Sister M. Therese Gottschalk
Judith A. James, MD, PhD, was always interested in the why and how of disease and its treatment, and today that is exactly her field of expertise as a clinical investigator at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation.
Ken Ferguson believes the arts are essential to Oklahoma's economy.
Commissioner for the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety, Michael Thompson, talks about his life and career.
After losing her son to a tragic disease, Nancy Thomason embarked on a journey to help other families cope. A decade later, at least 352 Oklahoma families have been assisted by the Oklahoma Brain Tumor Foundation. According to the organization, 3,000 people are suffering from brain tumors at any given time in the state. The condition has a roughly 30 percent survival rate.
Oklahoma Poet Laureate Eddie Wilcoxen is a radio DJ, artist, renowned storyteller and martial arts expert.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Steven W. Taylor talks about life on the bench.
Lynn Schusterman and her husband, the late Charles Schusterman, established a family foundation in 1987 dedicated to spreading the joy of Jewish living, giving and learning around the world and to enhancing the quality of life in Tulsa.