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Christina Adcox Named Chief Operating Officer of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation

Apr 9, 2024 | Community, Press

After a nationwide search, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is excited to announce the hiring of Christina Adcox as the foundation’s new Chief Operating Officer. 

Christina Adcox

Christina Adcox

Chief Operating Officer

Oklahoma City Community Foundation

“Christina Adcox has the perfect combination of expertise in philanthropy, deep local roots and dedication to our community, which make her an excellent addition to our team,” said Trisha Finnegan, Oklahoma City Community Foundation President and CEO. “She knows transformational change in our community happens when we all work together, and she has the proven leadership skills to work with our team as we continue growing the capabilities and impact of the foundation.”

The Oklahoma City Community Foundation was looking for a self-motivated and forward-thinking individual to help lead our talented, passionate team.

We found Christina Adcox.

Trisha Finnegan

President & CEO, Oklahoma City Community Foundation

With more than 20 years of nonprofit leadership experience, she has driven operational and fundraising strategies across multiple service sectors for leading Oklahoma-based nonprofit organizations. Most recently, Adcox served as the Director of Advancement and Philanthropic Partnerships at the Noble Research Institute in Ardmore, OK. Prior to that, she served as the Regional Chief Operating Officer for the American Red Cross as well as the Interim Executive Director for INTEGRIS Health Foundation.

In the role of Chief Operating Officer, Adcox will implement and directly enhance operational capabilities along with major strategic initiatives as she works alongside the president and CEO.

“As an ever-evolving organization, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation was looking for a self-motivated and forward-thinking individual to help lead our talented, passionate team,” said Trisha Finnegan. “We found Christina Adcox. Her leadership will fuel our excellent service and facilitate OCCF and our partners investing even more in our community and the people who live here.

Adcox succeeds Rhonda Godwin, a stellar leader in the philanthropic and banking community who worked at OCCF for fourteen years, most recently as COO. The Oklahoma City Community Foundation board of trustees, leadership team and staff are deeply appreciative of her legacy and service to the community.

About the Oklahoma City Community Foundation 

Founded in 1969, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity that works with donors to create charitable funds that will benefit our community both now and in the future. To learn more about the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, visit www.occf.org.