WHO WE ARE
Board of Directors
Executive Director / Co-Founder
A graduate of the University of Nebraska, Ellen teaches English at Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences. In 2015, she was one of ten women awarded the Women of the Year Pinnacle Award for women “who are role models in their professions, take risks on behalf of others, perform community service and advocate for women’s issues and concerns.”
Hanna is an elementary school teacher in Tulsa. She received her Bachelors of Arts in English-Creative Writing with a minor in Gender Studies at Hendrix College and her Masters of Science in Reading and Literacy Education from Oklahoma State University. To Hanna, education, specifically literacy, is a powerful and transformational tool that she believes can be life saving.
Maribel grew up in a small town in northwest Arkansas and moved to Tulsa to attend the University of Tulsa. After graduating in 2012, she decided she enjoyed the city too much to move and started her career at ConocoPhillips, taking on various roles in accounting and land. She currently works as a project analyst at Williams. In her free time you’ll find her listening to podcasts, trying unique restaurants around town, and continuously attempting new hobbies.
LaToya is a graduate of Spelman College and Tulane University. She is an alum of Teach For America and a former Urban Leaders policy fellow. She splits her time between teaching, coaching and mentoring adults and children, while advocating for public policy changes that affect women and children. She feels writing is a powerful tool in which to use one's voice.
Harmony Revard-Fuller is a Licensed Master Social Worker at Osage Nation's Wah-Zha-Zhi Health Center, providing psychotherapy and additional behavioral health services to American Indian clients. Harmony graduated from OU-Tulsa's School of Social work in which her academic concentration focused on domestic violence and sexual assault trauma. She believes that the power of writing helps individuals cultivate their own path toward healing and feels tremendously privileged to be on this journey with them.
Abbey Woodhead is an elementary school teacher and lead facilitator with Poetic Justice. She graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2014. When she is not teaching, you can find her gardening or hanging out with her adorable dog, Teddy.
Board of Advisors
Human Relations Advisor
Student Life Advisor
Mental Health Advisor
Media and Marketing Advisor
Claire Collins and Ellen Stackable co-founded Poetic Justice in 2014.
Our team also includes: