Adam Foreman ‘Comes Home’ as PR Director for BAPS 


Adam J. Foreman “has come home” to serve as director of public relations for Broken Arrow Public Schools. 
Foreman officially assumed this position on Aug. 3 bringing with him more than 18 years of experience in public relations and strategic communications. His responsibilities include acting as the district’s spokesperson and liaison between the district and local media outlets. 
“I am so excited to be back home,” Foreman said in a posting on the district’s website. “Broken Arrow has been in my DNA for nearly two decades, so it just feels right to be back in the place that gave me my start.” 
For 14 years, Foreman was the district’s graphic artist and publications specialist. He was part of the launch of the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center since its inception in 2009. In 2016, he joined the Tulsa Performing Arts Center as the director of marketing, helping drive tourism and downtown retail for an overall economic impact of $54 billion. 
Foreman graduated from Northeastern State University with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications with an emphasis in public relations, advertising, journalism and graphic design. He was inducted into the NSU Hall of Fame in 1999 (group) and 2002 (individual). 
His resume includes volunteer service with the Broken Arrow Arts & Humanities Council, Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center Foundation, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, Broken Arrow Youth Board, Broken Arrow Young Professionals, BA Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation, Friends of Broken Arrow Neighbors and the Broken Arrow Historical Society.  
He currently serves on the ARTSOK Inc. board of directors.