County Clerk to address chamber’s August luncheon
Tulsa County Clerk Michael Willis will be the featured speaker at the Jenks Chamber of Commerce’s Aug. 19 luncheon, sponsored by the Public Service Company of Oklahoma.
Willis was elected in June 2016. Prior to his election as County Clerk, he served as Tulsa County Chief Deputy Commissioner and Public Information Officer for nearly seven years. He previously served in both the private and public sectors as he worked at the City of Tulsa Mayor’s Office as the Director of Government Relations and later at a local public relations and management consulting firm.
As Court Clerk, he is responsible for land records and other real estate documents as well as facilitating all accounts payable, payroll, business record keeping, retirement system and formal tax protests. He also serves as a member of the Tulsa County Budget Board. The Aug. 19 luncheon will occur at noon at The Hive, 115 S. First St. in Jenks.
Cost to attend is $15 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members.
The Chamber is undertaking precautions to address concerns related to coronavirus. Capacity for the event is limited, masks are requested, and hand sanitizer will be placed at each table. Pre-set lunches will be served to reduce touchpoints.
RSVP for the luncheon by Monday.
For more information, contact the Jenks Chamber of Commerce at 918.299.5005.
Because of a scheduling conflict, State Auditor Cindy Byrd, who was originally slated to be the August speaker, is unable to attend.