American Lung Association in Oklahoma
Craig Litle is Vice President and Retail Marketing Manager for First Fidelity Bank, one of Oklahoma's largest and longest standing community banks. First Fidelity is a nationally chartered, privately held bank with $1.4 billion in total assets and 29 offices in the Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Phoenix metropolitan areas.
Mr. Litle has been with First Fidelity Bank since 2006. As retail marketing manager, Litle leads all marketing efforts in relation to retail banking, which includes personal banking products, mortgage, credit card, wealth management, and small business.
Prior to First Fidelity Bank, Litle worked an account executive for one of the largest advertising agencies in Oklahoma, leading the advertising and communication efforts for clients in the finance, healthcare, technology, automotive, entertainment, non-profit, and government sectors.
Litle has made volunteerism and giving back to his community a priority over the course of his career. He has served on the board for Oklahoma City Ad Club, was a founding board member of the young professionals group, Ad2 OKC, has volunteered countless hours with the Urban League of Greater Oklahoma City, the United Way of Central Oklahoma and the Red Cross, and is actively involved with the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce in fundraising and membership development. He also served as Vice Chair of the First Fidelity Bank Family Foundation.
Litle was selected as one of okcBIZ's 40 under 40 in 2007, and is a member of Leadership Oklahoma City, Class XXIX. Litle is most proud of his volunteer work with the American Lung Association. He currently serves as board chair for the American Lung Association in Oklahoma, and also as the Secretary/Treasurer for the American Lung Association of the Southwest, which includes the states of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.
Litle received his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Central Oklahoma. He and his wife, Laura, make their home in Northwest Oklahoma City with their three children.
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