Sangha Board of Directors
John E. Curzon is a Founding Partner of CCK Strategies, PLLC. He is a Certified Public Accountant accredited in Business Valuation and is a Certified Merger & Acquisition Advisor. Curzon holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and business administration from the University of Kansas and is a member of various professional organizations.
Primary areas of practice include: merger and acquisition consulting; business transition and succession planning; strategic business structure planning; international and domestic income tax consultation; operational strategies for entrepreneurs; and business valuation.
Curzon is a member and past Chair of the Oklahoma Governors’ International Team. Curzon is also a member of IR Global, an international network of professional service firms, and a past member of the Accountancy Committee. He is a member and past Chair of the Professional Ethics Committee of the Oklahoma Society of CPA’s. Curzon is a member and past Chair of the OSCPA Editorial Board of CPA Focus Professional Magazine and is a contributing author. He is Chair of the Tulsa Region Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of Oklahoma and Chair of the Board of Sangha, an organization providing sober living housing to individuals in recovery.
Tiffany Bjorlie is an International Banking Specialist at Bank of Oklahoma. In this role, Tiffany examines, negotiates, and advises export letter of credit clients on large dollar international trade transactions. Prior to joining Bank of Oklahoma Tiffany has worked as a Case Manager for the State of Oklahoma, as an Instructional Assistant for individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities, as a Manager of Purchasing and Logistics in the oil and gas industry and she also owned and operated her own retail small business located in the Brookside area of Tulsa.
Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Business Administration-Marketing Integrated Communications degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. She has also earned certifications in Documentary Collections and Behavioral Interventions in Autism.
In additional to her volunteer work with Sanga, Tiffany also serves on the Community Awareness and Development Committee for the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges and supports many other local Tulsa-area non-profits. Besides volunteerism, Tiffany enjoys traveling, healthy dining, exercise and spending time with her family.
Doug Norton is a graduate of Louisiana State University and has been working as a petroleum engineer for over 40 years. Most recently he served as Chief Operating Officer for Warren American Oil Company here in Tulsa. He serves on the Planning Committee for the Improved Oil Recovery Symposium (an international biennial conference hosted by the Tulsa Chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers) and the Planning Committee for the Tulsa Irish Fest (brought to you by the Oklahoma Oil Patch). He is a Founding Member of ADAM-Tulsa, a local industry educational and networking group.
Doug has been married to Rebecca Norton since 1983. Rebecca is a Licensed Professional Counselor, specializing in addiction and family therapy.
“Sangha Tulsa offers a clear-cut path of change and sustainability for men.”
Combining 20 years of on-air TV & Radio broadcast journalism with nearly 8 years of risk management and investment experience, Russ now co-owns & manages a media company. Kirkpatrick & Kinslow Productions produces movies, documentaries, and TV content. Russ believes marketing is an integral part of any charitable organization, and is working with Sangha Tulsa to diversify its already strong brand presence. Learn more about Russ on his website, at www.kkp.film and follow him on Instagram at @russkirkpatrick
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Board member Michael P Knapp Sr is a resident of Tulsa County and serves Sangha as Director of Facilities. He is currently a managing member of Lakeland Management LLC, Lakeland Energy LLC and Aspen Hill Holdings LLC, after previously working as Vice President of Land for Kaiser Francis Mid-Continent LLC. His desire to serve Sangha stems from numerous family members and friends who have struggled with drug and alcohol addiction and the associated behavioral issues.