Ken Busby, Chase Honored at Global Vision Awards Dinner
CITIZEN DIPLOMATS: Tulsa Global Alliance honored Citizen Diplomats David Page (standing) representing Chase and Ken Busby, executive director and CEO of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, for their contributions to international understanding.
Courtesy Tulsa Global Alliance
Tulsa Global Alliance (TGA) has honored Ken Busby, executive director and CEO at the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, and Chase, represented by David Page, Tulsa Market President, for their significant contributions to international understanding at the 13th Annual Global Vision Awards and Dinner in May at the University of Tulsa.
TGA annually presents the Global Vision Awards to honor and recognize individuals and institutions that have made a significant contribution to citizen diplomacy, global understanding, world political stability or cooperative efforts to solve international health, economic, social or environmental challenges.
Busby, TGA board chair from 2004-2006, was instrumental in the planning and implementation of the successful 2005 Sister Cities Summit, which welcomed more than 100 international guests from eight countries to Tulsa for a week-long series of business and cultural activities.
Chase has invested more than $110 million in the communities it serves by supporting in excess of 2,800 not-for-profit organizations globally, positively impacting communities in nearly 500 cities across 33 countries.