Articles by Laura Gamble
About Laura Gamble
Laura is President of Redbud Advisory Group, a consulting company that she founded in 2016. Redbud, whose tagline is, “First I listen”, provides a myriad of consulting and professional development services to non-profit and small business leaders. She is a certified life coach and holds certifications in non-profit management and DISC Behavioral Analysis.
Started in 2008 as a ministry of First Presbyterian Church in Edmond, Turning Point Ministries has evolved into an independent, faith-based non-profit organization serving hard-working, modest income families build a home in Edmond. Turning Point refers to itself as a “hand up” not “hand out” ministry. Clients are required to participate in the building of…Read More
This year has been challenging for everyone, and Project 66 is here to help. Founded in 2010 by five women in Arcadia, Project 66 has grown from serving around 5,000 people to over 20,000 in 2019, and they have served almost double the number of families this year over last year. This year they have…Read More
Most kids really do like to receive new clothes for school and the holidays, even though they may not seem too excited when opening that gift of clothes on Christmas morning. Unfortunately, for the “invisible poor” families living in Edmond, supplying new clothes for their children isn’t always possible. That’s where U R Special can…Read More
At the end of the 2019-20 state fiscal year, there were more than 8,600 children in foster care in Oklahoma. Some of the hardest to place are those in sibling groups. Anna’s House Foundation is a faith-based organization whose mission is to provide immediate, stable, and loving homes for Oklahoma County’s children in state custody.…Read More
In 2005, Chris Sperry became the CEO of HOPE Center of Edmond. She had volunteered at the center for several years before that, helping clients with basic needs like food, clothing, and shelter, and she loved it. When presented with the opportunity to become CEO, she enthusiastically accepted the job because “Working with people is…Read More