OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, welcomes a new board member.
Mashell Sourjohn joined OKCIC’s board of directors in July of 2022. Sourjohn resides in Oklahoma City, and is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. She graduated from University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies Administrative Leadership. Sourjohn continued her education at University of Tulsa College of Law and graduated with a Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law. She has worked for the American Heart Association where she managed affiliate, state and local coalitions to implement heart and stroke improvement programs, guidelines and policies.
Sourjohn currently works for AARP where she champions quality events and partnerships that improve the lives of Oklahomans in areas of transportation, fraud prevention, livable communities, food security, disaster relief, utilities, home care, caregiving, entrepreneurship and Native American health and cultural preservation.
Her work has earned her several achievements and honors, including Power American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Honoree from the United States Office of Minority Health, Sherrie Gordon Award for Excellence in Multicultural Leadership from AARP and Disaster Relief & Assistance Recognition – AARP from Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference.
About Oklahoma City Indian Clinic
Oklahoma City Indian Clinic was established in 1974 to provide excellent health care and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma. The clinic staff cares for more than 22,000 patients from over 220 federally recognized tribes every year. American Indians can receive a range of services, including medical, dental, pediatrics, prenatal, pharmacy, optometry, physical fitness, nutrition, family programs and behavioral health services. For more information, please call (405) 948-4900 or visit www.okcic.com.