The Board of Trustees is the Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences governing board. Meeting Dates are the second Tuesday of each month, at 5:30 pm. Check the calendar for more information.
Jonathan Hall is the President of Warburton Capital Management. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Practitioner; he guides his clients through a life of financial purpose, helping them to define and achieve their goals as a fee-only fiduciary financial advisor.
Jonathan earned a B.A. in History, a B.A. in Government, and an M.B.A. from Oral Roberts University. He further earned a Master of Science in Financial Services (M.S.F.S.) with an emphasis in Financial Planning from Saint Joseph’s University.
Jonathan has served as an Adjunct Professor of Finance at ORU teaching Personal Financial Planning and Capital Markets. Jonathan was recognized in 2016 as one of Tulsa’s “40 Under 40.” Jonathan is a graduate of Leadership Tulsa, Class 51. From 2020-2021, he served as the President of the Board of Directors for Emergency Infant Services and had served on that Board since 2014.
In 2019, City Councilor Phil Lakin appointed him to the City of Tulsa Sales Tax Overview Committee, representing District 8. In 2020, he was appointed by the Governor to the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth, serving as a member representing Business & Industry, and was elected Secretary of that Commission in 2022.
Jonathan and his wife Deanna Hall, a Registered Nurse, have three children: Adaline, Lincoln, and Gentry. They also have a family golden retriever, Bella.
Thomas King (retired) was a Senior IT/Computing Technical Specialist with Phillips Petroleum Company. Tom has 44 years experience in all aspects of Information Technology and Computing. He has a B.S. in Applied Mathematics & Engineering (1976) from the University of Tulsa and numerous certifications in various programming languages, operating systems, and major software applications.
Tom grew up in the TSAS neighborhood and attended Roosevelt Jr. High, now the home of TSAS. His current interests and hobbies include community service, computer technology, photography, genealogy, and travel (40 countries visited so far). Tom is a Charter Member of the new First Americans Museum (FAM), a Gilcrease Museum Council member, attends seminars and educational events at the Helmerich Center for American Research at Gilcrease and the OU Center for Studies in Democracy and Culture, is a member of the Tulsa Alumni Association, has served on the Tulsa Alumni Association Board for 3 years, has chaired the Tulsa Alumni Association Athletics Committee for 4 years, is a supporter of the University of Tulsa College of Engineering and Natural Sciences (particularly the Math Circles STEM program), and was a member of the Athletic Director’s Circle of the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Club for 5 years.
Tom and his wife Judy have been married for 57 years and have one son.
Natalie O’Reilly is the Research Associate and Assessment Coordinator for University of Oklahoma’s School of Social Work. She also teaches in the online MSW program. Natalie’s primary research interests involve intergenerational poverty, healthcare outcomes and disparities, and education.
Natalie graduated from Edison High School before moving to Ft. Collins, Colorado. She graduated with her BSW from Colorado State University, and from the University of Oklahoma with her MSW. While Natalie’s background is firmly rooted in social work, her love of research methodology and assessment led her to become certified in Qualtrics (statistical survey software).
Natalie is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and sits on the academic advisement board of Qualtrics. Natalie and her husband of over 20 years have two kids engaged in the TSAS community; Sophie is a recent graduate and Felix is in 11th grade.
Angela Vivar Romero is the daughter of Mexican immigrants from Orizaba, Veracruz. She is an educator, business owner, and travels the country (via Zoom now because of COVID) teaching first generation youth how to go to college, stay in college, and graduate. Angela worked in high schools and at Oklahoma State University coordinating the RISE Program and overseeing Hispanic/Latino Affairs. As she became a subject matter expert in university first year retention, Ms. Vivar developed a campus wide scholarship program and initiatives for first year and first generation students OSU. Soon after, Angela took a leap of faith and started her own education consulting and workshop facilitation business.
Angela currently goes to daily Mass, serves as the only Mexican American woman on her local United Way Board, is a former Miss Oklahoma Latina, Miss Hispanic OSU, two-time president of the Hispanic Student Association, an Emerging Leader Under 40, a Oklahoma NextGen award winner in Education, and was awarded the Golden Torch award at Oklahoma State University. She joyfully served the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization, UnidosUS, for six years. Angela holds a Bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies and Spanish from Oklahoma Sate University and a Masters in Education in School Counseling from the University of Central Oklahoma. Her fondest memory is gliding through the kitchen as a child, pretending to be an ice-skating Olympic champion as her mom applauded her “triple axles.”
Mr. Wortham started his TSAS Board of Trustees tenure during the summer of 2020. He is a member of the career advisory management staff of Tulsa Technology Centers, and previously worked as an Adolescent Health Specialist for Youth Services of Tulsa.
Mr. Wortham is a passionate musician and social advocate, and is a long-standing member of the music and arts community of Tulsa.
In his spare time he enjoys making and performing music and spending time with his family.