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Felecia Freeman (2022-24)

Felecia Freeman is a Citizen Potawatomi tribal member who has worked for the Citizen Potawatomi Nation since 2006. She is a commercial loan officer and a certified credit counselor for the Citizen Potawatomi Community Development Corporation, where she has assisted in making over $40 million in loans to Native American entrepreneurs. She is the CPCDC liaison for the Comanche Nation Revolving Loan Fund in Lawton, Oklahoma and coordinates the credit-counseling program for CPN tribal members.

She is active in the community, serving on the State Board for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma as Secretary, Advisory Board member for the local Bridges out of Poverty Initiative, Shawnee Leadership Committee Member, and an Ambassador for the Greater Shawnee Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of Opportunity Finance Network (OFN), The Native Community Development Financial Institution Network (NCN), and the Oklahoma Native Asset Coalition (ONAC).  She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Oklahoma.

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Dean Turner (2020-22)

Past President of North Central American Indian Chamber of Commerce of OK (AICCO) for three years. Served on state board AICCO for 9 years. Served on US Army (SF), Past Commander American Legion, Past VFW Commander, All American Commander, Past President of Lions Club, Board Member on Lions Boys Ranch & Foundation, Deacon 1St Christian Church, 32 Mason, Scottish Rite VP Class, York Rite, Shriner, and many boards.

Received 100s of Awards, Melvin Jones Fellowship, Medical Technologist of the Year, and Who’s Who in Business. Owner of Turner Business Consultants (TBC) and EDT Adv. Co. Married to Kay and have 2 Children, Timothy & Tiffany.

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Susan Dean (2022-2024)

I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation Tribe, I have vase experience myself as a minority small business owner. I hold firsthand knowledge in acquiring, managing and fulfilling government contracts. I am also familiar with the process and challenges associated with applying for and obtaining crucial certifications from a business owner perspective, which will be beneficial to clients seeking long-term results in the federal contracting market.

Program manager offering guidance to help minority-owned businesses earn minority certifications, including 8(a) and HUBZone, through the US Small Business Administration. Overseeing the Oklahoma MBDA Business Center operated by REI Oklahoma. Through the MBDA Business Center, I am focusing on creating opportunities for minority-owned companies to achieve new growth and pursue government-related contracting opportunities.

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