Brittney Wycoff, an Assurance Partner at HoganTaylor, LLP, will serve as president of the Board of Directors of Parent Promise/Prevent Child Abuse Oklahoma, starting July 1, 2020.
Wycoff is a Certified Public Accountant and a graduate from the University of Oklahoma with a Master of Accountancy and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. She has previously served as treasurer of the Parent Promise board.
Wycoff began her tenure on the Parent Promise board in 2017. She became involved with Parent Promise when she learned how home visiting services have changed the lives of families involved in the program.
“Our parent educators not only equip parents with the resources they need to help their children develop, but they also serve as a vital support system,” Wycoff said. “Our parent educators often help their clients achieve personal goals, such as continuing their education or getting a job.”
Wycoff is active in the Oklahoma City community, and she was named an Oklahoma Society of CPAs Trailblazer in 2013, and in 2019 was recognized as one of Oklahoma Magazine’s 40 Under 40 Professionals. Additionally, she serves on OU’s Steed School of Accounting Advisory Board and volunteers at her local church.
“Brittney has brought valuable insight and skill to our organization in her service as treasurer for the last three years,” said Sherry Fair, Parent Promise executive director. “We are looking forward to the direction Brittney will take our organization as president.”
Parent Promise provides home-based parent education and support services to families in Oklahoma County and part of the immediate metro area. The support programs are provided free to clients and are evidence-based and can serve families with children 0-12. Programs are voluntary and focus on strengthening the bonds between parents and children, particularly in vulnerable families who face obstacles in raising children in a safe, loving and nurturing environment.
“There are so many families that could benefit from our programs,” Wycoff said. “My hope is that we will continue to grow and will have the capacity to serve every parent that wants to participate in our programs.”
Wycoff and her husband, Jason, live in Edmond.