Board of Directors


Susan Black Golliver, President
Susan Black Golliver is a 1978 graduate of Memorial. She attended Oklahoma State University and earned her BS in Finance in 1982. While attending OSU, she was the ombudsman for the Student Government Association and was also the president of her sorority. After graduating, Susan worked in the gas marketing industry before leaving to start her family. She and her husband, Tom, live in Tulsa, where they have raised three children and are now grandparents. She has been involved in Susan G. Komen Tulsa, Jenks PTA, medical research advocacy, church student ministry and missions, Tulsa Panhellenic and sorority collegiate and alumnae volunteer work.

Gary Reynolds, Vice President
Gary Reynolds (Class of 1975) graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Journalism. While attending OSU, Gary began working at the campus radio station KVRO. He then made a career out of the radio business in 3 different markets: Tulsa, St. Louis, and Dallas-Fort Worth. Gary has worked for The Kravis Company, Swanson Broadcasting, CBS, ABC, Cumulus, and Westwood One among others. He is now semi-retired but works as a contractor with United Stations Radio Network. Gary is an avid poker player and enjoys baseball, football, and basketball. He is an active member of the OSU Alumni Association and is a huge Pokes football and hoops fan. Gary makes his home today in Addison, Texas. But he will always bleed Charger blue!

Janet Dickason, Treasurer
Janet Dickason ’78 graduated in 1982 from the University of Oklahoma with her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. She obtained her CPA and recently retired as the Corporate Accounting Manager at ONE Gas, Inc in Tulsa, where she worked for 29 years in various positions. She is currently the Treasurer of the Silver Chase homeowners association and the treasurer of the Class of 1978 reunions. She has volunteered for Reading Partners and various organizations throughout Tulsa. Janet is married to another graduate of the Class of 1978, Scott Dickason.

Madalyn Rogers, Secretary
Madalyn Rogers (Class of 2015) was part of the first group of students who received a Charger Pride college scholarship in 2015. She graduated in 2019 from Northeastern State in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, with a degree in integrative biology, with an emphasis on fish and wildlife. After working as an assistant biologist at the Oklahoma Aquarium and later with the Jenks public school system, Madalyn is now a full-time librarian for the Tulsa City-County Library system. A self-described Proud Charger, Madalyn has two dogs, a Husky and a Lab-shepherd mix.

Sharon Alexander
Sharon Alexander is a proud member of the 1978 class of Memorial High School. She attended the University of Oklahoma, graduating with a degree in Elementary Education. Sharon returned to Tulsa and taught in Tulsa Public Schools for seven years, then moved to the Houston, Texas, area and taught there until 2006. Returning to the University of Oklahoma, Sharon worked in University Development while working on her degree in Adult and Higher Education, which she completed in 2009. Sharon now works for the University of Oklahoma Foundation, where she is the Assistant Director of Donor Relations, focusing on stewardship of major, estate, and corporate gifts.

Charles Dunn
Charles Dunn ’73 is an Information Technology consultant based in Tulsa. A former attorney, he has 25 years’ experience as an IT professional and specializes in technical development for SAP systems. He is unmarrried and has two grown children. 

Michael Diver
Michael Diver ’73 is the founding president of the Charger Pride Scholarship Foundation. He is a retired managing editor of Traditional Home magazine; he worked for Meredith Publishing in Des Moines, Iowa, for 28 years. He is the former president of the board of trustees of the Pleasant Hill (Iowa) public library, and a former member of the board of directors of Everybody Wins! Iowa, a reading-mentoring organization he has greatly enjoyed volunteering for since 2004. Michael is married and has three grown daughters along with one grandchild.

Cherilyn Chorette
Cherilyn Chorette (Class of 1990) graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Elementary Education. She went on to add additional certifications with Northeastern State University in the areas of Early Childhood, Specific Learning Disabilities, Mental Retardation, and Mild/Moderate Disabilities. Cherilyn started teaching for Tulsa Public Schools in 1997. After teaching for many years as a general education teacher and a special education teacher, she moved into the role of Special Education Compliance Specialist for TPS in 2019. Cherilyn has been married since 1994 and has two sons who are also proud Chargers and recipients of Charger Pride scholarships (both awarded prior to Cherilyn joining the board of directors). Nicholas is Class of 2019 and Zachariah is Class of 2021. Both sons went on to attend the University of Tulsa. 
 



Susan Black Golliver Class of 1978
Gary Reynolds Class of 1975
Janet Dickason Class of 1978
Madalyn Rogers Class of 2015
Sharon Alexander Class of 1978
Charles Dunn Class of 1973
Michael Diver Class of 1973
Cherilyn Chorette Class of 1990







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