Job Seekers can access a variety of services at job centers including job search assistance, resume assistance, interviewing skills, on-the-job training, GED assistance and post-secondary education for qualified applicants.
Tulsa American Job Center
14002 East 21st Street, Suite 825
Phone: (918) 796-1200
Main entrance located on the west side of the building
Sapulpa American Job Center
1700 South Main
Phone: (918) 224-9430
Oklahoma Works Muskogee
717 South 32nd Street
Phone: (918) 682-3364
Oklahoma Works Tahlequah
1295 Skills Center Circle
Phone: (918) 456-8846
Oklahoma Works Wagoner – (Every Tuesday, 8:30am-4:30pm)
202 Casaver Avenue
Phone: (918) 682-3364
Oklahoma Works Okmulgee
1601 South Wood Drive
Phone: (918) 304-3160
Oklahoma Works Eufaula at Under One Roof
Phone: (918) 682-3364
Oklahoma Works Sallisaw at Cherokee Nation
100 East Choctaw Avenue
Phone: (918) 776-0416
Oklahoma Works Stilwell at Cherokee Nation
219 West Oak Street
Phone: (918) 696-6608
Access Points offer computers and limited assistance for job seekers and are open to the public.
621 E. 4th St.
Tulsa, OK 74120
Phone: (918) 796-1278
Please call for an appointment
Please visit their website for list of locations.
Apply for Business Services, so our Business Services Team can find the right employees for your organization.
Partnerships are a vital part of meeting our mission. If your organization is interested in partnering with Green Country Workforce, please contact:
Nicole Cue, One Stop Operator
Board Staff Office
14002 E. 21st St., Suite 825
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74134
TDD/TTY Phone: 1 (800) 722-0353
Amber Cutshaw, Business Services Representative
Belinda Wall, Programs Manager
Belinda Wall started her career in Workforce as the One Stop Operator for Eastern Workforce Investment Board in July 2017. As One Stop Operator her responsibilities included developing partner relationships in Eastern Workforce Board’s seven county area. Developing those relationships established a Workforce presence in rural areas and built positive connections with local partners. In July 2019 Belinda accepted the position of Programs Coordinator for Eastern Workforce Investment Board. As Programs Coordinator she worked closely with participant’s occupational training, participant’s GED testing, and youth development. Belinda now serves the Green Country Workforce Development Board as Programs Manager. While working full-time as Curriculum Coordinator in the Academic Affairs Department at Eastern New Mexico University, Belinda earned her bachelor’s degree. Belinda’s background in curriculum development for higher education has prepared her well for assisting in the development of critical and essential workforce programs that will support individuals with barriers.
Contact: email@example.com or 918-772-0362
Mike Branan, Director of Operations & Equal Opportunity Officer
Michael “Mike” Branan was born and raised in Muskogee and went on to become a 1991 graduate of Muskogee High School. Mike attended Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton where he attained his Associates Degree. He later continued his education at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah earning a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree. In 1993, Mike started working for Walmart and continued with them until March of 2018. During his time at Walmart, he worked in many areas of the stores and various roles of management in buildings in Muskogee, Sallisaw, Stillwell, and Tahlequah. Mike served for 2.5 years as the Workforce Operations/Compliance/Procurement Manager, Web Page Administrator, and Equal Opportunity Officer.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgemail@example.com or 918-456-8846 ext. 219
Martha Brians, Monitor
Martha Brians earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Phoenix University. She worked at Muskogee Public Schools as a teacher’s assistance and a Human Resource Officer. After retirement from Muskogee Public Schools, she worked as a Teacher’s Assistant at Oklahoma School for the Blind. Martha started a new career in Workforce as a Career Coach in 2020, connecting with clients and helping them overcome barriers and find success on a new career path. In February of 2023, she joined Green Country Workforce Development Board as a Monitor. Martha has two grown children, Sara (Josh) and Andrew (Kira) and three grandchildren, Adryen, Koraline, and Noah. In her spare time, she enjoys watching her granddaughters play softball and travel.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-869-6723
Tamara Peachey, Business Services Manager
Tamara has an educational background in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resource specifically, Employee Relations and Development and brings 20 plus years of professional experience to Green Country Workforce. Tamara has developed and presented continuing education trainings in topics such as Professionalism in Todays Workplace, Effective Leadership, Business Communication, and Essential Elements for Wellbeing. Tamara was diagnosed as a type 1 diabetic at the young age of 11, she attributes her willingness to engage and inspire others to achieve their potential both educationally and professionally to her own challenges she faced during her childhood and younger adult years. Tamara’s ability to navigate these barriers she faced in her own life brings a deep compassion and understanding to provide solutions that help others overcome barriers they face. Tamara was born in Tahlequah and currently resides in the Briggs Community.
Contact: email@example.com or (918) 316-6519
Larod Snyder, ETP Coordinator/Monitor/Policy Writer
Larod graduated from Westville High School in 2011 with a 4.04 GPA and was an active participant in extracurricular activities such as the Cherokee National Youth Choir and served as President of the FFA and the Class of 2011. He also participated in Cherokee Challenge & Language Bowls and worked as an Inspector for Cherokee Nation District 7 and 8 tribal elections.
Larod attended Oklahoma State University as a Gates Millennium Scholar and remained active in collegiate organizations such as the Native American Student Association, Multicultural Affairs Committee & Greek Council, and the Student Government Association. He graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and American Indian Studies, then completed an internship with Adair County Department of Human Services.
After graduation, Larod moved to Tulsa where he served as a Banquets & Catering Coordinator with Hard Rock Hotel & Casino from 2016-2020. In his spare time, Larod volunteered for Oklahomans for Equality and LGBT Advocacy. He moved closer to home during the pandemic, found a passion for non-profit organizations & community service, and joined the American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) in Tahlequah, OK as the Data Management and Marketing Specialists, as well as the Cherokee Nation Liaison. With his service and dedication to the AIRC, Larod received the Oklahoma NextGen 30 Under 30 Award in Norman, OK.
In April of 2023, Larod joined the Green Country Workforce -WIOA Program as a Career Navigator and Dynamic Culture Champion. In August 2023, Larod received a promotion into leadership as a Lead Career Navigator and was able to guide and support five frontline staff members. He attended his first Partner’s Conference in October 2023 where he was presented with the Governor’s Award for Oklahoma Workforce Development. Currently, Larod is serving as the Monitor, Policy Writer, and ETPL Coordinator for the Green Country Workforce Development Board.
Larod Snyder is deeply rooted in Cherokee heritage, agriculture, and smalltown Oklahoma. From generations of farmers, he also serves as the Cattle Operations Manager for Snyder Cattle Company, the family operations run around two hundred head of beef cattle.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (918) 404-4392
Kathy Adair, Director Business & Industry, Indian Capital Technology Center
Rhonda Archer, Program Manager I, Oklahoma Dept. of Human Services
Jenny Bentley, VP of Human Resources, Northeastern Health System
Yasmin Avila Guillen, Business Services Coordinator, Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services
Kelly Beyer, Market Manager, Manpower
As a 27-year veteran of Manpower, Kelly Beyer has held several roles within the Manpower organization. She has worked as a Recruiter, Business Development Representative and Onsite Account Manager. In her current role as Market Manager, Kelly leads a team of experienced Recruiters towards innovative solutions that address both job seeker and employer challenges and needs. In addition, she works with organizations to identify and solution workforce challenges such as recruiting and retention.
Ken Busby, Executive Director, Route 66 Alliance
Ken Busby is the Cultural Czar of Northeast Oklahoma. He also serves as Executive Director & CEO of the Route 66 Alliance. Previously, he served as Executive Director & CEO of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa for twelve years. Prior to that, Busby was the Director of Development for Tulsa Zoo Friends and was with Gilcrease Museum for eight years, serving as Membership Director and Director of Communication. A native of Tulsa, Busby holds a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and French from the University of Tulsa. He has a Master of Arts degree in journalism from Indiana University at Bloomington. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Busby is also a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma Class XVII.
Busby is the past chairman of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust. He is the founding chair of the Route 66 Commission in Tulsa. He also serves on the executive committee of the Tulsa Symphony and Green Country Workforce and serves on the Regional Tourism One Voice Legislative Committee for the Tulsa Regional Chamber. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Tulsa and serves as a consultant in the areas of fundraising, grant writing, strategic planning, and board development for nonprofits across the state. In 2008, Busby received the Governor’s Arts Award for Community Service and the Global Vision Award from Tulsa Global Alliance. In 2011, he received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Holland Hall. In 2013, the Association of Fundraising Professionals named him its Outstanding Fundraising Executive, and in 2015, Busby was named the Leadership Oklahoma Distinguished Graduate.
Dr. Eloy Chavez, Dean- College of Extended Learning, Northeastern State University
Cody Cox, Regional Office Director, Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
Joseph Fuller, HR Director, Dal-Tile
Tony Heaberlin, Chief Communications and Economic Development Officer, Tulsa Tech
Teresa Inhofe, Plant Human Resource Admin | OK Plant, CaptiveAire
Ted Jenkins, Training Director, Electrical Workers Apprentice Training Center (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Tulsa Local 584)
Diane Kelley, Executive Director, Cherokee Nation Career Services
Fran Columbin, Director for Adult Education, M-Power Coordinator. Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology-Okmulgee
Karen Pennington, Executive Director, Madison Strategies Group
Christopher Pierce, Senior Human Resources Specialist, PACCAR Winch Inc.
John Lamont, Store Manager, Walmart Stores Inc.
Dr. Ron Ramming, President, Connors State College
Lisa Mason, Vice President of Safety and Human Resources, Melton Truck Lines
Rachel Savage, Manager Talent Acquisition, Williams
Dr. Peter Selden, Vice President of Workforce Development, Tulsa Community College
Pete Selden serves as the Vice President for Workforce Development at Tulsa Community College where he works across the College’s 38 workforce degree programs and 37 certificate programs that prepare students to go directly into the workplace. He also works to assess workforce needs in the Tulsa area, collaborating with employers and workforce agencies to establish training programs that prepare TCC students for employment. Selden provides leadership to TCC’s 29 community advisory committees that help guide and review the College’s workforce development programs. He came to TCC from Arkansas State University Mid-South in West Memphis, Arkansas where he worked in workforce education for the past 12 years, most recently serving as associate vice chancellor for workforce programs. Selden is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He has earned an MBA from Arkansas State University as well as a B.S. in Psychology and a B.S. in Communication from the University of Buffalo.
Lesli Shoals, Business HR Manager, AEP/PSO
Amy Spencer, Human Resource Manager, Greenheck
Tammy Taylor, Community Affairs Manager, Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E)
(Board Chair) Tim Thompson, Vice President of Special Operations, ServPro of Muskogee/McIntosh Counties and Tahlequah
Landon Varnell, Training Coordinator, Plumbers & Pipefitters Apprentice Training Center
Corey Sisson, Market President, Firstar Bank
Eric Wells, Director, Southwest Region Services, Trafera
Dower Combs, Account Executive, Consolidated Communications
Dee Hays, Principal, Excellence Engineering, A Bowman Company
Taylor Foster, Chief Executive Officer, Golden Rule Industries
Laurel Havens, Executive Director, Muskogee County EMS
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