Lewana M. Harris, MHR
Lewana Harris was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She serves as a Development Instructor with ONEOK.
Prior to her current position she was employed with Tulsa County District Community Corrections as a probation and parole officer.
While employed there, Lewana was awarded for her leadership by being endowed as Tulsa County District Officer of the Year in 2011, Officer of the Quarter 2011 and Officer of the Month- March 2011.
She was also previously employed with Fulton County Superior Court in Atlanta, GA as a Pretrial Services Officer. Lewana is an active leader in the community. She currently serves as a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and has served on the boards of Tulsa Area Human Resources Association (TAHRA), ONEOK’s Women’s Resource Group and is currently President-Elect of Association of Talent Development (ATD). She is a volunteer on the program committee of Resonance, an organization that helps women rise above their past, and believe in a brighter future. Additionally, she is a Junior Achievement volunteer, which is a program that teaches students, K-12 about financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship. Lewana’s areas of training include leadership development, resolution training, understanding, valuing, and managing diversity, stress management crisis training, working successfully with female offenders, and organizational leadership. She is certified in the areas of DISC (a communication tool), Situational Leadership, 360 Leadership Feedback Assessments, Designing Learning and Building Inclusive Teams. Lewana has served on various committees throughout Tulsa and surrounding areas and is committed to enlightening, encouraging, educating and empowering others to activate their full potential to ensure their personal contributions are making their community and organization a more productive one.
Lewana enjoys the responsibility of motivating and developing others by providing the tools needed for personal and professional development to enhance themselves, their community or organization. Lewana is a proud graduate of Clark Atlanta University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice. She also earned her master’s degree in Human Relations with a focus in Organizational Studies from the University of Oklahoma, where she maintained a grade point average of 4.0. Lewana resides in Tulsa with her three children.