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The OTIA is governed by a diverse group of industry professionals from across the state. The Executive Committee is made up of the officers of the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association, and is empowered to act on such matters of business as have previously been authorized by the Board of Directors. Members of the OTIA are elected by association membership to serve and represent the views and interests of the industry as Directors.
Executive Committee  
Maria Gus
Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau

Vice Chair
Brenda Granger
Oklahoma Museums Association
Oklahoma City

Dan Schemm
Visit Norman

Angel Green
Chickasaw Country
Oklahoma City

Past Chair
Sandy Pantlik
Oklahoma State University OKC 
Oklahoma City

President & CEO
Debra Bailey
Oklahoma Travel Industry Assn.
Oklahoma City
State of Oklahoma
Kevin Stitt or Designee
Travel Promotion Director
Jennifer Mullins
Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Dept.
Board of Directors  
Tanya Andrews
Claremore Convention & Visitors Bureau

Mita Bates
Ardmore Tourism Authority

Heather Brothers
Visit El Reno
El Reno

Taylor Burgess
Lawton Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce

Rich Cantillon
Ponca City Chamber of Comm.
Ponca City

Michael Carrier
Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Oklahoma City

Amanda Davis
Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

Danna Fowble
Solutions 501, LLC

Tina Gilliland
Tina Gilliland & Co., LLC

Eddie Gray
City of McAlester

Lori Hill
City of Broken Arrow
Broken Arrow

Ray Hoyt
Visit Tulsa

Marcy Jarrett
Visit Enid

Stephen Koranda
Back to You Marketing

Julie Lenius
Elk City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Elk City

Emily Lutz
Visit Shawnee

Susan MacQuarrie
Midwest City Convention & Visitor Bureau
Midwest City
Erin McDaniel
Choctaw Country

Brooke Miller
Great Plains Country

Cristy Morrison
Stillwater Convention & Visitors Bureau

Nancy Phillips
Green Country Marketing Assn.

Sandy Price
Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Oklahoma City

Kay Rabbitt-Brower
Okmulgee Tourism

Leanne Rickner
Factor 110
Oklahoma City

Jason Selman
City of Pauls Valley
Pauls Valley

Kin Thompson
Northeastern State University

Dr. Stacy Tomas
OSU School of Hotel & Restaurant Administration

Cheryl Trask
Cherokee Nation Tourism

Steven Ward
Red Carpet Charters

Kari Watkins
OKC National Memorial
Oklahoma City

Terri Weir
Lake Texoma Association

Ashley Wilbourn
Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce

Cathy Williams-White
Edmond Convention & Visitors Bureau

Sarah Wolfington
Woodward Convention & Visitors Bureau
Committee Members  
Christy Alcox, Red Earth, Inc.
Jennifer Bell, Citizen Potawatomi Nation
Kelly Bland, Osage County Tourism
Mercedes Goins, Tahlequah Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Tad Jones, Will Rogers Memorial Museum
Vanesa Masucci, Visit Tulsa
Pam McIntosh, Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History
Brian OnTheHill, Muscogee (Creek Nation) Tourism & Recreation
Janet Reed, Durant Area Chamber of Commerce
Sherri Rogers, Frontier Country Marketing Association
Paige Shepherd, Chickasaw Country
Jackie Stewart, Green Country Marketing Association


What's Happening
The Public Employee Occupational Safety & Health (PEOSH) notice for Oklahoma has been updated with a poster revision. Click the link below to view a PDF of the update. You can also find this update on our website.
The Oklahoma Travel Industry Association will partner with Lt. Governor Matt Pinnell to produce the 2019 Lt. Governor's Travel & Tourism Summits, which will be held around the state. Each half-day program provides tourism education featuring speakers covering a range of topics on best practices to promote tourism in your region, and includes a townhall-type discussion by the Lt. Governor on tourism development in each of the areas visited around the state.
Our annual Oklahoma Conference on Tourism & Redbud Awards was a success! These events help the tourism industry work together to grow our attractions and communities. Click the link below to view more photos from our events!
Delegates from the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association met with U.S. Senator James Lankford in Washington D.C. regarding travel and tourism issues during the U.S. Travel Association's Destination Capitol Hill. The event brings travel leaders from across the country to educate policymakers about the power of travel. The program combines a legislative day on Capitol Hill with advocacy training, guest speakers and peer-to-peer networking. Destination Capitol Hill provides delegates with an opportunity to learn about upcoming legislation that impacts travel, network with peers and meet with members of Congress to stress the importance of travel as an economic driver.

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