Shoshana Wasserman

(Thlopthlocco Tribal Town, Muscogee Creek) 

Associate Director

American Indian Cultural Center Foundation (AICCF)

Shoshana has a Master of Arts degree in Business Communications (specializing in Organizational Development) from Jones International University and is a University of Oklahoma Alumni with a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education (minor in Multicultural Studies). Shoshana was hired as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations for The American Indian Cultural Center and Museum March 1, 2007 and previously served as the Program Planning Consultant for The Center from October 1, 2005 – March 1, 2007. Prior to her role with the museum, she served as the Development Director for City Arts Center and Oklahoma Children's Theatre for one year and then continued as the Public Relations Director for eleven years.

As the Public Relations/Artistic Director for the Great American Indian Dance Company from 1989-1995, her experience coordinating touring logistics served as the perfect practicum for audience development and event planning. The Great American Indian Dance Company served as ambassadors for the State of Oklahoma. Her public relations efforts attracted tourism revenue, stimulated media attention internationally and nationally for both the dance company and the State of Oklahoma. Shoshana's wide range of skills include: strategic planning, arts promotion and institutional development. She is a board member for the Mvskoke Arts Association and the Oklahoma City Muscogee Creek Association. She is also an Oklahoma Arts Council, Leadership Arts Class X member and previously served on the Board of Directors for the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma City. 

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