Tulsa outgoing deputy mayor Amy Brown will become the Oklahoma utility company’s new director of external affairs for Tulsa and the metro area, the company said Thursday.
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From staff reports
The area includes the towns of Tulsa, Sand Springs, Jenks, Bixby, Coweta and Catoosa. She will take on the role currently held by Carole Huff Hicks, who will retire early next year.
Brown joins PSO from the city of Tulsa, where she has served as Deputy Mayor and Executive Director since 2019.
Prior to his post as Deputy Mayor, Brown served as Deputy Chief of Staff to Mayor GT Bynum. Earlier in her career, she also worked for former Mayor Kathy Taylor and Tulsa City Council before returning to Tulsa University to earn her law degree.
Since 2018, Brown has headed the Physical Investigation Committee for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Tomb Investigation.
“Amy Brown is brilliant, tireless and selfless. I am so grateful for her service to the citizens of Tulsa as Deputy Mayor through some of the most difficult times this city has ever seen, and I am happy that she will continue to serve our community while working with another world class team at Public Service Company of Oklahoma, ”said Bynum.