Selena Skorman

Arts Council of Oklahoma City
Director of Development

Biography

Selena is the current Director of Development for the Arts Council of Oklahoma City. Selena is a former staff member of the insitute and served as an Assistant Social Research Specialist at the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute. Selena’s primary focus at the institute is working on the Charlotte Regional Indicators Project by assisting with the regional database. Her research interests include policy analysis and economics.

Education

B.S. in Economics, Sarah Lawrence College

Articles

  • ui.uncc.edu
    Apr 08, 2014
    What are the characteristics of homeless people in Mecklenburg County? Has that changed over time? A new analysis by the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, in collaboration with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Coalition for Housing and the Homeless Services Network, examines the 2014 Point in Time Count in Mecklenburg County. (Photo: Mary Gaertner)
  • ui.uncc.edu
    Jan 15, 2014
    Just northeast of uptown Charlotte, in a previously abandoned and cluttered warehouse, is Lila's Garden. It's more than a for-profit hydroponic garden. The owners hope it could be a key to revitalizing a struggling neighborhood. (Photo: Selena Skorman)
  • plancharlotte.org
    Jan 15, 2014
    Just northeast of uptown Charlotte, in a previously abandoned and cluttered warehouse, is Lila's Garden. It's more than a for-profit hydroponic garden. The owners hope it could be a key to revitalizing a struggling neighborhood. (Photo: Selena Skorman)
  • ui.uncc.edu
    Mar 06, 2013
    Recently approved unemployment benefit changes in N.C. are structured in a way that will cause additional federal cuts to kick in – reducing by 74 percent the maximum number of weeks that jobless North Carolinians can receive unemployment checks. (Photo:Jmturner via Wikimedia Commons)
  • ui.uncc.edu
    Oct 16, 2012
    Public health is something every community strives for.  In our region, Gaston County is no exception.  Gaston County has recently experienced a reduction in the percent of adults who are obese by raising awareness of the importance of prevention and keeping individuals healthy.