Ina Dilldine, President, is a 1956 Broken Arrow graduate and life-long Broken Arrow resident.  She is retired from Broken Arrow Public Schools and enjoys spending time with her children, Debbie and Dusty, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is an Ordained Licensed Minister and volunteer for Redeeming Love Prison Ministry, ministering in 7 facilities including H-Unit at OSP, as well as two Nursing Homes. Missionary to Kenya, East Africa.
Ina  was selected as a “Great Graduate” for Broken Arrow Schools and as Starlight Civitan Citizen of the year award.  Past Prayer Coordinator for Channel 17 in Tulsa, Women’s Ministries Coordinator for Oklahoma and Arkansas (18 years).   She loves attending B.A. Football games, avid OSU fan.  Ina also loves being involved with artifacts pertaining to Broken Arrow’s History.   We have a rich history!


Cooper Rash, President Elect, grew up in, and around Broken Arrow, where his family has left a legacy of integrity and community commitment dating back to 1904. He is encouraged by family members, including his Great Grandfather, Grandmother and Mother, to follow in their footsteps, dedicated to advocate for the arts, education, community, and the preservation of history. Cooper serves as a Marketing Officer at AVB Bank. A graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelors in Business; Cooper enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outdoors and attending Oklahoma State Football games.


Teresa Tucker, Vice President, was born and raised in Broken Arrow and graduated from BAHS in 1983. Her family has lived in Broken Arrow since the early 1900s. She has been a member of the Museum Broken Arrow since the opening of the new building. She previously served on the Board of Directors of the museum as the Secretary and Vice President. She is a museum docent and has conducted bicycle and walking tours of historic downtown Broken Arrow. Teresa enjoys learning about all history, but especially Broken Arrow history, Tulsa history, historical buildings, and structures. "I would like to help the museum continue its success and make it even better for the citizens of Broken Arrow and its visitors.  Continuing what the original charter members of the BA Historical Society and Museum started in 1975 is important to me."


Amanda Grace, Treasurer, is the Coordinator of Community Development for Broken Arrow Public Schools. Prior to working for BAPS, Amanda worked with private firms in North Carolina and Texas as a Tax Auditor, Tax Consultant, then became a stay at home mom for nine years.
In 2014 she and her family moved to Broken Arrow. Amanda immediately began volunteering in the community with her children, then volunteered for Broken Arrow Public Schools once her children started attending school.  When BAPS created the position of Coordinator of Community Development, she jumped at the chance to do more for Broken Arrow students and teachers.  In the last three years, Amanda has helped facilitate new and valuable partnerships, created new engagement events between the community and school system, and has generated over $250,000 in cash and in-kind revenue for BAPS – all for the benefit of Broken Arrow students.
Amanda, a native of Charlotte, North Carolina, is mom to Jax and Jillian, wife to Mike and is passionate about making a difference in Broken Arrow.


Farrah Fulps, Secretary, is a fourth generation Broken Arrowan.  She was a K-12 graduate of Broken Arrow High School and attended Northeastern University and Oklahoma State and earned a Bachelor of Arts in English. Her twenty-year career path has focused on Marketing and Business Development.  After a few years living in Miami, Florida, Farrah was delighted to return home and plant her feet in Broken Arrow to help grow her grandfather’s company, Arrow Exterminators.  Farrah is passionate about her involvement with the local community and philanthropy, is active in many community organizations, is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Broken Arrow Chamber, and is a 2020 graduate of Leadership Broken Arrow. In her free time Farrah cherishes her time with her family and friends and Teacup Schnauzers, Jasper & Finn, she loves all things Broken Arrow, is an avid Chiefs fan, Chiefs Cheerleader alum, and season ticket holder.  Farrah looks forward to the rest of her life in Broken Arrow and the opportunities to serve her community with great passion and commitment!


Natalie Leone, Director, is a California native with Oklahoma roots. Her grandparents grew up in Oklahoma but migrated west during dust bowl. Natalie is an attorney at Littleton Legal, PLLC here in Broken Arrow where she specializes in helping families and businesses thrive with an active practice in business law, estate planning and probate. Natalie graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Management, The University of Tulsa College of Business in 2008 with a Master of Business Administration, and The University of Tulsa School of Law in 2008 with a Juris Doctorate. She has extensive experience in both civil and criminal law on both sides of the aisle and has been practicing law in Texas and Oklahoma since 2008. She is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association, where she serves as a committee member for the Women in Law committee, the Texas Bar Association, the Ft. Bend County Bar Association, the Tulsa County Bar Association, and the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity. In addition to her vast legal experience, Natalie has also launched several businesses as an entrepreneur. Natalie currently resides in Broken Arrow, OK with her three fabulous children and their two crazy puppies. She is a member of All Souls Church and enjoys spending time with friends and family, playing nerdy board games, undertaking over ambitious home improvement projects, and gliding around a ballroom dance floor.


Kenneth Schwab, Director, is the Assistant City Manager over Operations at the City of Broken Arrow.  He has worked at the city for 12 years. He is a native of Broken Arrow.  He was born in the old Franklin Hospital, which is now the Military History Museum, and graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 1984.  He earned both a Bachelor of Science (1988) and a Master of Science (1995) degree in Civil Engineering from Oklahoma State University.  Additionally, he earned a Master of Arts (2010) in Administrative Leadership from the University of Oklahoma.  Mr. Schwab is both a registered Professional Engineer (1993) and a registered Professional Structural Engineer (2020) in the state of Oklahoma.  In addition, Mr. Schwab holds a national Certified Floodplain Managers’ accreditation (2004).  Likewise, he holds both a Class A Water and Wastewater Operator’s license, as well as both a Class C Water and Wastewater Laboratory Operator license in the state of Oklahoma with the Department of Environmental Quality.  In 2021, he was inducted into the Broken Arrow High School Alumni Associates’ Great Graduate Program.
Mr. Schwab has extensive consulting and municipal engineering experience.  He began his career as a consulting engineer in 1989 and continued in private practice until he joined the City of Broken Arrow in 2008.  He has owned and operated his own professional engineering practice until he came to the City of Broken Arrow to serve his hometown.  During his career, he has been involved in some manner or aspect of over $500 million worth public infrastructure capital improvements for the city of Broken Arrow alone.  Mr. Schwab is honored and privileged to be a part of this community and enjoys investing in its present and future.


Roger Love, Director, is a BA graduate of 1974. He retired from a long career at the Ford Glass Plant, here in BA. Roger's favorite pastime, besides taking care of his horses, is spending time with his beautiful granddaughters.  Roger Love, LOVES Broken Arrow and more than anything, wants to share that love with the community.  


RobAnn Cloud, director, is a Clinical Resource Nurse at the Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis.  She is married to the love of her life, Cody, and has 3 wonderful children; Allie is 21, Andrew is 18, and Ben is 16.  She has 4  dogs, 5 cats, a bearded dragon, numerous chickens, and some fish!  Her daughter Allie has been working at the museum 6 years and it has become near and dear to her heart!  


Adam Foreman, director, ​is the Director of Public Relations for Broken Arrow Public Schools.  For 14 years, Foreman worked as Broken Arrow Public Schools’ graphic artist and publications specialist. He also served in the launch and marketing of the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center since its inception in 2009. In 2016, he joined the Tulsa Performing Arts Center as the director of marketing where Foreman’s marketing, public relations, web and social media strategy continued to drive tourism and downtown retail for an overall economic impact of $54 billion.
Foreman graduated from Northeastern State University with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications with an emphasis in public relations, advertising, journalism and graphic design. He was inducted into the NSU Hall of Fame in 1999 (group) and 2002 (individual).
Foreman also has a passion for community engagement with board service to the Broken Arrow Arts & Humanities Council, Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center Foundation, American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, Broken Arrow Youth Board, Broken Arrow Young Professionals, BA Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation, Friends of Broken Arrow Neighbors and the Broken Arrow Historical Society. He currently serves on the ARTSOK Inc. board of directors


Joe Quickle, Director, is a 5th generation Oklahoman dating back to when it was Indian Territory. He is married to the love of his life, Megan, and moved to Broken Arrow in 2015. Along with many years of community involvement independently and with various non-profit organizations, Joe is also passionate about science, research, history and helping people discover their roots through genealogy. Outside of his day job, Joe is a voice over artist, actor, member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and co-hosts a couple of internationally recognized podcasts. He is currently studying both Performing Arts and TV & Film production through a remote program at NYU. 


Robert (Bob) Rosser, Director, The Robert Rosser family has lived in Broken Arrow continuously for over one hundred years. Bob Jr. graduated B.A.H.S. in 1959 followed by a B.S. in 1963 at O.S.U., an M.S. in 1965 at O.S.U., and a Ph.D. in 1969 at Virginia Tech. He was selected as a B.A.H.S. “Great Graduate” in 2013. After a career in the Animal Feed industry, he entered the real estate sales profession in which he is currently active.   Bob is an active genealogist and family historian having served his family in leading a number of Rosser family reunions. He is also actively engaged with his graduating class of 1959.    Bob and his wife Ann (B.A.H.S. 1961) were married in the old stone chapel at the BA First Baptist Church in 1963 and are current long time members of The Church at Battlecreek. Bob is the Bible Study leader for the Senior Adult Community Group.   For the past 17 years, Bob and Ann have led and directed the ministry, a Christian teaching ministry for pastors and women in Kenya, East Africa.   The Rosser’s have two children, three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.    Bob is also an active member of the Broken Arrow Toastmasters Club. 


Macy Goodnight, Director, is a freelance writer for Broken Arrow Magazine and is a self-employed, professional photographer at Macy Goodnight Photography. She is a fifth generation Oklahoman with ancestral roots in pre-statehood Indian Territory.  She is passionate about history and genealogy, and currently volunteers at the Broken Arrow Genealogical Society, serving as their Editor, as well as assisting in the library. Macy finds great joy in inspiring others to feel as excited about history as she is.
​Her previous work experience includes Event Coordinator and Educator at the Oklahoma Aquarium, as part of the original staff that opened the attraction in 2003. She has also served as an officer in PTA, and has experience working with non-profits in their fundraising efforts. She has an Associates Degree in Liberal Arts, while working towards her Bachelor’s in English, and holds an Advanced Certification in Photography. Macy is grateful to be a part of The Museum Broken Arrow, and is looking forward to contributing her energy into such a rewarding endeavor.


Nicole Smith, Director, is an Owner & Operator of 1-800 Water Damage of SE Tulsa. A native Texan but forever an Oklahoma Resident. Married to Joshua Smith who was born and raised in Oklahoma, together they have 5 children. 
After a 15 year career in Commercial Real Estate behind her, and 20 years of Disaster Remediation behind her husband, they had a vision for better serving their community in the restoration field. This is how 1-800 Water Damage of SE Tulsa was founded. 
With a passion for serving our community Nicole sits on several committees for the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce, including The Ambassadors, Membership Engagement, and several event committees as well. She was named Broken Arrow Volunteer of the year for Broken Arrow for 2021 and truly has a heart for the city of Broken Arrow and creating a thriving community.  
Next to building a strong and connected community, the most important thing to Nicole is spending time and creating memories with her 5 children and husband, hiking, traveling and just playing outdoors on their acreage in Broken Arrow. 


Robyn Havener, Board Development & Recruitment, is a Kansas farm girl who grew up in Broken Arrow, OK with parents who ran a small business. She graduated from Broken Arrow High School in 1996 and, while always a proud graduate, her pride has grown even more as her two children are working their way through Broken Arrow schools. After she left BA, she went to TCC and then OSU from which she graduated with a BS in marketing. Robyn has been married since 2003 to her college sweetheart, Jeff, an engineer at Zeeco based here in Broken Arrow.  Their two kids, Ethan, 12, and Kelsey, 10, keep them busy with their various activities and interests.  Her marketing degree led to a career in account management and leadership which is where she discovered a passion for helping people. A change in career led Robyn to an opportunity with Edward Jones. Joining Edward Jones has also allowed her to become more integrated into the community.  She is a member of the Rotary Club of Broken Arrow, Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce and is also an active Broken Arrow School PTA Council Member.


Nicholas Pardon, Past President, 4th generation Oklahoman. Has always had a love of history and a passion for keeping it alive. "We truly stand on the shoulders of giants and believe that their stories should be shared and never forgotten."  Nicholas is a Financial Advisor for Edward Jones. He enjoys being a resource for people whether it is helping people build and protect their financial dreams or pouring back into the community through avenues like the museum, other non-profits or church. He strongly feels that having the heart of a servant is the best path to a fulfilled life.​


Julie Antoshkiw-Brown, Executive Director,  was born and raised in Broken Arrow Oklahoma before a family move relocated her to the Houston, Texas area in 1996. After attending Texas State University, Julie and her husband began their family in Texas. During a visit to her hometown, they decided Broken Arrow was the best place to raise their growing family. Since moving back, Julie has immersed herself in the community through volunteer work and supporting the local area businesses and nonprofits. Julie’s personal interest in history and museums led her to The Museum Broken Arrow, first as a patron and then beginning in September 2018 as an employee. Julie enjoys serving the Broken Arrow community, researching family history, exploring museums, and spending time with her family, including her husband and their two children.​ She has lived in Broken Arrow for 32 years.


Allie Cloud, Museum Associate, has been an employee of The Museum BA since 2018.  Prior to 2018, she  volunteered at the museum for 4 1/2 years. She obtained her Associates Degree of Arts in History in 2021.   She has a 3 year old Dalmatian named Rosemary and a 2 year old black cat named Sassafras.   She would love to be able to travel back in time and be able  to learn more about America.  Her family tries to visit a museum everywhere they go, just for her!  


Nancy Brian, Artifact Collections Manager, was born in the Midwest and grew up on the East Coast.  Marriage brought her  to Broken Arrow, where she has lived half her life and raised a son. Originally in a PhD program in clinical psychology, she changed course and went after her life-long interests in libraries and museums. Nancy's last two placements have been at the Tulsa Air and Space Museum and the Military History Center, and she is now at home at the Museum Broken Arrow.  
  With equal engagement, Nancy plays flute, recorder, and pennywhistle, and performs in a Renaissance early music ensemble and Irish group. Volunteer work has always been a family tradition to which she is faithful. Play time includes tennis, reading, and dog-petting. If there is a boat or plane nearby, she will freely crew.