Dr. Max Venard, an optometrist in Moore, Oklahoma, represents Zone 4, Office 4 in the northwest part of the District including parts of Moore and southwest OKC.
A graduate of Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. Venard earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Oklahoma State University and is a graduate from Moore High School. He was a secondary Science teacher in Davis (OK) Public Schools before studying optometry. He holds numerous certifications, including the American College of Forensic Examiners; Eyeverify, Access and Security, Optical Biometrics; Oklahoma Lions Eye Bank, and Oklahoma Private Investigators Association.
Dr. Venard is a member of the following professional and civic organizations:
Glen Cosper currently serves on the Moore Norman Technology Center Board of Education representing Zone 5, Office 5.
Mr. Cosper has the dedication, desire and a unique perspective on public education and has the distinction of being the only person ever elected to the Moore Norman Technology Center Board after serving two elected-terms on the Moore Public School Board of Education. He was born and raised in south Oklahoma City and is a graduate of US Grant High School where he was a member of DECA, one of CareerTech’s educational programs, Oklahoma City Community College and the University of Central Oklahoma.
He spent 16 years in the office technology industry, during the transition from stand-alone equipment to integrated internet based digital products. He served as Oklahoma Office Technology Association President and National board member. He later worked in radio and is a Realtor at Keller Williams Realty.
Mr. Cosper’s community involvement includes:
Glen enjoys spending time with his wife, children and granddaughter. He spends time with family and friends trying new restaurants and going to concerts.
Pam Lewis is MNTC’s newest Board of Education member, having been elected in fall of 2015 to represent Zone 1, Office 1. Lewis is a graduate of Moore High School and has a Bachelor’s of Science in Elementary Education from The University of Oklahoma. She taught with Moore Public Schools for 28 years and retired in 2014.
Formerly a board member for Moore Service League, Moore Free Clinic, and Big Brothers Big Sisters, Lewis now helps her husband, Glen, with his responsibilities as the mayor of the City of Moore and also at Lewis Jewelers. She also enjoys reading and spending time family and friends.
As a board member, I have the great opportunity to make a meaningful difference in the lives of high school students and adults. In my opinion, there is nothing more gratifying than helping someone better him/herself. The classes, certificates, continuing education, and business connections provided by MNTC truly enable students and businesses to reach their great potential. I am humbled to be a small part in this effort.
Andy's community involvement includes:
A lifelong Normanite and alumni of Norman High and the University of Oklahoma (with both an undergraduate degree in microbiology and DDS degree), I have practiced dentistry in Norman for over 33 years. Being a part of the evolution of dentistry over the years has helped fuel my passion for helping people achieve optimum dental health. Advancements in dental cosmetic procedures, laser treatments and, implantology, to name a few, have kept learning and education at the forefront of my career.
I have served on various community boards and commissions including six years on the Norman City Council. My lovely wife Claudia, currently a state representative for House District 45, and I are empty nesters, having raised three wonderful young adults.
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