Corporate Reputation

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Corporate Reputation


Katie Delahaye Paine, founder of The Delahaye Group and currently owner of KDPaine & Partners, will be the speaker for the Oklahoma City Chapter of the American Marketing Association at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association, 625 W. I- 44 Service Road. Her topic will be "Measuring Corporate Reputation."

Paine is currently serving her second term as chair of the Institute of Public Relations' Commission on Research and Evaluation, the public relations industry's standard-setting body for measurement. She was co-chair of the U.S. Public Relations Task Force, developed to establish standards for public relations evaluation, and she served as the U.S. liaison to the European Standards Task Force to set international standards for media evaluation.

Prior to starting the Delahaye Group, she was director of corporate communications for Lotus Development Corp. and manager of merchandising for Hewlett-Packard Personal Computer Group. She began her career as a journalist for The Washington Post.

For more information, call 751-3555.

Henry launches Web site

Gov.-elect Brad Henry gas launched a new Web site that can be accessed through the state's official Web portal at www.YourOklahoma.com.

"The more state government hears from the people, the better it functions," said Henry. "Not everyone has the time to drop by the state Capitol to express an opinion, so it's important to offer a platform for citizens to share their ideas. The Web site will help Oklahomans stay in touch with the state government, particularly the governor's office."

The Web site is the first official online presence for the governor-elect since his successful campaign for the state's top office in November.

The Web site includes information about the transition team, gubernatorial appointments and inaugural events.

The governor-elect's Web site was built by YourOklahoma, which also manages the state of Oklahoma's official portal.

Bird named director

Victor Bird has been appointed director of the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission. Bird joined the commission as assistant director a year ago and was appointed acting director in September. He was with the state attorney general's office for 12 years, serving four years as chief deputy attorney of the Civil Division.

Promotions at Unit

Larry Pinkston has been promoted to executive vice president of Tulsa-based Unit Corp.

He will continue to serve as the chief financial officer and treasurer. Pinkston joined Unit in December 1981 and was elected treasurer in 1986 and to vice president and chief financial officer in 1989. …

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