Young Professional Spotlight: Jorian Jewell

Jorian was born in Oklahoma, grew up in England and finished high school in Nebraska before returning to Oklahoma. He was working two retail jobs and planning on going back to school when he landed his job as a telecommunicator which quickly turned into a career for him.

Young Professional Spotlight: Courtney Waldron, City of Lawton, OK

Courtney began her career with the City of Lawton in August 2018 and quickly rose to the rank of Shift Supervisor by March 2022. Her coworkers describe this promotion as a “direct reflection of her staunch loyalty to the dispatch center and her job performance.”

Young Professional Spotlight: Sarah Bates, City of Tulsa

Sarah’s PSC career began unexpectedly in 2010 when she applied and was hired for dispatch in Osage County. She spent her first two years falling in love with the field and, in 2012, took an opportunity at the City of Tulsa dispatch center, where she currently serves as the PSC Training Coordinator.

Young Professional Spotlight: Jennifer Savely, Kenai Police Department

Jennifer Savely is a dispatcher for the Kenai Police Department in Alaska. Jennifer has always been interested in dispatch, and when the opportunity presented itself, the Alaskan native didn’t hesitate to apply. Jennifer’s interest in public safety was cultivated at a young age. “Growing up in my household, it was not uncommon for us to […]