Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture

A division of Tulsa Regional Tourism at the Tulsa Regional Chamber, Tulsa FMAC is dedicated to developing and connecting resources to grow the region’s creative industries, while also promoting Tulsa as a creative hub and cultural destination.

Meet Your Tulsa FMAC Team

The Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture is a division of Tulsa Regional Tourism, an initiative of the Tulsa Regional Chamber.





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Meg Gould

Executive Director and Film Commissioner

About Meg

Meg Gould's journey through the film industry showcases a rich tapestry of experiences and dedication to her craft. Starting from her education at Texas Christian University, where she earned a BA in Radio, Television, and Film Production, Meg embarked on a fulfilling career that took her from Los Angeles to Dallas and eventually to Tulsa.

In Los Angeles, she worked on a diverse array of projects, ranging from big-budget films like Godzilla to prestigious events like the Academy Awards and the World Cup. Her roles as a Production Coordinator, Production Manager, and Producer equipped her with invaluable skills and insights into the industry.

After returning to Dallas to work on Walker, Texas Ranger, Meg made a pivotal career move by joining the Dallas Film Commission. Her dedication and contributions were quickly recognized, leading to a promotion to the role of Assistant Director. Driven by her passion for nurturing the industry, she became involved in various industry organizations, including the Texas Association of Film Commissions, Dallas Producers Association, Women in Film Dallas, Dallas Film Society, Texas Music Cities, and Texas Media Production Alliance. Meg is also a certified Film Commissioner with the Association of Film Commissioners International.

Meg's dedication and leadership played a crucial role in the Commission's evolution into the Dallas Film and Creative Industries Office, reflecting its expanded scope and impact within Visit Dallas.

In January 2023, she assumed the role of Executive Director of the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts, and Culture. In Tulsa, Meg works to elevate the city's profile as a hub for film, music, arts, and culture. Her involvement at the local, state, and national organizations underscores her commitment to advancing the interests of creative professionals and fostering vibrant creative ecosystems.

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About Natalie

Natalie Bowling attended the University of Tulsa and graduated with a BSBA in 'Marketing', a BA in 'Arts, Culture, and Entertainment Management', and a minor in 'Advertising'. While pursuing her degree, she worked in several areas of the music industry before landing an internship with the Tulsa FMAC in the Fall of 2021. Since then, she became the contractor over the Play Tulsa Music funds, which evolved into the title of "Tulsa FMAC Official Contractor" over 2022.

Natalie was named the Manager of the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts & Culture in January 2023 and is excited to be a support to our cities creative industries.