| January 26, 2016

Parman, Burrage, and Carnuccio Named to OCPA Board

Parman, Burrage, and Carnuccio Named to OCPA Board

The Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs (OCPA) board of trustees recently added three new names to its roster—Larry Parman of Oklahoma City, David Burrage of Atoka, and Michael Carnuccio of Yukon.

“All three of these individuals are an excellent fit for the OCPA board,” said Charles Sublett, OCPA trustee. “They all have a great impact in their respective areas of influence, and I consider it an honor to serve this organization alongside them all.”

Larry Parman is the lead partner and owner of Parman & Easterday. Parman has served as Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, and Oklahoma Secretary of State. He is the author of numerous publications and two books including, Above the Fray: Leading Yourself, Your Business and Others During Turbulent Times. Parman is also on the board of the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce and an active member of Rotary Club 29 and the Committee of 100 in Oklahoma City. David Burrage is chairman of the board, president/CEO of FirstBank, which he co-owns with his two brothers and their wives. Burrage serves as a committee member for the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank and chairman of the board of the Oklahoma Transportation Commission and the Atoka County Medical Center. In addition, he is a member of the Choctaw Nation and a deacon of First Baptist Church of Atoka.

Michael Carnuccio is president and CEO of the E. Foundation for Oklahoma and served as president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs from 2010-2015. Carnuccio serves on the board of directors for Operation Homefront, OCPA Impact, The Fairness Center, and Liberty Foundation of America. He is a member of Rotary Club 29, the Downtown Club of Oklahoma City, the Heritage Foundation’s Young President’s Club, SALLT, and is a Right on Crime signatory.

“As we continue our work to protect and expand freedom, especially for the most vulnerable in our state, it is great to have three new voices join those of the board,” said Jonathan Small, OCPA president.

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