About Us

The Oklahoma Progressive Network was founded in the buildup and wake of the 2016 Presidential election. A group of highly motivated activists came together to form an environment for Progressive Oklahomans to discuss, plan, and take civic action.

OPN Mission Statement

Connecting people and organizations to increase political awareness and community involvement.

The Board

Christine Huckleberry

President
C.Huckleberry@okprognet.org

Christine Huckleberry was born overseas and moved to the United States with her family when she was a child. As an immigrant, she was always aware of the importance of civic engagement in order to uphold the belief that government is of the people, for the people and by the people. She lives in Oklahoma City with her husband and two wonderful greyhounds. Through the Oklahoma Progressive Network, Christine hopes to cultivate a culture of proactive civic engagement with all levels of government.

Kasey Greenhaw

President-Elect/Vice President and Media Relations
K.Greenhaw@okprognet.org

A native Oklahoman, Kasey was born in Oklahoma City and has lived in Norman, Tulsa, and is now back home in OKC. She attended public school throughout her life, and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Communication from The University of Oklahoma with a political emphasis. Her first job after college involved fundraising and event planning for a successful Oklahoma gubernatorial candidate. She has held various healthcare marketing positions throughout her career, and is the vegetarian contributor for a local food magazine. Kasey has a 6 year old daughter and has been married since 2003. She enjoys spending time with her rescue dogs and is passionate about animal welfare. Kasey is a Co-Founder of the Oklahoma Progressive Network because she believes taking action is essential to achieving equality for all Oklahomans.

Cara Greenhaw

Treasurer
C.Greenhaw@okprognet.org

After growing up in small towns around Texas and Oklahoma, Cara received her B.A. in Public Relations from Oklahoma City University and later her MBA from the University of Oklahoma. Cara has worked in the Human Resources field for the past 14 years and is currently an HR Director for an Oklahoma City based company. She loves our state and is passionate about working toward equal rights, equal access and equal respect for the people of Oklahoma and around the world. Cara enjoys spending as much time outdoors as possible with her husband and son, live music, and supporting the fantastic locally owned businesses around Oklahoma.

Liz Oglesby

Secretary
L.Oglesby@okprognet.org

Raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Liz traveled south to Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas to obtain her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Political Science, with honors. She came back to her roots to attend law school at University of Oklahoma College of Law graduating with distinction in 2008, while participating in American Indian Law Review, Student Bar Association, and Order of the Solicitors. Liz is a practicing litigation attorney in the State of Oklahoma who actively participates in many organizations and committees in the legal community. Outside of work, Liz and her husband have a three year old daughter and two rescue dogs that help keep her busy. Liz has a passion for education and the law. Liz joined the Oklahoma Progressive Network because she believes united we can accomplish greatness by providing citizens with knowledge to make the State of Oklahoma the safe home we all deserve.

Lauren LaBar

Board Member
L.LaBar@okprognet.org

An Oklahoma City native, Lauren graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2005 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology and attended Oklahoma City University School of Law for one year. She has worked as a legal secretary/paralegal since 2007. In 2013, Lauren ran a campaign through the Children’s Organ Transplant Association to raise over $20,000 for a 2 year old girl who needed a liver transplant due to a rare form of cancer. She worked in Dallas, TX for five years before moving back to her home state of Oklahoma in 2015. Lauren is the oldest of four girls. She has a rescue dog named Tate and is an advocate for animal rights. Lauren is a Co-Founder of Oklahoma Progressive Network because she believes civic engagement beyond just voting will improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans.

Lyndsay Janzen

Board Member
L.Janzen@okprognet.org

Lyndsay Janzen was born and raised in Oklahoma. She attended the University of Oklahoma for her undergraduate and graduate degrees. Lyndsay works in Mental Healthcare as a Licensed Professional Counselor and is also a wife and mother. Lyndsay volunteers for Oklahoma Progressive Network and her neighborhood association.

Stephanie Price

Board Member
S.Price@okprognet.org

Born in Germany to Army enlisted parents, Stephanie spent a few years living in different states before settling and growing up in Norman. She received a master’s degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and currently works as a speech-language pathologist, serving children in the public schools. Stephanie has an almost ten year old son who keeps her busy, as well as three fur babies. She belongs to the Oklahoma Progressive Network because she knows how important uniting the progressive community is, and wants to engage in more civic action.

Jennifer Prilliman

Board Member
J.prilliman@okprognet.org

Jennifer Prilliman is a native Oklahoman and currently lives in central Oklahoma City. She earned her J.D. and Masters in Library Studies from the University of Oklahoma. She is a licensed attorney and serves on a number of Oklahoma Bar Association committees, is a member of the Ruth Bader American Inn of Court, American Association of Law Libraries, and Past-President of the Mid-America Association of Law Libraries. She serves as a volunteer attorney for Oklahoma Lawyers for Children and as a committee member for the OKlahoma City YWCA Purple Sash Gala. She has two children, two rescue dogs, and a cat who sometimes claims their family. Jennifer joined the Oklahoma Progressive Network because she wants to work to connect and unite Oklahomans who also feel passionately about equality and improving lives for all Oklahomans.