Angie Wilburn serves as Administrative Assistant for ORUEF/ICAA. Originally from Stillwater, OK, Angie moved to Tulsa, OK in 1988. She has been married to Kerry Wilburn, who is the Parking Operations Manager for the Tulsa International Airport, for 21 years. They have two sons, Joshua (20) and Dillon (16). Joshua is currently a Junior attending ORU majoring in Biology/Pre-Med. Dillon is currently a Sophomore attending Victory Christian School. He plans to attend ORU, focusing his studies in the field of law enforcement. Kerry and Angie both attended public school growing up, but they strongly believe in Christian education and have committed to raising their sons on that solid foundation. According to Angie and Kerry, “It’s not just an option; it is our way of life.”

Angie began working at ORU in October 2002 in the office of Student Services, and moved to her current position with ICAA/ORUEF in August 2003. She says she has met the most precious people working with ICAA and ORUEF, and has made friends for a lifetime. “I consider it an honor and a privilege to serve as Administrative Assistant for the best Christian accrediting association.”



Janna Pyle serves as the Administrative Secretary for ORUEF/ICAA. She and her husband, John, are originally from the Pennsylvania and Virginia. They have one daughter, Aimee, who is 10 years old and currently attends Victory Christian School. John and Janna moved to Tulsa in June 2008 to become pastors at Woodland Hills Foursquare Church in Tulsa.

Janna graduated from the former Life East Bible College in 2004 with a B.S. in Theology (emphasis on Christian Education). She attended both a public school and a private Christian school growing up and understands the importance and value of a Christian education. While in Virginia, she served as a substitute teacher for two years and a parent volunteer for four years at Faith Christian School in Roanoke, VA where her daughter was enrolled. She has served on the ORUEF/ICAA staff since June 2008 and has enjoyed getting to meet and to know many of the schools’ staffs.