the Entrepreneurs’ Organization in Oklahoma are pleased to announce
seven new board members to the 2011-2012 board of directors.
These directors have traveled to the EO Global Leadership Conference in Chicago in May to prepare for their tenure.
Roy Georgia, currently the principal of Techniq Consulting in Oklahoma
City and recently CIO of GENASCIS, is the incoming president of
As president, he will promote business and entrepreneurship in Oklahoma,
recruit new members and act as a liaison between EO-Oklahoma and other
As a seasoned entrepreneur, Roy Georgia has spent his career building
technology-based solutions and companies. His success in his first
start-up MEDIBIS, a subscription-based medical analytics software
company, paved the way for his other ventures which consist of the
mobile applications BuzzVoice and the soon-to-be-released PigeonMe.
GENASCIS is the healthcare services company that acquired his first
Roy holds a Bachelors Degree in Marketing from Oklahoma State University
and a MBA from the University of Oklahoma. Roy resides in Edmond,
Oklahoma with his wife and two children.
“Being involved in EO has been an amazing experience,” Georgia said.
“Unlike any other organization I have been involved with, EO gives me a
chance to be around like-minded peers that are focused on innovation and
building businesses from scratch. It’s a pleasure being selected as
the incoming president of EO-Oklahoma and I look forward to taking our
chapter to the next level.”
Other new board members include:
Gabe Bass (OKC) Membership Chair
Greg Williams (Tulsa) Forum Chair
Clay Slaton (Tulsa) Integration Chair
Chris Evans (OKC) Finance / Sponsorship Chair
Rachel Hernandez (OKC) Learning Chair
Kraettli Epperson (OKC) Communications Chair
The new members will begin their transition to office in May, when the
group attends the EO Global Leadership Conference in Chicago.
Approximately 600 entrepreneurs from every state and 100 chapters from
around the world will attend the Chicago Global Leadership Conference.
A comprehensive conference, the GLC provides two days of training
specific to the office each director will hold. The conference provides
an understanding of the fundamentals and responsibilities each director
needs to effectively lead the organization. Approximately $600 million
dollars of annual revenue is represented at the conference.
After the GLC, the new members will work with outgoing members to
transition leadership. The new board officially takes office on June 1.