Founded in 2003 by The William K. Warren Foundation, Montereau has earned a reputation for raising the bar for Life Plan communities and takes pride in providing its residents a complete plan for their future in a secure and worry-free environment.
The Tulsa Area United Way has announced that Kirk Hays, President and of Arvest Bank in Tulsa, will serve as Chair of the Tulsa Area United Way campaign for the community in 2019.
The Board of Directors for OK2Grow is pleased to announce that April Sailsbury has become executive director for OK2Grow and Dream It Do It Oklahoma. Sailsbury succeeds Stephanie Cameron, who was the first executive director of the organization. Sailsbury comes to OK2Grow/Dream It Do It OK after most recently working for the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce as senior vice president of operations and government & media relations.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma () recently took important steps to ensure a safe, secure and reliable electric grid now and in the future under a more efficient regulatory framework. Additionally, the company is lowering charges to customers for purchased power and fuel used in power generation.
Joseph R. Cunningham, M.D., has been selected as the incoming president of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma (BCBSOK). Dr. Cunningham replaces BCBSOK President Ted Haynes who will raetire on Jan. 1, 2019, after a 20-year tenure.
Tulsa Opera announces nine new members to the Tulsa Opera Board of Directors.
Anna Norberg, now professor emerita, is a retired J. Donald Feagin professor of music at the University of Tulsa School of Music. She also serves on the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Board.
The Tulsa Regional Chamber recently honored nine local companies at the fifth annual Tulsa Small Business Summit and Awards. Powered by the Chamber’s Tulsa Small Business Connection, the summit is northeast Oklahoma’s premier small business event and featured keynote speakers, topical breakout sessions and the annual small business awards presentation.
Inc. Magazine has named Tulsa-based Big Elk Energy Systems as the fastest growing manufacturer in America.
In just its third year of business, the company generated $20.6 million in revenue, and this year expects that number to grow to $31 million. and founder Geoff Hager says he hopes to be at $100 million in the next five years.
American Electric Power has named Peggy Simmons president and chief operating officer of Public Service Company of Oklahoma (). Simmons replaces Stuart Solomon, who is joining ’s generation organization as senior vice president, generation services.
AT&T is giving customers convenient, fast, and free setup of new devices. AT&T is meeting customers at home or at work with popular setup and delivery service which has launched in Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
Ted Cundiff, Bank president and chief executive officer, announces the promotion of Cooper Rash to marketing officer.
The annual Dream It Do It Oklahoma kick-off breakfast honored the state’s Emerging Manufacturing Leaders. This year 36 honorees from 26 companies from the Tulsa region were recognized. Educators, manufacturers, workforce partners and students attended the breakfast, which was held to create new interest in innovative and rewarding manufacturing. The event was held at the Tulsa Tech – Lemley Memorial Campus.
The 2018-2019 Tulsa Business Forums speaker series will feature presentations by Bozoma Saint John, Daniel Coyle and Frank Abagnale.
The series is sponsored by Oklahoma State University’s Spears School of Business, along with corporate sponsors. The Tulsa Business Forums brings national business leaders to the Tulsa community and surrounding areas.
In a recent ceremony, executives from Valley National Bank joined Mayor G.T. Bynum and Tulsa Regional Chamber Mike Neal to break ground on a six-story building located at 110 N. Elgin Ave. that will house its new downtown location and executive offices.
Tina Parkhill, owner of Parkhill’s South Liquors and Wine, and Scott Vaughn, president and chief executive officer of GlobalHealth, have been appointed by Governor Mary Fallin to the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa Board of Trustees.