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Mayor's Office of Resilience and Equity

Data & Policy | Civic & Community Engagement | Immigrant & Refugee Inclusion | Financial Empowerment | Mental Health & Well-being | Justice & Human Rights

The Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity (MORE) is charged with implementing a broad range of strategies to support resilience, equity, and inclusion to achieve the City of Tulsa’s mission to build a foundation for economic prosperity, improved health, and enhanced quality of life for all Tulsans. 

MORE has six functional areas in which our work is organized:

  1. Data and Policy
  2. Civic and Community Engagement
  3. Immigrant and Refugee Inclusion
  4. Financial Empowerment
  5. Mental Health and Well-being
  6. Justice and Human Rights.

Four resilience pillars provide the framework and vision for these functional areas: 1) creating an inclusive future that honors all Tulsans, 2) equipping all Tulsans to overcome barriers and thrive; 3) advancing economic opportunity for all Tulsans; 4) and transforming city and regional system to improve outcomes. MORE implements its strategies through partnership-building, programmatic services, program integrations, strategic coordination, and civic engagement.

MORE also oversees the complaint and investigation process for Tulsans who experience discrimination in housing, employment, or public accommodations. In addition, MORE works in partnership with six commissions who represent and advocate for women, Latinos, African Americans, Asians Americans, Native Americans, and human rights in Tulsa. In her capacity as Chief Resilience Officer leading the Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity, Krystal also serves as the Mayor’s liaison to the LGBTQ community.

Contact Us:
Mayor’s Office of Resilience and Equity
(918) 596-7411
175 E. 2nd Street
14th Floor
Tulsa, OK, 74103