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Meet the OKGOP Leadership

Nathan Dahm, Chairman

Nathan Dahm spent his childhood years in Broken Arrow before the Dahm family moved to the Eastern European nation of Romania as missionaries to the former communist nation.
Upon graduating high school, Nathan returned to serve as a missionary designing the 65-acre Bible school campus being built. Nathan also served as Dean of Students for the Bible school’s charter class.
Upon returning home to Oklahoma, Nathan quickly noticed the changes facing America and the many challenges lying ahead. He became actively involved in the GOP including serving as the President of the Tulsa Area Republican Assembly.
As a Constitutional Conservative, Nathan draws heavily from having experienced the results of communism to inform people of the failures, perils, and evils of socialism. Nathan has been ranked the most conservative State Senator in the history of Oklahoma.

Wayne Hill, Vice-Chairman

Wayne currently resides in Osage County with his wife Cathy of 45 years. He is a native Tulsan graduating from Nathan Hale High School.  Cathy is a 7th grade English teacher.  Together they had 5 children and have 10 grandchildren. Wayne is a graduate of OSU with a BS in Marketing, a minor in economics and a Masters of Science in Natural and Applied Sciences.

Wayne worked in the medical field in sales, marketing, training and product development with 40 years of experience, with a concentration in oncology, hematology and immunology.

His previous volunteer work includes current Osage County GOP Chairman and State Chapter Director for the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Association. At OK2A, he established of 55 county chapters providing grassroots support for the lobbying efforts at the state capital. He previously volunteered and served on the BOD of MEND Crisis Center in its earlier years. Cathy and Wayne spent many Sundays chauffeuring John 3:16 students to church investing in their spiritual walk to overcome the addictions of substance abuse.


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