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Board of Directors

Marcy Price - Secretary
Marcy Price

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.

David D. Morgan - Treasurer
David D. Morgan

David D. Morgan is a 4th generation 89’er.  His great grandfather, Dick T. Morgan, represented Oklahoma City and northwest Oklahoma as a member of the first Congressional Delegation elected after statehood, from 1909 – 1920.  David was a member of the National Teacher Corps (precursor to Teach for America) and then taught middle school in Oklahoma City and Colorado for nine years before attending law school at the University of Denver.  David was a partner at two Oklahoma City law firms (Ames Daugherty and Hastie Kirschner) before serving as General Counsel of MidFirst Bank and Midland Financial Co. from 1996 to 2014 (currently serving as Special Counsel).  In addition to being Treasurer, David is also a member of the board and a volunteer driver. David has been married to Ellen Records Morgan for 45 years.  He is a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church where he has served as a Deacon and an Elder.  He enjoys golf and hanging out with six grandchildren.

Larry Ottaway - Board Member
Larry Ottaway
Board Member

As regional and national counsel for several international corporations, Mr. Ottaway has tried products liability cases in Idaho, Colorado, Texas, Arkansas, and New York, in addition to his home state of Oklahoma. He has also defended cases in California, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Florida, Virginia, and Mississippi.  His practice involves the defense of medical and legal professional liability cases including lawsuits involving transfusion related AIDS cases, defense of drug and medical device manufacturers, products liability, insurance and bad faith.

Mr. Ottaway's firm specializes in the trial of medical negligence cases and products liability actions on behalf of pharmaceutical companies and has an active insurance practice including the defense of bad faith cases.

Marsha Funk - Board Member
Marsha Funk
Board Member

Marsha Funk, a business professional, holds a Bachelors of Music and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma with an emphasis in marketing and finance.
Marsha began her professional career at IBM where she spent more than two decades in marketing and sales leadership positions. Post IBM she worked as a manager in Oklahoma politics and later as a Program Director at Integris Health.

From 2009-2012 Marsha served as the Senior Director of Conference, Membership and Business Development at the American Wind Energy Association in Washington, D.C. where she worked with the nation’s leading companies to promote wind power growth through advocacy, community and education.

An avid supporter of the Oklahoma City community in addition to professional activities, Marsha also serves on the Historic Preservation Board of Heritage Hills, is 2015 President of the Associate Board which hosts the annual tour and is a sustaining member of the Oklahoma City Junior League. Marsha also serves on the University of Oklahoma’s Honors College Board of Visitors, and in 2013 was recognized by the Oklahoma Hospitality Club at their annual “Ladies In The News” luncheon.

A proud member of the Choctaw tribe, Marsha is married to John, an attorney with Conner & Winters, and they have two sons who live and work in New York City. Committed to an active lifestyle, Marsha enjoys all sports, especially dressage horse riding, golf, skiing, international travel and reading.