Alumni Profiles

Charles Oppenheim '77

Distinguished Graduate 2015
Managing Partner, The Oppenheim Group
Oklahoma City, OK

Chip Oppenheim is managing partner of The Oppenheim Group, a retail commercial real estate management and investments company located in Oklahoma City.
Mr. Oppenheim lived for 12 years in Washington D.C. before returning in 1994 to manage his family business in Oklahoma City. While in Washington D.C., Mr. Oppenheim was Director of Community Relations and Communications for a regional financial institution, Perpetual Bank.

Since moving back to Oklahoma City, Mr. Oppenheim has been actively involved in the community. His community involvement includes president of SW 29th Street Business Improvement District Association; board member/trustee at Creative Oklahoma; president, Dance Partners / University of Oklahoma School of Dance; board member, University of Oklahoma, College of Fine Arts Board of Visitors; past president of Ballet Oklahoma City; past president of Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain, past president of David Boren’s Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence; Advisory Board, Mental Health Association of Oklahoma; graduate of Leadership Oklahoma Class XV; graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City Class XVII; member / Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary Club 29 Oklahoma City.

Mr. Oppenheim is a graduate of the University of Texas, Austin.
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