Megan Burkdoll was recently named Vice President of the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association (OKOTA).
Megan is one of our occupational therapists working in the hand therapy department at our Tulsa campus.
She has been serving our patients at Tulsa Bone and Joint for two years. In addition to treating patients on campus, she has been actively involved in the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association (OKOTA) and has served as a voting member of the executive board for the past four years. Practitioners across the state have recently elected her to serve in the role of Vice President of the state association. OKOTA addresses the interests and concerns of occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants who serve in our communities throughout the state. OKOTA is involved in a variety of areas including, but not limited to legislative advocacy, policy changes, networking, and continuing education to ensure practitioners are able to provide excellent services to patients in all settings. As the Vice President, Megan will serve as a voting member of the executive board for a two-year term. She will oversee the strategic plan and leadership development for the organization, while also serving as a liaison between board members and committee members. Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association is in affiliation with the national organization, known as the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).
Join us in congratulating Megan in her new role with OKOTA!
OKOTA Purpose Statement: “The purpose of OKOTA is to promote and improve the practice, study, research, and dissemination of knowledge of occupational therapy in the state of Oklahoma.”