Marcy Moskowitz Price is a Tulsa native, a graduate of Emory University, with a Master’s Degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Ms. Price began her career in OKC working in Developmental Psychology field; a Child Development Specialist with the SE Guidance Center; Community Education Director at Red Rock Community Health Center; Adjunct Professor, Developmental Psychology, OSU/OKC college, and Research Assistant with the Emotional Health Center, OUHSC, Dept. of Psychiatry. Between 1998-2013, Ms. Price was the Program Director at the Jewish Federation of Greater OKC, where she designed and implemented a wide range of educational, social, cultural and creative programs for all ages and stages of life, and served as editor of the community newsletter. She retired from this position in August, 2013.
Ms. Price is a graduate of Leadership OKC, Class XX and Leadership Oklahoma, Class XXIV. and is serving on the Program committee for the 2015 OKC Session of Leadership Oklahoma. for Class XXVII.
Ms. Price served a three year term on the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission, the Child Advocacy Board, and the OKC Metropolitan Library Trust Foundation. Ms. Price is currently serving on the Board of Temple B'nai Israel and the OKC Bar Auxiliary, and is an active volunteer with the OKC Arts Council, and a tutor /mentor with a United Way Literacy project. In 2013 Ms. Price was honored by the Journal Record as a "Woman Making a Difference" throughout the state of Oklahoma.
Marcy is married to Louis Price, an attorney at McAfee and Taft. Their two grown sons are living and working in NYC. Marcy and Louis enjoy golf, Thunder games and traveling to Arizona where they hike, bike and relax.