Midwest City, Okla. – Rose State College is pleased to announce a new addition to the communications team. Tamara Pratt joins the college as Associate Vice President for Strategic Communication and Marketing.
Pratt brings a wide skill set to the team with over 20 years experience in communications, community affairs, strategic planning, and marketing. Most Oklahomans will recognize Pratt for her on air reporting for KWTV-NEWS 9 and specifically her coverage of the Timothy McVeigh federal trial. However, she also served for four years as the Communications Director at the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism and an additional three years as the organization’s Deputy Director. Before moving to Rose State, Pratt worked with the American Red Cross first as Communications Lead and then as the Major Gifts Officer for Financial Development.
As Vice President for Student Affairs and Marketing, Pratt will work diligently to roll out the college’s new branding and to promote the innovative programs coming out of Rose State College which is being led by President Jeanie Webb. Pratt will also serve as media contact for the college. She can be reached at: