Lisa Powell, Interim Executive Director
Lisa was born and raised in Enid, Oklahoma and received her Bachelor Degree in Psychology from Oklahoma State University. After graduation, Lisa spent the next 1-1/2 years working and traveling in Europe. Lisa then made her home in Dallas, TX where she worked for 10 years as a Product Manager and Sales Director for telecom companies such as AT&T.
In 2009, Lisa moved back to Enid, Oklahoma where she began her career as Associate Director for the Enid Regional Development Alliance. Lisa is on the front lines with many of ERDA’s projects that are vast in scope from leading a local taskforce on housing, to working with both local and out of town businesses on their expansion plans in Enid.
Lisa believes in serving her community and does so as a member of Oklahoma Economic Development Council, Governor’s Economic Development Marketing Team, Enid First, CDSA, Main Street Enid, and the Metro Commission. Lisa is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma’s Economic Development Institute and the Leadership Greater Enid Class XIV.
Lisa has a busy life as she is married to a budding entrepreneur, has 2 children and is glad to be back home in Enid, Oklahoma.
Debbie Moore, Office Manager
Debbie Moore grew up in Enid, Oklahoma and has called it home most of her life. Debbie formerly was the Medical Office Manager for Northwest Oklahoma Cardiology in Enid for 16 years. She then served as a Clinic and Compliance Manager for Ocean Dental Corporation in Stillwater, Oklahoma. In 2013, Debbie began working as the Executive Assistant for Enid Regional Development Alliance and was promoted to Office Manager in January 2019. Debbie uses her managerial background and willingness to serve others to accomplish whatever project or task may come across her desk.
Debbie enjoys spending time with family and relaxes in her spare time by reading, loves to travel, and is an avid OSU Cowboy fan. Debbie is often seen on the weekends, with her husband Dennis, at antique tractor shows. Debbie and Dennis have 4 children and 6 grandchildren spread across the US.