Don Newberry was elected Tulsa County Court Clerk on June 28, 2016 and took office in January 2017.
He was born on February 17th, 1967. He is a third generation Tulsan, a deacon and active member of Memorial Baptist Church, and has served his country in the United States Air Force as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal Specialist. He earned an Associate’s Degree in Business Administration at Tulsa Community College; a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Liberty University; an MBA from Liberty University; and a Masters of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL) from the University of Tulsa School of Law. Don lives in Tulsa with his wife and four children in the Jenks School District.
He began his service in local government six years ago, and since that time has been involved in the managing, directing, and budgeting of a department within the Tulsa County Assessor’s office. As a result of his efforts, the department has an improved efficiency and higher productivity rate. Prior to his career in public service, Don spent several years in the mortgage industry. As the Vice President of Sales, his development of a “workflow analysis” system made it possible for the company to track and analyze the effect of the company’s marketing strategies and sales. In his spare time, and on the weekends, Don serves as a volunteer in many areas. He has spent countless hours teaching Sunday School in the Youth Department of his church, mentoring teens, working with troubled youth at the Tulsa County Juvenile Justice Center, and helping the elderly in his community. Don’s loyalty and commitment to his family, church, and community is part of what draws people to him. He works diligently to serve those around him, and inspires the same in everyone he meets.