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Councilor Ben Kimbro, Chair

Ben Kimbro is a native Tulsan and has been a District 9 resident for most of his life. He is proud to have studied at Booker T. Washington High School and The University of Tulsa. He and his wife, Mary Jo, have two sons, Felix and Clive, who attend Marquette Catholic School.

He is Director of Public Affairs for Harvest Health & Recreation, Inc., a publicly traded, vertically integrated, multi-state operation in the cannabis industry. In that role, he oversees corporate interaction with lawmakers, regulators, community leaders, and investors. He is active in cannabis policy development, working with the Policy Center for Public Health & Safety, engaging state Attorneys General, law enforcement, and elected officials in municipal, county state and federal governments. A believer in relationships, Councilor Kimbro has conducted business on six continents, where he maintains close personal friendships with leaders of business, industry, and government that will benefit the economic growth of Tulsa.

Councilor Kimbro was elected to his first term of public service in 2016 but has always been committed to the service of his community. He volunteers and serves on the Board of Directors for Meals on Wheels. He also serves the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an appointed member of the local Government Advisory Committee.

"I am very proud to have won the trust of so many Tulsans and look forward to the work of serving them and making Tulsa a more vibrant, healthy, and successful place to live." Councilor Kimbro said. "I cannot think of any greater city to work for."

Contact Information:

Phone: 918-596-1929

FAX: 918-596-1964

Email: Dist9@tulsacouncil.org

Councilor Kimbro is also on Facebook.

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