Executive Director

Jennifer Rush is a native Tulsan. She holds an Associate of Arts from Seminole State College and a Bachelor of Science from Northeastern State University. She received a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Oklahoma State University- Tulsa where she completed her Master in Business Administration

Prior to arriving at the Crime Prevention Network, Jennifer utilized her leadership skills in education administration. During her almost ten years in administration she has held positions in both for-profit and non-profit early childhood organizations. Her most notable accomplishment was her involvement in the opening and leadership of the third Educare school in Tulsa. Tulsa Educare is a non-profit early childhood school that works to change the trajectory of poverty for at-risk and low income students. During her tenure at Tulsa Educare, many families indicated that they did not feel safe in their neighborhoods. Jennifer feels that in order to thrive, families and individuals must have five basic needs met: clothing, shelter, food, medical, and safety. She knows that her experience working with families and individuals from all walks of life will propel the Crime Prevention Network’s mission of creating a safer place to live, work, and play.

Jennifer was appointed Executive Director for the Crime Prevention Network in July 2015. “Being born and raised in Tulsa, I have such a passion for this community. With the exciting growth that Tulsa has seen and the opportunities to come, I have no doubt that the wonderful citizens of Tulsa can continue to work together to make our city a safer place.”

Marketing and Events Coordinator 

Kerry Hornibook, a Tulsa resident for 9 years, recently joined Tulsa Crime Stoppers.  Kerry, a graduate of James Madison University in Virginia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, enjoys a long history of fundraising as Director of Development at St Joseph’s School in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Director of Development and Community Relations at Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) in Tulsa, and Director of Development and School Advancement at Cascia Hall, in Tulsa.

Kerry has been a member of the Association of Fund Raising Professionals (AFP) since 2006, and in 2012 earned the Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) certificate.  She had prior experience as an administrative assistant in the U.S. Senate and in Public Affairs for the FBI in Washington, DC.

 Her support for law enforcement began with her father’s career in the Federal Bureau of Investigation until he became Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administrator in 1985 under President Ronald Reagan.

Kerry is getting married in October to Lynn Fesperman, and lives with her two daughters, Anne 17, and Claire 16, who attend Cascia Hall.

Generation tXt Program Coordinator

Christy Blystone has served as the Generation tXt Program Coordinator since February 2012. She has more than 20 years of non-profit experience in the areas of development, volunteer management, public relations, fundraising and special-event coordination. She is an active volunteer at her children’s schools and for several community organizations. As a native Oklahoman, Christy attended Tulsa Public Schools and earned a BS degree in Journalism/Public Relations form Oklahoma State University. She lives in Tulsa with her husband and teenage daughter and son. Christy considers it a joy to work with teen leaders and is honored to further the GentXt mission to help save lives from car crashes.


 Tulsa Crime Stoppers is a program of 501c3 nonprofit, Crime Prevention Network, Inc. Through the generous support of individuals, communities, corporations and foundations, we remain Tulsa’s leading public safety non-profit since 1971.  Your gift helps us ensure a safe and successful future for all ages of Tulsa’s community. 

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