Clarice Doyle

Name: Clarice Doyle

Email: cdoyle@rsu.edu

Phone Number: 918-343-6833

Title: Director of Development and Workforce Education

Department: Development & Foundation

Office: Foundation Alumni Center, Room 104

Clarice DoyleDirector of Development and Workforce Education
Rogers State University Foundation

  • Create and oversee the implementation of a strategic approach for private fundraising and donor relations which may include major gifts, corporate donations, grant solicitation, and in-kind resources.
  • Work directly with workforce industry leaders, staff, state and tribal governments and workforce agencies, business to business employers and staff.

Education

B.A., Northeastern State University, 1979

A.A., Claremore Junior College, 1976

Career Highlights

2017-Present, Rogers State University
Northeast Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board, Member Representative
Northeast Oklahoma Workforce Planning Area Board, Member Representative

2008-Present, Rogers State University
Director, Development and Workforce Education
Director, Development, Office of Development and RSU Foundation
  Killed In Action Oklahoma Military Academy Alumni Memorial Campaign
  Chapman Dining Hall Campaign

2008-Present, Claremore Chamber of Commerce
Current Chair, Legislative and Public Policy Committee
Board Chair, 2012
Board Member, 2008-2013

2005-Present, Community Action and Resource Development, Inc.
Current Board Member

Past Career Highlights

2012-2015, Cherokee Phoenix Editorial Board, Cherokee Nation

1982-2008: Publication and Media
Executive Editor, cnhi (Community Newspaper Holdings Inc.)
  Daily Progress, Claremore, Okla.
  Daily Times, Pryor, Okla.
Managing Editor, cnhi, Daily Progress, Claremore, Okla.
Production Assistant and Page Designer, Donrey Media, Daily Progress, Claremore, Okla.
Owner, Graphic Impressions (a print publication design company), Claremore, Okla.

Achievements / Recognition

Oklahoma Press Association OPA Awards:

  • Sequoyah Award, Managing Editor, Daily Times, Pryor, Okla. (2001-2005)
  • Variety of News, Editorial Writing and Photography, Daily Progress, Claremore, Okla., and Pryor Daily Times, Pryor, Okla. (1996-2008)

Associated Press AP/ONE Awards:

  • Public Service Reporting, 1999
  • General Excellence, Division C, 2006
    • General News Reporting, 2006, “Pit Bulls: Ban or Not”
    • Business Spot News Reporting, 2006, “BioDiesel”
    • Non-Page One Layout, Daily Progress, 2006
    • Graphics/Illustrations, Daily Progress, 2006

Content Source for

Published News, Columns and Opinion Samples

“Not just any ol’ rock,” Claremore Daily Progress, February 27, 2007

“MAIP’s success story,” Claremore Daily Progress and Pryor Daily Times, May 4, 2007

“Freedmen voters could impact 2007 Cherokee elections,” Claremore Daily Progress, June 21, 2006

“Language restrictions invokes intolerance,” Claremore Daily Progress, June 30, 2007

“Deal, no deal,” Claremore Daily Progress, July 19, 2007

“Can the All-American Woman take it?” Claremore Daily Progress, September 9, 2008

“Why does it take a law?” Claremore Daily Progress, April 23, 2008

“Looking for a better way” Claremore Daily Progress, March 17, 2008

“Do we have what it takes?” Claremore Daily Progress, January 15, 2008

“The Russian business connection,” Claremore Daily Progress, April 15, 2007