Daniel Regan, 33
Vice President and Director of Leasing, Kanbar Property Management
An Oklahoma native and fourth-generation Tulsan, Regan helps manage property for Kanbar Property Management, downtown Tulsa’s largest commercial property owner. “The thing that makes me proudest about my job is the ability to help shape the look and feel of our urban core through continued development and partnership with our tenants, which are representative of some of the best and brightest business leaders in our city,” he says. Regan is serving as the 2016 chairman for Tulsa’s Young Professionals, is a founding board member of Tulsa’s Great Raft Race, is on the boards of Foundation for Tulsa Schools, the Downtown Coordinating Council, the Tulsa Regional Chamber and serves on the advisory board of FabLab Tulsa. He is also co-owner of Garden Deva Sculpture, his family’s metal fabrication art studio.
Robyn Elliott Scribner, 36
Secretary of Communications and Community Development, The Chickasaw Nation
Elliott Scribner says she enjoys the variety and energy that comes with her job, which involves overseeing a multimillion dollar budget and nearly 100 employees. As a member of the Chickasaw Nation, she is proud she is able to help preserve its legacy. “We’re getting to really contribute to the history and the legacy of the Chickasaw people and the Chickasaw Nation,” she says. She’s on the boards of Creative Oklahoma, Oklahoma City YWCA, Leadership Oklahoma and the East Central University Alumni Association and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and the Ada Arts Council. She enjoys spending her free time with her 2-year-old son. She also played the drums in high school and says she still occasionally pulls out her drum pads.
Todd Schuster, 32
Executive Director, Regional Outreach, Saint Francis Health System
Schuster is responsible for developing professional and community relationships for the purpose of increasing referrals to Saint Francis Health System. He considers the completion of the free standing emergency department in Glenpool as his largest achievement to date, and says, “It’s very gratifying to work for a Catholic-based local organization whose mission is to serve the community.” He serves on the board of Emergency Infant Services and supports Lab Rescue of OK and Young Life, but says, since becoming a father, most of his off the clock time is devoted to his wife and daughter. He enjoys traveling, and plans to travel even more once he finally retires. “I met wife during a study abroad program in France, and we haven’t stopped traveling since that experience.”