Dr. Simone Bhan Ahuja shared how diversity and inclusion are a catalyst for innovation.
Attendees will hear Angie Christopher discuss how companies can ensure that diversity, equity, and inclusion exist not only in the day to day, but in the hiring process as well on Jan. 26.
Whether you're a new member, thinking of joining the Chamber, or an old member that wants to get more involved in the business of making OKC great, Member Orientation (online) is your event.
On Thursday, Jan. 28 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., a panel of Republican and Democratic leadership will give their input on the biggest issues facing our state and how our elected officials plan to address those issues.
Local and national experts shared their views how COVID-19 and the pandemic have impacted the city and state at the Greater Oklahoma City Chamberís annual State of the Economy, presented by Arvest Bank.
The January 20 event will feature discussions on how 2020 changed OKC and industry leaders' expectations for 2021.
U.S. Rep-elect Bice will give an overview of her priorities as she begins her role as representative for Oklahomaís 5th congressional district.
Looking for more ways to connect with your community? Network and hear from local business leaders on a variety of topics at this monthís virtual Chamber events.