About Us

behind the scenes at beyond

Lee Ann Crosby

Greetings!  I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about myself. I am a Tulsa native and a Tulsa Central alumni.  I have two children ages nine and twelve  who attend Tulsa Public School. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development and Family Science from OSU and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health and Human Relations From the University of Oklahoma. I have always had a personal goal to assist the community and it is for this reason that I founded The Just A Push Foundation. The nonprofit organization develops programs designed to link individuals within the community to the vital resources the so desperately need. I have been a mental health care provider within the community for over seven years now and prior to that, I worked in education for five years. It has been my passion to assist those within our city who need help and to empower them to reach their true potential. Please take a moment to visit my webpage, ww.justapushfoundation.org, and it will help you to understand what I stand for and believe in for the community.

We empower at risk communities by creating hope through Pathways. Pathways are resources provided to encourage growth with in individuals & community .

Community Resources

  • Tulsa Midnight Basketball
  • Hoops of Fire  – Winter 2018
  • Co-ed Baseball League
    • ages 4-12 *   Cheer   7-12
  • Mobile Clothing Closet
    • Available by appointment
    • Monday—Thursday
  • Resource linkage
  • Annual Easter Egg Hunt 
  • Community engagements to strengthen community

We have been actively advocating for a grocery store, community center and economic development to ensure community needs are met, since 2016

  •  Meeting with Mayor s staff concerning community survey created by LeeAnn Crosby Chief Executive Officer of Just A Push Foundation.
  • Up with Trees — in progress
    Advocated for County and City of Tulsa for Community street acknowledgement signs 
  • Organized meeting with Drive forward engineers and research team at Grace Church