Local Celebrities Share Their Passions

Famous celebrities are fun to write about, but I’m greatly inspired by “regular people” who live with purpose.  Below is a series of recent profiles I wrote about local celebrities who have made a big difference in my community. 

 A New Year, A New You:  New Year New You Article

Ruth RIckey, Photo by Justin Brotton

Be inspired by four professionals who have made dramatic career changes—and found great joy in the outcome. 

Kerry Robertson: From Television Personality to Communications Coach

Randall Green: From Electrician to Photographer

Ruth Rickey: From Attorney to Sugar Artist (Ruth’s Sweete Justice Bakery) 

Steve Scott: From Financial Attorney to Wildlife Television Producer 

 The Great Promoters  Great Promoters Article

Each of these women follows un unusual career path with such strong conviction that others are inspired to join in their pursuits. 

Mary Ellen Meredith: Promoting Cherokee Heritage (Cherokee National Historical Society)

Heather Buckmaster: Promoting Beef for Dinner (Oklahoma Beef Council)

Rhonda Hooper: Promoting Through Advertising (Jordan Associates Advertising)

Susan McCalmont: Promoting World Creativity (Creative Oklahoma)

Passion for the Community is Big Business  Business Women Article

Whether seeking to fund a cure or purposefully choosing a clothing store, these powerful business women prove that bettering the community isn’t just their job—it’s their passion!

Deidre Ebry: All for “Moore” Shopping (City of Moore Economic Development)

Kanela Huff: Looking to the Sky for Property Sales (Kanela & Co)

Mary Blankenship Pointer: Fighting to Prevent “Green Blobs” (Prevent Blindness)

Jennifer Houchins: A Heart for Diabetes (American Diabetes Association)

Steve Scott, Wildlife Television Producer. Photo submitted.

Kerry Robertson with Burt Reynolds. Photo submitted.

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