Shelly Douglas is the director of Business Development for the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board. She also serves as the director of Business Development for Community Health Charities, the largest health federation in the country dedicated to raising money through workplace giving and strategic-cause initiatives for charities with a chronic disease and disability focus. She was chosen as the 2014 “Over the Top from the Heart” Award recipient for Children’s Miracle Network/Children’s Hospital Foundation. She is on the Oklahoma board of the American Cancer Society, Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Lung Cancer Initiative, and Board chair for the Epilepsy Foundation of Oklahoma. She is also the co-founder of Deeper into Giving (DIG), an organization formed to help people build their businesses through the eyes of a giver. Shelly is also the recent past president of the Edmond Chapter of Ambucs, an organization that creates mobility for disabled children and veterans. She has worked as a prevention specialist at the University of Oklahoma and the Southwest Prevention Center to help promote the Strategic Prevention Framework State Initiative Grant which helps prevent the onset and reduces the progression of substance abuse in youth.
The partnership between the Southern Plains Tribal Health Board and Community Health Charities allows Shelly to work within her passion which is to help people and create fundraising opportunities that promote the greater good.
She is a graduate of the University of Central Oklahoma with a B.A. in psychology. Shelly is the mom of two amazing children, Matthew 28 and Madison 23.