E Foundation for Oklahoma is a non-partisan economic think tank that advocates for limited government, entrepreneurship, and a global economy.  A report from 2019 suggested that E Foundation for Oklahoma was no longer an active organization after the unsuccessful 2018 gubernatorial candidacy of former Oklahoma Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb (R), who formed the E Foundation. 
E Foundation for Oklahoma is listed as an associate member of the State Policy Network, a coalition of free-market state-level policy organizations, as of June 2021.  While E Foundation is non-partisan, members of its staff and board have affiliations with the Republican Party.
E Foundation for Oklahoma is a non-partisan economic think tank that advocates for limited government, entrepreneurship, and a global economy. 
E Foundation for Oklahoma advocates for limited government, especially as it regards eliminating wasteful government spending, duplicate services, and unnecessary regulations for individuals and businesses. E Foundation suggests implementing a system based on the Lean Six Sigma method in order to increase efficiency and eliminate wasteful government spending. 
E Foundation For Oklahoma advocates for a global economy, claiming that Oklahoma produces an excess of goods and services. E Foundation claims that global entrepreneurship needs to be incentivized by creating a more sustainable infrastructure. E Foundation suggests modernizing trade relations, expanding air cargo transportation at local airports, and creating new trade markets with Central and South America. 
E Foundation For Oklahoma is funded by donations from individuals, foundations, and corporations. While E Foundation does not disclose its donors, tax filings show donations from the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, which contributed $55,000 in 2018,  and the World Council of Economic Policy, which contributed $5,000 in 2016. 
Michael Carnuccio is president and CEO of E Foundation for Oklahoma and serves on the boards of Operation Homefront and the Fairness Center. Carnuccio is the founder of the Liberty Foundation of America and formerly served as the president of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs. 
Russell Evans is a distinguished fellow at E Foundation, the executive director of the Steven C. Agee Economic Research and Policy Institute, and the director of the Center for Regional Economic Forecasting and Policy Analysis. 
Zach Sumner is the chief organizational effectiveness officer at E Foundation. Sumner formerly worked as director of special projects and director of constituents for former Lieutenant Governor Todd Lamb (R-OK). 
Board of Directors
Brad Krieger serves as the director of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, the Oklahoma State Chamber, and the Oklahoma State Banking Board. 
Todd Lamb (R) formerly served as the lieutenant governor of Oklahoma, as an Oklahoma state senator, and as the Republican Majority Floor Leader. 
Bill Lance is the secretary of commerce for the Chickasaw Nation. 
David Rainbolt is the executive chairman of BancFirst. Rainbolt serves on the board of the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce and formerly served on the board of the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce. 
Natalie Shirley formerly served as the Oklahoma Secretary of Education and Workforce Development for former Governor Mary Fallin (R-OK). Shirley serves on the board of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. 
Allen Wright formerly served as vice president of public affairs and COO at Flint Hills Resources, a Koch Industries company, and as vice president of the Fred C. and Mary R. Koch Foundation. Wright formerly served on the boards of the Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs and the Oklahoma City Chamber, and on the executive committee of the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce.