Oklahoma, Small Business Association

Contact Information Oklahoma

Jerrod Shouse

NFIB/Oklahoma State Director

Jerrod Shouse, NFIB/Oklahoma State DirectorJerrod Shouse has been state director of NFIB/Oklahoma since 2010.

He began his career in the office of Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating. Jerrod served as the governor’s personal assistant and as a policy advisor to the governor on several state issues. Jerrod served in the Keating Administration from 1997 to 2003. He later was the spokesperson for the University of Oklahoma as the university press secretary for OU President David Boren.

Jerrod serves on the Board of Directors for the Rotary Club of Oklahoma City, the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma Arts Institute Foundation, and the Leadership Oklahoma City Alumni Board. In 2011, Jerrod served on the Governor’s Task Force on Economic Development and Job Creation.

Jerrod received a bachelor of arts degree in public affairs and administration from the University of Oklahoma. He and his family live in Oklahoma City.

3600 NW 138th St., Suite 102
Oklahoma City, OK 73134

Addtional NFIB Contacts

Kathy Peerson
Member Support Manager

Todd Pack
Senior Media Manager


Contact NFIB in Oklahoma


3600 NW 138th, Suite 102
Oklahoma City, OK 73134

PHONE: 405-310-9779

TWITTER: @nfib_ok

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