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July 3, 2012

Williams named OSU-OKC vice president for student services

Oklahoma City —  

OSU-Oklahoma City approved the appointment of Bradford Williams as Vice President for Student Services. Williams is currently the Associate Vice President of Special Projects and assumed his new role June 30.

“We are elated to have Brad Williams in this role,” said OSU-OKC President Natalie Shirley. “He has proven himself to be a high-impact team member and we are anticipating his forward thinking in Student Services.”

Prior to OSU-OKC, Williams served as the Deputy Director of Strategic Planning & Initiatives at the Oklahoma Department of Commerce for six years. He also served as Director of Development at the Price Tower Arts Center and has had experience in higher education during his time as the Interim Director of the University of Central Oklahoma Foundation.

Williams earned his bachelor’s degree in communication, marketing and music at East Central University, and a master’s degree in Human Resource Administration at East Central University. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in educational leadership and higher education from Oklahoma State University. 

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