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Kathy Cullen, Oklahoma City Innovation District

Kathy Cullen



August 14 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm


V2 Events at Vast, Devon Tower
333 W Sheridan Ave, 50th Floor
Oklahoma City, OK 73102 United States

August 14 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm


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Kathy Cullen, CFO of the Oklahoma City Innovation District, will be our speaker for August. She will share the history and growth of OKC’s Innovation District.

About Kathy Cullen

Born and raised in Arlington, Texas, Kathy graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Computer Information Systems. She began her career with Coopers & Lybrand in Dallas before relocating to New Jersey to serve as the V.P of Finance for U.S. Vision; there, she assisted in their reverse stock split to take the company private, eventually refinancing and growing the business to ultimately take the company public once again as their CFO. Upon relocating back to Dallas, Kathy was the CFO for Brierley & Partners, a technology marketing firm positioned in the loyalty sector. Eventually, Kathy entered the non-profit sector, working with Ministries of Jesus for 10 years prior to joining the Innovation District.

Kathy and her husband, Andy, have a daughter, a son and 1 granddaughter. They currently reside in Oklahoma City, where Kathy also sits on the Hilltop Clinic Board.

About Oklahoma City Innovation District

OKCID is a non-profit organization that aims to revitalize Oklahoma City’s entrepreneurial landscape, fostering job growth and a more inclusive economy.

The district rests in Northeast OKC, a hub of industry creating innovative solutions through research, technology, energy, healthcare, biomanufacturing, and aerospace.

OKCID intends to increase connectivity and collaboration across Oklahoma City, making it the dark horse of innovation in America.