Luncheon: Route 66 – Miles of Opportunity (TULSA)
Route 66 is a major contributor to Cultural Tourism in Tulsa. As Route 66 attractions are identified and highlighted, what are the development opportunities that follow and what incentives and special allowances are available? Come hear the whole story from the guy leading the charge, Tulsa’s Culture Czar, Ken Busby.
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Busby formerly served and Executive Director and CEO of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa. Prior to that, he was the Director of Development for Zoo Friends and was with the Gilcrease Museum where he served as Membership Director and Director of Communications. A native Tulsa, Busby holds dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in communication and French from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Arts in Journalism from Indiana University at Bloomington. A member of Phi Beta Kappa, Busby is also a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma Class XVII.
Busby is the immediate past chairman of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust. He was elected to the Arts Education Advisory Council of Americans for the Arts in 2010 and is past chairman of the Council. He also serves on the executive committee of the Tulsa Symphony and Workforce Tulsa and serves on the Regional Tourism Marketing Committee for the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s Visit Tulsa. In 2008, Busby received the Governor’s Arts Award for Community Service and the Global Vision Award from Tulsa Global Alliance. In 2011, he received the Distinguished Alumni Award from Holland Hall. In 2013, the Association of Fundraising Professionals named him its Outstanding Fundraising Executive, and in 2015, Busby was named the Leadership Oklahoma Distinguished Graduate