President and Chief Executive Officer
Foundation for Tulsa Schools
Moises Echeverria serves as President & Chief Executive Officer of the Foundation for Tulsa Schools, providing strategic leadership to build a stronger community through the support of Tulsa Public Schools. He believes quality public education is the greatest resource to help individuals succeed in life.
Previously, Moises served as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice, being a program participant in 2002, serving as a board member, volunteer, and staff member for nearly a decade. His passion for education and giving back to the community is reflected in the service he has given to numerous organizations. He currently serves on the Tulsa City-County Library Commission as a mayoral appointment. He also serves on the boards of Leadership Oklahoma and Philbrook Museum. Moises is a trustee of the Commemoration Fund, Phillips Theological Seminary and serves on the advisory board of the Community Health Equity Catalyst Strategy.
Moises has received multiple awards for his work in the community, including the Russell Bennett Award by Tulsa Metropolitan Ministry, the Circle of Friends in Service Award by The Links Incorporated, Impacto Hispanic Young Professional of the Year Award by the Tulsa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and The Oklahoma Human Rights Award by the Oklahoma Human Rights Alliance. In 2018, he was recognized by Oklahoma Magazine as one of four Oklahomans of the Year.
Moises is a proud Tulsa Public Schools alumnus from East Central High School. He completed a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in human relations from The University of Oklahoma. He is a graduate of Leadership Tulsa, Class 54 and Leadership Oklahoma, Class 32.