Business/Retail Development Claiborn Taulbert
Education Dr. Pauline Harris
Marketing/Communications Turner Goodrum
Housing/Homeownership Terri Gateward
Worforce Development Mareo Johnson
I would like to invite you to the upcoming North Tulsa Economic Development Initiative, Inc. (NTEDi), Call to Action Meeting, scheduled on March 14, 2016. The Meeting will be held at the Salvation Army North Mabee Center from 5:30pm – 7:30pm.
The focused of the discussion will be to provide updated information about the Peoria Connection proposal submitted by NTED and additional information related to the Langston University proposal and others which directly impact the north Tulsa community. An additional goal of the meeting is to enlist support from the community, as we strive to "Rebuild North Tulsa One project at a Time.
Serving as Facilitator will be Dr. Earl Mitchell. Other individuals will be available to respond to questions. The focused discussion will be related to north Tulsa Vision 2025. Guest presenters will be provided 3-5 minutes for opening remarks, prior to taking questions from those in attendance.
The focused dialogue will be related to Vision 2025 projects on the ballot for north Tulsa and how the community can build a sustainable North Tulsa community through fostering collaborative public/private investments in north Tulsa.
The outcome anticipated is that we will be able to view the priorities selected and collectively support efforts to build brighter futures for residents in the north Tulsa community, thereby benefiting all of Tulsa. The ultimate objectives will be to share how we can work together to ensure that north Tulsa is recognized as a premier destination point in the state of Oklahoma.
Get Involved with North Tulsa Economic Development Initiatives
NTEDi is a non-profit organization recognized in the State of Oklahoma; an organization desiring to expand its influence in support of the low income underserved north Tulsa Community. However, in an effort to expand our ability to positively impact the community and Tulsa as a whole we found it necessary to seek non-profit 501(c)(3) status with the Internal Revenue Service.
Economic Development via a public/private partnership (corporation) to ‘Rebuilding North Tulsa one project at a time’. One aspect of the program is to provide a vehicle to create, attract, retain, and expand business,which is primarily carried out through various initiatives listed below:
Membership dues are for 12 months and effective at the time payment is received. We look forward to your and/or the organizations membership in NTEDi, an organization focused on providing support to community based economic development endeavors and building healthy communities.
Pictured, Turner Goodrum
Councilor Jack Henderson
Ken Yazel, Counter Assessor
Dr. Lana Turner-Addison
Dr. Joyce McCLellan
NTEDi is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for families in north Tulsa. It is important that we work together and do more to help support the continued development of the north Tulsa community. NTEDi members have worked for more than eight years to design and support revitalization plans for the north Tulsa and the Tulsa community. NTEDi invites you to join us in our efforts, by becoming a member. Please consider membership with us, membership fee for individuals is $25.00 a year.