Rocha credits his mentor, The Bama Companies, Inc. CEO Paula Marshall, with helping him develop not only as a professional but also on a personal level. He oversees several programs at Bama, but the work he is most proud of is in the Tulsa community, having helped raise more than $1.5 million for agencies and organizations in Tulsa. In 2014, Rocha will assume the chairmanship of Tulsa’s Young Professionals, a role he greatly anticipates. “I am excited to work with the Tulsa Regional Chamber and the organization’s (TYPros) 8,000 members at large,” he says. “I feel that my commitment to volunteer as a public servant and my accomplishments demonstrate that even young professionals can roll up their sleeves and make a difference in their communities.”

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