See where our alumni are and have been.
Dr. Wayne Lee Mitchell of Rapid City, South Dakota, has earned himself national recognition as he’s traveled the southwestern United States -- as a professor, as a trustee, as an employee, and as an author. He launched his career off of a doctoral degree in political studies from Arizona State University after earning his bachelor’s degree from the University of Redlands in Redlands, California.
Peggy Parsons graduated from Bacone in 1965 with her Associate of Arts in Nursing. She later went on to obtain her Bachelors in Business/Personnel Management in 1988. This was the beginning of a long career in the health services field.
In his spare time Joshua is a volunteer at the Murrow Indian Children’s Home, the American Red Cross and Believing in a Better Way. He gets great pride and joy from giving back to his community and those less fortunate.
David Landrum graduated from Bacone High School in 1948. David went on to Northeastern University where he graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Education in 1950 and later he received his Master’s Degree in Business Education from University of Oklahoma. He was the first person in his family to complete high school or college.
Kathy Street is a familiar face around campus. She started work at Bacone College as a Development Associate. Four years later she has been promoted to the Assistant Director of Annual Funds.
Enoch Kelly Haney graduated from Bacone College in 1962. He then went on to Oklahoma City University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma where he acquired his Bachelors of Fine Arts. Later he was awarded the Rockefeller Scholarship and attended the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona.
David Grayson wakes up early. Sometimes early enough to beat the sun, the same sun that his imposing 310-pound figure might blot out if he stood near you. But that’s what it takes to make it to the top. Grayson is a Jiu-jitsu world champion, having won his title last November in Long Beach, Calif.
Kyle S. Taylor graduated from Bacone College in 2010. His parents knew the day he was born that he would defy the odds stacked against him. “Bo,” as his friends call him, grew up in Glenpool, Oklahoma for most of his life.
Joseph Medicine Crow, from Lodge Grass, Montana, received his 8th Grade Diploma in 1930, High School Diploma in 1934 and his Associates Degree in 1936 from Bacone College, which at that time offered elementary through college level classes. It was here that he formed an interest in other tribes that still exists today. A renowned author, Medicine Crow is the recipient of four honorary doctorate degrees, from USC, University of Montana, Rocky Mountain College, and Bacone College.
Kassey Weaver is a Bacone Alumni from Stigler, OK. While at Bacone she majored in Radiography and graduated in May of 2009. She now an employee of McAlester Urgent Care.