Mr. Chris Hooper
Mr. Chris Hooper assumed the position of Executive Director of the Oklahoma Federal Executive Board (OK FEB) on September 29th, 2019. As an employee of the US Air Force, Tinker AFB, Chris is detailed full time to serve as the Executive Director of the OK FEB. Under the direction of the US Office of Personnel Management, Chris is responsible for all facets of the OK FEB. These include serving as a nucleus and forum of communication and collaboration among over 110 federal agencies and over 80K federal employees and military personnel across 77 counties in Oklahoma.
Prior to the OK FEB, Chris was an employee of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, serving as the Executive Director of the St. Louis Federal Executive Board from December 2016 until September 2019.
Chris is a retired USCG officer and brings a wealth of training, leadership, and HR experience to the OK FEB. His assignments included serving as a helicopter search and rescue flight mechanic and electrician in Alaska, and California, Field Recruiter in Oklahoma City, and Executive Officer, USCG Group Upper Mississippi River, Keokuk, Iowa.
He earned his undergraduate degree in Human Resource Management from Southern Nazarene University and a Master of Business Administration from Webster University. A native Oklahoman, Chris resides with his wife in Yukon, Oklahoma. They have two adult children and one grandchild.
Lisa Smith-Longman has been the Executive Assistant of Oklahoma’s Federal Executive Board (FEB) since October 2013 and currently has 17 total years of federal service.
Prior to coming to the FEB, Ms Smith-Longman held positions at the US Air Force Sustainment Center and the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center located at Tinker AFB, OK
Lisa has an Associate’s Degree in the Fundamentals of Business and is currently working toward her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management.
Lisa is a member of the Society of Government Meeting Professionals and is an FEB trained mediator.
She has received numerous awards, the most notable being the Air Force Sustainment Center Employee of the Year.
Lisa is active in the Parent Teacher Organization at her son’s school and serves as the Tournament Coordinator for Oklahoma Native Softball organization that hosts the longest running All Native Fast Pitch Softball Tournament in the United States.
She is the mother of three and has one grandson. She enjoys travelling to watch her sons and grandson play in their respective sports of baseball, football, basketball and golf.