Senior Leadership Members
Rebecca Stone is the Chief Executive Officer for the BGCSNOK. Becky provides administrative planning, development and organization of the club. 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.
Chief Executive Officer
Shaina Moon is the Director of Operations for the BGCSNOK. Shaina oversees daily operations within the club and ensures all activities are conducted safely and in alignment with the club’s mission statement, policies, and procedures. She holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology and a Minor in Leadership Education from Oklahoma State University. She obtained a Master’s of Science degree in Human Resources from East Central University. Shaina holds a school counselor certification from the Oklahoma State Department of Education. She is also a certified DISC Personality Assessment Practitioner who specializes in professional training that promotes positive relationships and workplace cohesion. She is also trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and uses TBRI frameworks to guide BGCSNOK operations. She has spent her professional career working with historically underserved youth in the fields of mental health, secondary education, and post-secondary education. Assisting people in pursuing the college or vocational training program of their choice after high school and providing assistance in FAFSA completion are two services Shaina provides to BGCSNOK members. “I was raised in Wewoka and have always had a passion for helping people to discover their purpose in life. I am aware of the unique challenges youth face in rural America today. It is my mission to provide our Boys & Girls Club members with the tools, resources, and support they need to overcome those challenges and to lead immensely successful lives. My goal is for every child who enters our club to leave equipped with positive connections, big goals for their lives, and the confidence and resources they need to achieve them.”
Tony Palmer is the Program Manager of the BGCSNOK. Tony is responsible for the overseeing the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of specific programs for youth within the club. He provides leadership and supervision to assigned program and volunteer staff. Tony worked in the private sector in the telecommunication field for over 21 years. During this time he developed a wide array of interpersonal skills that assist him in serving the public. Tony is also a business owner, operating his own engraving business. He brings a wealth of knowledge and wisdom to BGCSNOK members. He is also trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and employs a trauma-informed approach in designing and implementing BGCSNOK programs. He currently serves on the Sasakwa School Board and chairs their Johnson O’Malley program. “I have been a volunteer basketball coach for the past 17 years, and continue to help when and where I can. I believe to keep what you have, you have to give it away. This is especially true with your gifts. This mindset is part of what drives me to serve the community." Tony is an exemplar role model for youth and the BGCSNOK is a better place because he is here!
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Edith Dority is the Program Coordinator of the BGCSNOK through a collaboration with the Seminole Nation Child Development Center. Edith coordinates and schedules activities for the club. Edith has always had a passion for working with kids. After graduating from New Lima High School in 1981, she went to work for the New Lima Elementary School as the Johnson O’Malley Office Aid and Teacher Assistant for 15 years. She was also employed by the Sonic Franchise, as a store manager and trainer, for 13 years, training and supervising young adults. She is currently a member of the (CECPD) Center Of Early Childhood Professional Development, (OKAEYC) Oklahoma Association for the Education of Young Children and (NAEYC) National Association for the Education of the Young Children. Edith is also trained in Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and employs a trauma-informed approach in coordinating and implementing BGCSNOK programs. She is a champion for children and youth, and is a tremendous asset to the Boys & Girls Club of the Seminole Nation & its members.
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