Dana Weber, Epsilon Gamma/U of Tulsa, named 2011 Woman of the Year by Oklahoma City’s daily newspaper, the Journal Record.
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Dana Weber Named Woman of the Year
The Journal Record, Oklahoma City’s daily newspaper, named Dana Weber as its 2011 Woman of the Year. Presented in October at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, the award recognizes her business leadership and community service.
Dana has had a career of 40 years in the family business, Webco Industries, a manufacturer and value-added distributor of high-quality carbon steel, stainless steel, and other metal tubular products. She was named president in 1995 and CEO in 2011. She additionally is president of Total Energy Resources Inc., a company the Weber family bought in 2005 that manufactures and repairs indirect-fired water bath heaters.
Statewide, Dana is a member of Governor Mary Fallin’s Tax Reform Task Force and chair of the Oklahoma Prosperity Project, a nonpartisan effort to help voters make informed decisions on issues and candidates affecting Oklahoma’s business environment.
A resident of Tulsa, Dana has served on the boards of the Tulsa Metro Chamber, and Tulsa’s Young Professionals, and has been active with the Young Presidents’ Organization, Tulsa Chi Omega Alumnae Association, Rotary Club, Salvation Army, Tulsa Ballet Theater, and Junior League of Tulsa. She was named Tulsa Area Alumnae Panhellenic Woman of the Year for 2011.
Dana has a degree in accounting and a juris doctorate from the U of Tulsa, where she was initiated by Epsilon Gamma Chapter. She also completed Harvard Business School’s Program for Management Development.
Dana and her husband, Raymond Jones, have one daughter, Lauren.