This month, Professor Lindsay Robertson was named to the Oklahoma Governor’s International Team (OKGIT). The nonprofit corporation is made up of nearly 50 select Oklahoma citizens from the private, governmental and educational sectors.
OKGIT is dedicated to a stronger Oklahoma in the global economy through business development supported by a climate of international engagement among the general public, as well as the business, educational and government sectors. It seeks to accomplish this mission by advocating for sustainable economic development through export trade and the attraction of foreign direct investment, and encouraging and facilitating the internationalization of Oklahoma. For more information on OKGIT, visit www.okgit.com.
Congratulations, Professor Robertson!
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