Debbie Anglin, APR
Debbie Anglin has served in a variety of public relations capacities in corporate, nonprofit and agency settings. She earned her B.A. in political science from the University of Oklahoma and passed her national accreditation test in public relations. In 1999, Debbie founded Anglin Public Relations to provide pure PR. Her vision in creating a firm focused on public relations and marketing was to offer Oklahoma businesses the caliber of PR services usually only found in much larger cities.
Prior to establishing Anglin Public Relations, Debbie was a senior account executive at Waddell Pointer & Associates Advertising. In 1995, Debbie saw firsthand the tragedy of the Oklahoma City Bombing while at the American Red Cross, and she reported the Red Cross response efforts to local, national and international media. While at Sports & Recreation Inc., Debbie planned, budgeted and executed grassroots public relations initiatives.
Debbie currently serves as board member for A Chance to Change and previously served on the board for Family Builders. She is a graduate of Leadership OKC Class XXII, she serves on the Leadership OKC alumni committee, the downtown Oklahoma City planning committee and the stakeholder committee for Central Oklahoma Turning Point. She is also a member of the Junior League of Oklahoma City and the Oklahoma City Chapter of Public Relations Society of America
I love live music. If I don’t have tickets for a concert that’s a month away, I get antsy. My genre is contemporary alternative. While I love Depeche Mode and Gene Loves Jezebel (after all, I grew up in the 80s), my favorite is new stuff. Some of those are Young Empires, Walk the Moon, Royal Teeth and Ms Mr. Center of the Universe in Tulsa and Austin City Limits are always good events for hearing some of these and new bands I’ve never heard.
I also run - been doing it since the 5th grade. I don’t set any time or distance records, I just do it for my sanity. My favorite route is at Lake Hefner.
Finally, I have a young son whom I adore and enjoy playing with. When we aren't at soccer or baseball, we are playing with other kids in the neighborhood.