The Annie Oakley Society

The Annie Oakley Society

Following in the footsteps of one of America's most illustrious female trailblazers, contemporary women leaders are establishing The Annie Oakley Society of the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. And, you are invited to participate!

The Annie Oakley Society is comprised of women leaders and philanthropists who, like Annie Oakley, are playing significant roles in shaping our communities and creating new horizons. Through their efforts, they are demonstrating undying determination, a passion for excellence and support for the American character preserved and promoted through this Museum… one of our national treasures.

Won't you join us as we celebrate women and pay it forward for future generations? Get on board as we form the cornerstone of this important philanthropic effort.

We welcome your inquiries! For more information on membership opportunities, e-mail To become a member or to suggest potential members, contact Michael Myers at (405) 478-2250, Ext. 233.

To build and sustain world class educational experiences for children and families to teach the rich history of the American West for generations to come.

To honor the character, perseverance and moral fiber of our namesake, Annie Oakley, through creative programming and meaningful outcomes to help make The National Cowboy and Western Heritage a world-renowned educational experience.


  • Raise funds to build and sustain state-of-the-art educational exhibits, facilities, programs and outreach services to teach children, teachers and families from around the world about the rich history of the American West.
  • Honor a contemporary woman each year with The Annie Oakley Award in recognition of distinguished success, passion for excellence and leadership.
  • Celebrate the accomplishments of individuals who "Aim High" as trail blazers in their communities, by demonstrating leadership and the entrepreneurial spirit of the West