Month: August 2023

Elian Hurtado

Elian Hurtado Jarve

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As a Venezuelan immigrant living in Tulsa for the past 25 years, I understand the cultural and language challenges the immigrant community faces as they navigate their new life. 

Since 2002 my professional experience has allowed me to excel in the field of entrepreneurship, economic development and community outreach. I am and forever will be an advocate for entrepreneurs, especially those facing added challenges due to lack of knowledge and/or access to resources.

Aside from my professional life, I have devoted my free time to advocating for the Hispanic community, and to ensuring the prosperity of our city of Tulsa; a city which I absolutely love.

I have served on many boards and commissions, where I have used the platform to advocate for affordable housing, support for immigrants, and inclusive economic development. In 2020 I was appointed by the Mayor of Tulsa as a trustee of the Tulsa Authority for Economic Development (TAEO), now Partner Tulsa, where I currently serve as Vice Chair.

I would be honored to to be the one you choose to further your advocacy and outreach to ensure all Tulsa entrepreneurs have a fair change at succeeding!

Beth Reinwald

Beth Reinwald

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Flourish Homes Inc.

PO Box 140461

Broken Arrow, OK 74014


Along with being CEO of Flourish Ministries, Beth is Registered Nurse, and she last worked for Saint Francis Hospice. God has used Beth in nursing for over 20 years, in management positions, as a youth leader for inner city youth, and as a God-Mom to one of her youth girls who lived with her and inspired her to start Flourish Homes.


Beth has done mission work in India, Turkey, Egypt, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti. She moved to Tulsa to attend Victory Bible College and is a graduate of their Practical Ministries and Missions program.


Beth is passionate about helping girls thrive and flourish! She has always had a heart to mother, even when she was not yet a mother herself. As a youth leader, she identified that many young women simply cannot make it on their own when they are missing critical supports like family, basic necessities, and a relationship with God and His church.


It is her belief that when kids are 18 and aging out of foster care or in other tough circumstances, they are not “grown-up.” Young adults still need caring adults to help them navigate adulthood.  Flourish Ministries aims to fill in the missing gaps and be that caring adult. Flourish became incorporated in December 2013. They opened their doors to full-time programming in 2019 when they were invited to take over the Manna House Program in Tulsa. They quickly closed again due to zoning and location issues. In October of 2020 they moved to the Circle of Care Campus on Gilcrease Museum Road where they are fully operational today.

Beth is passionate about raising up young daughters who are whole and healthy who can serve God and others.

Jenice Jones

Jenice Jones

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5330 E. 31st St., Lower Level |Tulsa, Oklahoma | 74135

Office: 918.794.8858 | Cell: 918.691.0519 | 


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Find us on Facebook: Just The Beginning

Jenice Jones, Founder & President of Just The Beginning Inc., a minimum two year Diversion & Reentry Program for women facing time in prison and women returning home to make significant lifestyle changes.
Jenice is a native Tulsan, born to her parents who have been married for almost 60 years. Jenice has graciously raised 2 amazing daughters, the oldest holds a degree from the University of Oklahoma in MHR and currently employed with a Fortune 500 company in Atlanta, GA and her youngest, holds a master’s in civil engineering from the University of Oklahoma and working for the top integrated construction and design company in Dallas, Texas.
Jenice, after divorcing from her 13-year marriage to her high school sweetheart, eventually found that her then husband, was riddled with addiction. Jenice found herself living in the middle of trauma and not understanding how to manage, until she started attending AL-Anon, a support group for family & friends of those with addictions.
In 2009, Jenice Jones, founded and became the Executive Director of Just The Beginning, while committed to volunteering weekly at David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center, the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, teaching healthy boundaries and relationship goals. Jenice is involved in all day-to-day operations of Just The Beginning, along with administrating, being committed to one on one training/support, and community involvement.
In 2012, Jenice decided to return to college and complete her education as she is now a graduate from The University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and she holds a master’s in Human Relations-Social Justice & Change degree. Jenice is currently a PhD Candidate from Walden University in Public Policy & Administration, specializing in law.
Please help us welcome, the Founder of Just The Beginning where helping justice involved women, GROW for today, TRANSFORM for tomorrow, and INFLUENCE for generations is