We are proud to have mentors as members here at YPL. Our mentors provide an invaluable asset to our organization by mentoring our members. You can read about our mentors below, and you can also sign up to meet with them by clicking the button under their photo and filling out a short form.
President at Moini, Inc
Hossein Moini is a 1982 graduate of Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington. He has a BA in Radio/TV. He is the president of Adventure Travel, Moini Inc. dba Charley's Grilled Subs, Cinnabon and a partner in Pin High Investments, Four Wood, Inc. and LOL Family Entertainment Center. He also was one of the partners of the Lawton/Fort Sill Cavs, the professional basketball team and 3 times national championship team. He has lived in the Lawton/Fort Sill community since 1982.
He was the chairman of the board of the Lawton Fort Sill chamber of commerce 2005/2006. He is a 1990 graduate of Leadership Lawton class. Moini was elected to the Lawton Public Schools board in 2003. He served a 5-year term and was the President of the board in 2006. Moini is currently serving on the of Comanche County Memorial Hospital Foundation and the Lawton Community Foundation board of directors.
Hossein and his wife, Eddye Ann have been married for 38 years and have three daughters, Katherine, Julianne and Elizabeth, and seven grandchildren Carson, Taylor, Brett, Easton, Claire, Madison and Hadley Mae.
A native of Oklahoma, Dr. Christopher Keller has been teaching in higher education since 2000. He is currently Professor and Chair of the Communication, English and Foreign Languages Department at Cameron University.
Dr. Keller teaches courses in communication, journalism and mass media theory. He served as the faculty adviser CU’s student newspaper, The Cameron Collegian, and the university’s convergence media site, AggieCentral.com, for 10 years before being promoted to Department Chair.
Dr. Keller was the first Cameron graduate honored as Outstanding Young Alumni by the CU Alumni Association. He is also the recipient of the university’s most prestigious teaching honor: The Hackler Award for Teaching Excellence. In 2010 he won the inaugural Faculty Award for Excellence and Innovation in Instructional Technology Integration, and in 2012 he won CU’s “University of Choice” award in recognition of his contributions to student learning. He was named CU Professor of the Year in 2013. He was inducted to the Cameron University Faculty Hall of Fame in 2016. In 2019, he received the Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Faculty Award.
Dr. Keller’s primary research areas include mass media literacy, new media platforms, critical consciousness, social journalism trends and collegiate esports.
Angela Spradlin is a graduate of Cameron University with a degree in Communications.
Her profession for the past 19 years has been in the marketing and business development arena. She has 8 years’ experience in the government contracting sector and for the past 11 years she has been employed at Arvest Bank where she oversees business development and marketing efforts for the Southwest Oklahoma region.
Spradlin is active in the community where she currently serves as the President of the Cameron Alumni Association and is the Fundraising Chair for the Lawton Food Bank.
She is a member of the First Baptist Church Grandfield. She has two children, Brynson and Lucas.
Jennifer Meason’s career at Cotton Electric Cooperative began with a college internship in the Marketing and Member Services department and has progressed over the past 20 years to her position as the cooperative’s Chief Executive Officer. She also serves as CEO for Cotton Electric Services, Inc., a high voltage test lab that is a subsidiary of the cooperative.
Jennifer is originally from Lawton, Oklahoma and has called Walters home for the past fifteen years. She received her Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in marketing and a minor in communications from Cameron University in 2000 and a Master of Arts in Communication from the University of Oklahoma in 2003. She is a 2013 graduate of the Robert I. Kabat Management Internship Program offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association in partnership with the University of Wisconsin.
Jennifer serves on the Board of Directors for the Cotton Electric Charitable Foundation, Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, Cameron University Foundation, Walters Public Education Foundation, the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics Foundation, and is a member and past president of the Walters Rotary Club. Jennifer is married to Clint Meason, a middle school math teacher and basketball coach. They have two daughters.
Jamey "Fosh" Foshee was born in 1963. He is a husband, father of 5, and a member of the Support Staff at Becker-Rabon Funeral home. He has served as a full time minister, worked in automotive retail sales, owned an insurance agency, and now works in the funeral industry. He and his wife Lisa have been married since 2004. While he has been successful in each of his careers, he is most adept at helping people connect on a personal level. In the business world, he sees the value of connecting staff and employers, and customer connection. He also has a strong belief that connections in one's personal life has the greatest impact on a long term successful career. He has recently dedicated much of his time to his project Coffee With Fosh. Through it, he hopes to make personal connection with people he does not know, and hopes to inspire people of all walks of life to become acquainted with one another. Fosh will be a good resource to help you learn to develop connections with people, and can also be a good "ear" if you just need to talk.
Michael B. Brown
Bio coming soon.