Atkinson

Kelly Atkinson is a Dual Purpose Lender for Arvest Bank. He works with customers, providing consumer and mortgage loans.  He’s been with Arvest for almost 4 years. He has a diverse financial services background, having worked in consumer/mortgage/commercial lending, audit, retail branch management.  Kelly also spent time in the securities business as a financial advisor/planner.

Tena Slaughter

Tena Slaughter is a Community Relations Coordinator for OG&E. She interacts with the non-profits and schools in their service area.  She also finds volunteer opportunities for their members. Tena’s area is Oklahoma and Logan Counties. She has worked for OG&E for 34 years.