Experience District chief has connections to Tulsa, OKC sports, business

OKLAHOMA CITY – The recently named chief head of Oklahoma City’s Adventure District has profound family ties in Tulsa as well as private concern connections to Oklahoma City.

Brittani Hunter, who broke into the matter of sports as an occasion organizer for the Oklahoma City Thunder, ultimately turned into a games specialist, the main guaranteed by the National Basketball Players Association in Oklahoma. She additionally is the proprietor and owner of Spiked, an exceptional espresso mixed drink foundation at 1732 NE 23rd in OKC.

Preceding her transition to Oklahoma City, Hunter procured double degrees in sport the executives and promoting at Oklahoma State University. She likewise holds an expert’s ready to go organization with an emphasis on administration from Southern Nazarene University.

Tracker experienced childhood in Tulsa, where her privately-run company’s ties reach out back to the times of Black Wall Street and the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921. As per the site for Spiked, her granddad, London Joe (L.J.) Farley, claimed a dry-cleaning business for quite some time that became known as Tulsa’s longest-working Black-possessed business.

As indicated by the site, Farley had an idiom that has become one his granddaughter’s core values: “Stand firm, conclude what you need to do, and simply get the ball rolling.”

As leader overseer of OKC’s Adventure District, Hunter will be liable for driving and dealing with the region, including supporting raising money, showcasing individuals, and advancing the region’s force and open doors for financial turn of events. As per a delivery, she has a “enthusiasm for local area commitment” stirred up by her experience both with the Thunder and as a nearby business visionary and entrepreneur. She has expressed goals to work intimately with the OKCAD board to construct connections in the Adventure District and across OKC to cultivate supportable change in upper east Oklahoma City.

“(Tracker) carries fantastic experience and energy to this position,” OKCAD Board Chair Dwight Lawson said. “Through her initiative, we are certain she will keep on pushing the locale forward while expanding on our central goal and associations with our individuals, guests and the local area.”

The city has a ton put resources into the Adventure District, home to a portion of the state’s top attractions including the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park, Science Museum Oklahoma, the Oklahoma City Zoo and USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex and Museum. More than 3.3 million individuals visit the area yearly.

As indicated by the delivery, Hunter has communicated energy to advocate for Oklahoma City and is prepared to advance the different diversion and improvement open doors in the Adventure District. Individuals are welcome to meet her and to hear more about plans for the area at the OKCAD’s first “Evenings in the Adventure District” occasion set for 4:30 p.m. May 19 at True Sky Credit Union, 5029 N. Martin Luther King Ave.