Feb 24, 2020
The North Tulsa Community Coalition is excited to welcome our new board members.
Tracy Manning-Gibbs has been identified as the new board chair for the Economic Stability Task Force.
Tracy currently resides in Tulsa Oklahoma with her husband and 4 children. Tulsa is where Tracy was born and raised. Tracy is a Health Information Management Supervisor and Hospital HIPAA (Health Information Portability and Accountability) Officer. She is a motivated business professional and entrepreneur who has served as a keynote speaker around the country. She worked at on of the nation's highest-ranking insurance companies for over 26 years until the Lord called her off her job to start a family owned business, Gibbs Next Generation. Also for the past 20 years, she has been successfully involved in commercial and residential real estate. Her roles and responsibilities of leadership are incredibly diverse; serving on one of many organizations, such as Tulsa Exchange, North Tulsa 100 and 36 Degrees North. She also participated in workgroups and events that targeted change, Tulsa C.A.N. (Create Access to Nutrition), City of Tulsa Food Dessert, Community Voice for Change, City of Tulsa Suburban Acres Library Books & Books event, Arts in the Spring event, Thanksgiving and Christmas food giveaways and North Tulsa tornado relief events. Tracy enjoys outreach, reading, relaxing spas and nature walks.
Kymberly Daniels, M.Ed. has been identified as the new board chair for the Education Task Force.
Kymberly Daniels is an Associate Professor of Child Development and Education at Tulsa-Community College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She has been employed with Tulsa Community College for 13 years. In addition, she is a facilitator/presenter, parent advocate, education consultant, and community volunteer. She has over 25 years working with children, youth and adults. Kymberly is on the Advisory Board for OK-UP in a collaborative effort with Oklahoma State University to develop and provide community resources for parents. She is a member of the National Black Child Development Institute and National Association of Early Childhood Education. Her work and teaching are broadly focused on promoting equitable opportunities for the success for all children and families.