Erika Stark is the new Administrative Coordinator for Oklahomans for the Arts. She is a native Oklahoman who grew up in Yukon. Today, she lives in Oklahoma City with her husband and daughter.
We didn’t mean to take a picture of her that made her look like bunny ears were coming out of her head, but we had to share it with you just the same. Erika is a great sport!
Erika brings to her new position a large network of friends and family; commitment; enthusiasm and great organization and people skills. She jumped in feet-first helping coordinate projects for the Oklahoma Arts Conference, and she’s currently working on OFTA’s membership database. A curious learner who genuinely loves arts and music, she is excited about helping advance OFTA’s mission of arts advocacy.
In her free time, Erika loves spending time with her family and helping out at her daughter’s school. You can often find her serving as the crossing guard in the crazy carpool lane if that that tells you anything about her desire to help and work! She’s also an avid fan of music festivals like Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits. She could probably write a how-to book on them.
Erika will be working 10 hours a week for OFTA. You can contact her at Erika@OklahomansfortheArts.org.