LeAnn Jenkins has been the Executive Director of Oklahoma's Federal Executive Board (FEB) since May 1994 and serves as the Executive Director of the Houston FEB since October 2013. She also served as the Director of Oklahoma's Cooperative Administrative Support Unit (CASU) from May 1994 until February 1999.
In 1997, LeAnn was detailed to Vice President Gore's National Performance Review (NPR) for six months to assist with the Federal implementation of the Welfare-to-Work initiative. She was again detailed in 2000 (throughout the year), as the project lead for the NPR “Alumni project”.
In her fourty years of Federal Service, Ms. Jenkins has worked in various staffing functions, two years of which were at the Office of Personnel Management. Special Programs include management of the Medical Placement Program at the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Agency, an effort to place physically restricted employees into different positions within the agency in an attempt to retain employees. Prior to that, LeAnn served as the Program Manager for Individuals with Disabilities at Tinker AFB during which time she received an AFLC "People In Action" Award, a Public Service Award from the Oklahoma City Mayor's Committee of Disability Concerns, and the Air Force Distinguished EEO Award. She was invited by Careers and the Disabled to participate in a roundtable discussion regarding employment and accommodation of individuals with disabilities during their annual Personnel Management Seminar held in Boston, Massachusetts.
Since 1995, she has served as a keynote speaker at various federal training events regarding emergency response and the role taken by the Federal Executive Board to assist federal and state agencies, employees, and families after the 1995 attack on the Federal Building. She was the facilitator/coordinator for an interagency group, which developed an Emergency Preparedness handbook for federal agencies in 1999. This handbook was utilized nation-wide by numerous agencies and by fellow Federal Executive Boards to distribute to federal agencies in their geographic area. Since September 11, 2001, the Oklahoma FEB has re-convened an Ad-Hoc group, led by Ms. Jenkins to “review and renew” the guidance for government agencies on Emergency Preparedness and Continuity of Operations. The newly developed guidebook was published in August 2002 with national impact, receiving attention at many agencies’ headquarters, regional and field offices, as well as being utilized in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.
LeAnn graduated Cum Laude from Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, OK, with a Bachelor's Degree in the Management of Human Resources and has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma.
She has received the Exemplary Civilian Service Award and the Meritorious Civilian Service Award issued by the United States Air Force, three certificates from Vice President Gore's National Performance Review for innovative ‘reinvention’ efforts, and the Jack Niles Medal of Honor from the Public Employees Roundtable. She has been named in the International Who’s Who of Professional and Business Women, United Who’s Who Registry and the International Association of Public Administrators for her outstanding leadership and achievements. More recently, she received a Distinguished Public Service Award from the Oklahoma American Society for Public Administration Chapter.
Ms. Jenkins' community involvement includes the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, Oklahoma City Mayor's Committee of Disability Concerns, Central Oklahoma’s Turning Point, American Society of Public Administrators, National Association of Female Executives, American Association of University Women, and the Society of Government Meeting Professionals. She volunteers for the Federal Employees Education & Assistance Fund, Michael 4 Safety, Oklahoma Safe Kids Coalition, Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Violence (outreach committee), Oklahoma Regional Food Bank, "Making the Grade", a Youth Employment Taskforce, the Oklahoma City Arts Council, the Advisory Board for the Public Service Degree program at Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City and the Master’s Program for Public Administration at the University of Central Oklahoma, and the Board of Editors for The Public Manager magazine.
She has two adult children, two adult stepchildren and nine grandchildren with whom she spends as much free time, as possible.
Lisa Smith-Longman has been the Executive Assistant of Oklahoma's Federal Executive Board (FEB) since October 2013 and currently has 17 total years of federal service.
Prior to coming to the FEB, Ms Smith-Longman held positions at the US Air Force Sustainment Center and the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center located at Tinker AFB, OK
Lisa has an Associate's Degree in the Fundamentals of Business and is currently working toward her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management.
Lisa is a member of the Society of Government Meeting Professionals and is an FEB trained mediator.
She has received numerous awards, the most notable being the Air Force Sustainment Center Employee of the Year.
Lisa is active in the Parent Teacher Organization at her son's school and serves as the Tournament Coordinator for Oklahoma Native Softball organization that hosts the longest running All Native Fast Pitch Softball Tournament in the United States.
She is the mother of three and has one grandson. She enjoys travelling to watch her sons and grandson play in their respective sports of baseball, football, basketball and golf.