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Rebecca Stone

Rebecca Stone serves as Board Chair for the BGCSNOK.  Becky was instrumental in the chartering of the club and uses her experience provides oversight and direction.  Although Becky holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Public Relations from the University of Oklahoma, her leadership is based on over 22 years of experience in tribal, state, and federal employment positions.  As the Executive Director of the Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma for the last eight years, she earned the National American Indian Housing Council’s highest certification as a Professional Indian Housing Manager.  With the knowledge gained through her certification, Becky was able to identify federal funding which helped to actualize her dream of developing a Boys & Girls Club for the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma.  Becky was able to help get the BGCSNOK chartered in December 2021, hire staff, and get the doors open in September 2022.  In an effort to employ a trauma-informed approach to serve the most vulnerable children and youth, she received training in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) to guide BGCSNOK operations and services.  As a member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and growing up in the small rural community of Wewoka, she knows that the real and life-enhancing difference to be made is through care for and service to children and youth.



Denise Johnson

Dee Johnson is the Administrative Officer for the Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and the Secretary for the Boys and Girls Club of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma. Dee became involved in the BGCSNOK when Rebecca Stone. BGCSNOK Chair, first shared her dream of having a Boys & Girls Club. Dee was excited to be a part of this from the ground level and up. Dee attended her first BGCSNOK Native Service Summit in Orlando Florida and witnessed all the Native Boys & Girls Clubs from across the United States. Upon hearing their stories, it ignited something within her and from that moment on she was on fire for the Club! Dee also serves as the Safety Committee Chair for the BGCSNOK, and is always ready and willing to do whatever we needed to do get the Club going and giving our kids hope, while maintaining safety as a priority.



Lisa Cobb

Lisa Cobb grew up in Wewoka, OK; attended New Model Elementary School for grades 1-2 (kindergarten was not an option) and then Wewoka Elementary grades 3-12.  Upon graduation from Wewoka HS, Lisa was the first in her family to attend college.  Lisa expresses she is grateful that her parents always encouraged and supported her. Their encouragement  helped her to expect success and never think something might be unattainable.  Lisa graduated from the University of Oklahoma (BA; MS speech language pathology) and East Central University (M Ed).


As a product of public education , she was blessed to spend a career "attending school".  Her career of 30 years in public education was very rewarding: 5 years @ Seminole County Interlocal Cooperative; 25 years Seminole Public Schools (Elementary Principal; District Reading Sufficiency Act Contact/Administrator; District Title VII Coordinator ; Speech-Language Pathologist). 


Lisa is a member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, Ocese Band.  She served as Jr. Miss Seminole Nation in 1976;  served on the Education Committee for the Seminole Nation during Chief Kelly Haney's administration; and is currently serving on the Board of Commissioners for the Housing Authority of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma.




Kevin J Roberts-Fields

Kevin J Roberts-Fields, is a board member for the BGCSNOK. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he completed his undergraduate studies in Native American studies and graduate studies in Education Administration, Curriculum and Supervision. He is also a certified trainer and consultant for the DISC Personality Profile System. Kevin is also a certified John Maxwell Leadership Team teacher, coach, and speaker. Kevin is a certified upper elementary, middle, and high school teacher in the state of Oklahoma where has taught and coached since 2003. He has also been on the faculty of several colleges and universities within the state. Kevin currently serves as the Director of Native Languages at Epic Charter Schools, where he has been employed since 2021. Kevin has always had the desire to help improve the lives of youth, especially Native youth, by developing the emotional, intellectual, physical, and spiritual well-being of the communities he serves through the application of tribal culture, language, Christ-centered discipleship, and proven leadership principles. He uses his background and training to help individuals and organizations develop their full potential and become intentional about living and fulfilling their God-given purpose in life.  

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Jesse Grandstaff

Jesse Grandstaff currently serves as Vice President / Loan Officer at Security State Bank in Wewoka where he has been employed since 2016. Prior to working for Security State Bank Jesse was employed by Hobby Lobby at their corporate office in Oklahoma City. Jesse is a 2013 graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University. His wife, Madison, co-owns Studio 102, a local dance studio in Wewoka. His two children, Jude and Camille, are the light of his life. Jesse and his family love being involved in community outreach and have a strong passion for serving Wewoka.

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