David Greer currently serves as the Executive Director of the Institute for Information Security (iSec) at the University of Tulsa and is charged with the development, implementation and supervision of the institute's mission to produce exceptional graduates and technical discoveries in the information security field. He also serves as the liaison between iSec and industry, government, and academic partnerships. In addition, Greer's duties extend to seeking research funding for classified, unclassified, public and private projects. He also serves as the Executive Director of the Oklahoma Innovation Institute (OII), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation committed to building an innovative economy in the Tulsa region by implementing its mission of "Research to High Impact Jobs." The Institute fosters collaborative research and development, entrepreneurship, company creation and retention, life-long learning and creative, future-oriented thinking.Read MORE
Rotarian John Rains has been nominated to head the Rotary Club of Tulsa for 2016-17. He would become the 103rd president of the organization. Other nominees introduced at the October 29 lunch meeting included: Kacey King, Budget Chair, Secretary-Treasurer-elect; Alisha Herrera, Sergeant-At-Arms; and Sandy Siegfried, Trustee. Rotarians will vote on one of the following for Director-At-Large on December 3:Brian Bovaird, Katie Johnson, and Carl Vincent. To learn more about the candidates, click here.
Mac Finlayson announced during the November 19, 2014, Rotary Club of Tulsa weekly meeting, that Seth Davis, Senior Writer for Sports Illustrated and college basketball host and analyst for CBS Sports, will be the master of ceremonies at the June 22, 2015, Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Award. Click here for more about Davis and the event. To watch Seth's video click here.