Chief Executive Officer

Robyn Sunday-Allen, Cherokee Nation, RN, MPH, is the CEO of the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic. Sunday-Allen attended the University of Oklahoma where she received her BA in Psychology, BSN in Nursing, and MPH in Health Administration and Policy. Robyn began her career at Oklahoma City Indian Clinic as an RN and became the Director of Nursing shortly thereafter.  She was promoted to the Chief Operating Officer position in 2001 and most recently appointed as the CEO in 2009.

Robyn is currently on the Board of Directors for the National Council of Urban Indian Health; Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce and New View Oklahoma. She is a Graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City Class XXIX and Leadership Oklahoma Class XXVI.

Robyn has received many awards including Indian Health Service’s Lifetime Achievement Award, Luana Reyes Leadership Award, The Journal Record’s 50 Making a Difference Woman of the Year Honoree 2009, 2010, 2012; The Journal Record’s Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEO Honoree 2009-2011and was inducted as the first ever CEO in Oklahoma’s Circle of Excellence. In an Oklahoma Proclamation from Gov. Brad Henry declares November 14 Robyn Sunday-Allen Day.

Robyn is married to Russell and they have one son, Eli.