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2022 November Luncheon
Thursday, November 17, 2022, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Category: Monthly Luncheon

Thursday, November 17, 2022  
The Petroleum Club | 100 N Broadway Ave., #3400 | Oklahoma City
Registration 11:00 a.m. & Luncheon 11:30 a.m.
The deadline for Early Bird reservations is Thursday, November 10, 2022
BOMA Members: $25 
Guests/Nonmembers: $40 (Guests/Nonmembers are limited to 2 visits per year)
All reservations will be invoiced unless cancelled before the deadline.

We will be accepting donations for our Annual Toy Drive to benefit the kids at the Children’s Hospital. Those who make a donation to the Toy Drive will receive a ticket to potentially win a great price at our Holiday Party! This year, we are also accepting monetary donations for the Toy Drive via Venmo - @BOMAokc (if asked for the last 4 digits of the phone number, please enter 5387). We plan to make a shopping trip with this money to purchase additional toys for the Children’s Hospital as well!

November Luncheon Speaker: Brian Maughan, Oklahoma County Commissioner

Topic: The SHINE Program: This program was established to put low-level non-violent offenders sentenced to community service to work in organized crews, saving millions in jail costs. His companion SHINE program for students has encouraged civic involvement and volunteerism in hundreds of young people. In 2012 SHINE was honored by Harvard’s Kennedy School as a Bright Idea award recipient.


Oklahoma County Commissioner Brian Maughan was first elected in 2008 and has been re-elected every four years since either with no opposition or by substantial margins, making him one of the longest serving commissioners in Oklahoma County history.

Brian was the first to advocate the creation of an independent trust to oversee the operations of the Oklahoma County Jail, a dream that came true in 2020. He created other innovative programs, including those to remove red cedar trees throughout the county, reducing fire danger, and to eliminate graffiti.

District Two includes the communities of Bethany, Warr Acres, Choctaw, Harrah and Nicoma Park, as well as unincorporated areas in eastern Oklahoma County and areas of west, northwest and south Oklahoma City. Prior to election, Maughan worked as a Public Affairs Consultant for AT&T, providing strategic legislative and regulatory guidance.

Before joining AT&T, Maughan served as the director of economic development for Oklahoma County District Two and as a public information officer for Oklahoma County Emergency Management and Oklahoma County District Three. Maughan also has considerable experience as a field director, consultant and fundraiser for the Oklahoma Republican Party. He has also owned and operated a communications and public relations firm.