The Edmond Sun

November 23, 2012

Distinguished Lecture Series to feature BCI founder


Special to The Sun

LANGSTON — A former Oklahoma banker who currently owns and operates the Building Community Institute will serve as the keynote speaker during the annual Masonic Endowed Presidential Distinguished Lecture Series at 11 a.m. Nov. 27 in Room 105 of the Allied Health Center.

Clifton L. Taulbert, whose Tulsa-based consulting company focuses on human capital development and organizational effectiveness, will be the featured speaker at the annual lecture series that is free and open to the public.

“Clifton Taulbert’s philosophies are embraced by companies worldwide, and we want our students to be able to hear firsthand how that knowledge can be instrumental for them as they enter into the workforce,” said Langston University President Kent Smith Jr. “Someone of his stature is a great voice to be heard here at Langston University and we want to welcome everyone to have an opportunity to gain insight as to what is driving some of the world’s greatest businesses.”