Federal Bureau of Investigation
Oklahoma City Citizens Academy
Alumni Association

Chapter Meeting and Dragonfly Home of OKC

 

On February 12, 2020, the chapter held its quarterly membership meeting.  At the luncheon, Ms. Anderson (pictured with Chapter president Mike Mayberry), and another Dragonfly Home staff member made a presentation regard the work of the Oklahoma City nonprofit organization to assist survivors of human trafficking in Oklahoma.  

The Dragonfly Home is Oklahoma’s first and only state-certified human trafficking crisis center.  It is a nonresidential program, which aids survivors of human trafficking with a variety of counseling and support services designed to help survivors escape the circumstances of human trafficking.  At the event, the FBIOKCCAAA made a gift of $1,100.00 to the Dragonfly Home to support its important community service efforts.

A Note From Our President

We are hosting our first General Membership meeting of 2020 on February 12.  This will be a very important meeting for several reasons, including a fascinating and informative Dragonfly presentation on human trafficking in Oklahoma, hearing the latest from our FBI partners, and 2020 membership renewal.
 
Our alumni organization is stronger than ever and 2020 promises to be a fantastic year with highly informative and interesting speakers.  It is time for annual members to renew their membership.  Lifetime Members are already paid in full.  We now must all complete a new membership form (takes about 5 minutes if you read every word) as required by the FBI and the national alumni association and be electronically fingerprinted (no ink).  Terri Cleghorn and her team will be at the February 12 luncheon to demonstrate the fingerprinting function.
 

Lastly, the scheduled meetings for 2020 include the upcoming February 12th meeting, May 13, August 26, and November 18.  We will host the Little Rock Chapter to Oklahoma City and the memorial on May 5-6 and they are very excited to come to Oklahoma City which will include an evening function on the 5th and a VIP tour of the OKC Bombing Museum on the morning of the 6th.  Please also mark your calendars for this important event!

Mike Mayberry
2020 President

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