Laura Lang Named Board Chair


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Oklahoma Women’s Coalition Names Board Chair

Laura Lang, Board Chairwoman

Oklahoma Women’s Coalition, a statewide nonprofit organization working to improve the lives of women and girls through education and advocacy, announced the election of Laura Lang, CEO of Thrive – Sexual Health Collective for Youth, as Chairwoman of the Board of Directors.

Laura Lang is a nonprofit leader with more than twenty years in the social services and social justice arena. Her experience includes positions at leading nonprofits in the Oklahoma City area, where she has provided executive-level management, strategic planning, fundraising, communications, program development, and fiscal oversight.

Coalition Executive Director, Liz Charles, shared, “I am pleased to welcome Laura Lang as our new Board Chairwoman. Her strong voice and proven experience throughout her service on the Board of Directors have been strategic in moving the mission of the Coalition forward.  I’m confident in our future under Laura’s leadership as we work to expand our efforts as a statewide women’s advocacy organization.”

“I am excited to lead Oklahoma Women’s Coalition’s Board of Directors during this pivotal time as we finalize and unveil our strategic plan in the coming months,” said Lang. “The Women’s Coalition is working with many partners to lead the way in improving the dismal statistics on women’s rights, health, safety, and wellbeing in Oklahoma. To truly bring about positive change on our way to becoming a Top 10 state, we need strong leadership and engagement of women in crafting solutions to our state’s most pressing issues.”

About Oklahoma Women’s Coalition

The Oklahoma Women’s Coalition, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is a statewide network of individuals and organizations working together to improve the lives of women and girls through education and advocacy. The Coalition promotes nonpartisan efforts, speaking with one voice, while addressing issues important to the progress of Oklahoma’s women and girls. Please visit for more information.