Q&A: Alan Armstrong

Alan Armstrong, president and CEO of Williams, is the 2015 Tulsa Regional Chamber chairman. His top priorities in 2015 are: investing in corridors of excellence, improving education, leveraging Tulsa’s strengths and encouraging young professionals.

How do you feel your career at Williams has prepared you for your new role at the Tulsa Regional Chamber? I see my Chamber role as bringing a diverse group of people together to move in one direction. Running Williams is no different. The Chamber has already decided on our legislative priorities for 2015. Now, my job is to remind people what we as an organization agreed to and stay committed to addressing those priorities.

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