At the August Enlighten online event, discussions will revolve around how OKC's area school schedules may impact your workforce.
Elevate, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamberís professional development event, is back for its second year of helping Oklahoma City professionals grow their careers.
Chamber members are invited to learn about current trends in education at State of the Schools on Aug. 12. The eventís virtual format will allow participants to view from the convenience of their home or work.
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.
The fan-favorite networking event is still happening through the magic of Zoom, even though we can't serve lunch online yet.
Dr. Sandra Elizabeth Ford, district health director of the DeKalb County Board of Health, oversees clinical and population-based services for over 760,000 residents where more than 130 languages are spoken.
In addition to virtual networking, learn about the projects shaping Oklahoma City's skyline, including information about First National Center, BancFirst Tower, the recent purchase of SandRidge Energy's headquarters and more.
At the last free Enlighten Webinar, the discussion will center around the workplace - morale, culture, productivity issues, testing, isolation and more - in the COVID-19/work-from-home era.