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AWC Tulsa Professional Chapter
The Tulsa Professional Chapter has a longstanding and strong presence in the community. The chapter is 110+ members strong, representing a variety of communications disciplines in Tulsa and surrounding areas.
Communicators must demonstrate competence in varied disciplines across the broad spectrum of communications fields. Disciplines represented within the association include: print and broadcast journalism, television and radio production, film, advertising, public relations, marketing, editing, graphic design, multimedia design, and photography. The list continually grows with newer media platforms.
  AWC is dedicated to leading progressive change in the communications professions through information exchange, leadership, professional development and technology. 

More than 7,500 members strong, AWC is the prevailing communications organization for those serving in diverse, but related, communications professions. Student chapters are an important part of our organization. The chapter offers students help in building strong academic and professional careers through networking on campus and with nearby professional members.

Click here to read about AWC's history
Click here to view Tulsa Chapter Award History

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Board of Directors

AWC Tulsa Board of Directors 

Serving on AWC’s Board of Directors is one of the most exciting and valuable leadership opportunities offered by membership. The Tulsa Chapter includes more than 20 leadership positions filled by dedicated members who meet monthly to set the chapter’s direction and policies. In addition to helping govern the organization, these board members lead the committees that deal with all areas of the chapter’s activities--from membership to programs to public relations.

Volunteers with a variety of skills and experience are needed. The presidency usually requires a four-year commitment: at least one year in a board position followed by a year each as president-elect, president and past president.

Board members are happy to answer questions about their committees or about AWC. Board positions generally run one fiscal year, July 1- June 30.

Board of Directors 2020-2021


Get Involved in a Committee

Upload your talent by getting involved with AWC. In return, you get to download experience, exposure and excitement!

Working with local AWC officers gives you limitless opportunities to polish your current skills and to gain new ones. No matter what you know or would like to learn, there’s a place within AWC for you.  

Newsmakers Planning Committee

If you are looking for a fun way to get involved in AWC Tulsa, we have our annual Newsmakers Event that is looking for planning committee members. This program occurs in the spring each year and the Committee meets monthly beginning in October or November. If you are interested, please email us at

Contact to find out how you can participate and see what committees are forming now!