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SERVPRO Operations Manager Kelley Selected for Prestigious State Leadership Program

4/6/2018 (Permalink)

Operations Manager, Jordan Kelley. 2018 Leadership Native Oklahoma participant.

AICCO Announces 2018 Class of Leadership Native Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK -The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) hosts Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO) as a unique leadership opportunity for business, governmental, and community leaders. Broadening their networks and sharpening their understanding of the tribal and Native communities builds their relationships within the tribes and their leaders. LNO is a leadership and education program for leader-citizens from all across Oklahoma to learn about the tribes and entice engagement in culturally appropriate ways while learning about their awesome impact on the state. LNO has selected professionals with diverse backgrounds, skill sets, and experiences. Most importantly this year’s class, as the previous class's selections, exemplify leadership and influence and LNO intends to expand the participants living networks.

“Leadership Native Oklahoma (LNO) is committed to improving Oklahoma’s future for our communities native and non-native alike by encouraging, instilling and facilitating a support network of dynamic leaders with a tribal perspective in mind.” AICCO Executive Director, Annetta Abbot, said.

Jordan Kelley, Operations Manager at SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh Counties & Tahlequah, was selected from an extremely competitive pool of leaders, business men and women and elected officials from across Oklahoma to participate in this year’s class. Since the inception of the franchise in 2011, Kelley turned the fairly young business into a leader in the corporate franchise, located in Ft. Gibson, OK, on a modest lot. Kelley, a second-generation franchisee, learned business values from an early age at home with his father, Owner, Carl Kelley, a local business man. Kelley believes, good business is good relationships. Kelley emphasizes civic engagement with his team as a mandatory job requirement.

Kelley is a mentor-leader where he grew up in Ft. Gibson. He gives back to his alma mater by mentoring and investing in students and sponsoring their various activities including most recently, Muskogee’s Regional Jr. Livestock Show. He is also a member of the Muskogee Exchange Club, Rotary Club, and volunteers with organizations through out the year.

SERVPRO Muskogee/McIntosh & Tahlequah sponsors numerous community events across the various counties in eastern Oklahoma.

Kelley exercises equal employment opportunities and possess a team well-known in the region for its superior customer service and client relations.

“As you can see from the caliber of our 2018 Class that we have several outstanding leaders that are doing great things…,” said AICCO President and member of the Chickasaw Nation, Bailey Walker. “The value of LNO is especially important for the group to be introduced to tribal policy, sovereignty, and commerce.”

Leadership Native Oklahoma is a division of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma and its programs. AICCO is an organization in which American Indian businesses, tribal leaders, and non-native businesses can come together with innovative ideas that will promote and enhance the success of all people.

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