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Maggie Hoey to Join Downtown Coordinating Council as Assistant Director

This article was archived on 1/5/2020

The City of Tulsa and Downtown Coordinating Council (DCC) announced today that Maggie Hoey has been hired as the Assistant Director of the Downtown Coordinating Council. She will begin her new role on Jan. 6, 2020. 

Hoey will be responsible for developing and executing an annual programming and activation plan for Downtown and will oversee communications and outreach initiatives. She will also support strategic and organizational planning initiatives for Downtown and the DCC.

“Maggie is a respected leader who’s made a lasting impact on our community and I’m honored to have the opportunity work to alongside her,” said Brian Kurtz, Executive Director of the Downtown Coordinating Council. “Her passion for Tulsa and its citizens makes her the perfect fit for this role. The DCC will be a better organization for having Maggie as part of the team.”

Hoey joins the Downtown Coordinating Council from the Tulsa Regional Chamber where she served as Executive Director of TYPROS (Tulsa’s Young Professionals). Prior to TYPROS, she worked in multiple marketing and community development positions at Iron Gate, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity and Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.

“The momentum Downtown Tulsa has been experiencing in recent years is exciting, and I think the growth is just beginning,” Hoey said. “Downtown serves as a driver for economic development, talent attraction and tourism for our entire city. I am excited to join the team and work to keep the heart of our city thriving.”

Hoey holds a Master of Public Administration from University of Oklahoma – Tulsa and a Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma State University. A graduate of Leadership Tulsa Class 60, Hoey currently serves on the board of the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice and volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma.

About the Downtown Coordinating Council:

The Downtown Coordinating Council was established in 2009 to manage maintenance and service obligations of the Tulsa Stadium Improvement District. The DCC is comprised of urban advocates bringing a thriving, vibrant, and inclusive Downtown Tulsa to life through beautification, place enhancement, and public safety services.