Alumni Hall of Fame
Kathy L. Williams
Hall of Fame Honoree Kathy L. Williams attended Del City High School from 1965-1968. She attended Oklahoma City Community College and received her Associate in Science in 1995. Ms. Williams received her Bachelor Degree of Liberal Arts from the University of Oklahoma in 2001 and her Masters of NonProfit Leadership in 2011 from Oklahoma City University (OCU). Ms. Williams worked as a Legal Assistant in various law offices for 13 years and worked as a Volunteer for numerous organizations for 27 years.
Ms. Williams has been a volunteer for numerous committees, boards and trusts, including Leadership Oklahoma City Class XI; Central Oklahoma Regional Leadership Institute Class III; 1998 Chairman of South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce; 2001-2002 President of Women of the South; 2001 Co-Chair of Oklahoma Garden Festival, Oklahoma Garden Festival Foundation; 2001 Co-Chair for the Allied Arts Annual Campaign; 2005 Co-Chair of the Festival of the Arts, Oklahoma City Arts Council; 2006-2008 Chairman, American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma; Oklahoma City Riverfront Redevelopment Authority, Trustee and Chairman of Land and Water Use Committee; Co-Chair of Leadership Council, Oklahoma City Arts Council; Lifetime Director of South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce; 20 year Board Member of American Red Cross of Central Oklahoma; 2010-2012 Program Chair for Youth Council, Youth Leadership Exchange; 2010-2011 President of Sister Cities International; Trustee of Margaret Annis Boys Trust, Oklahoma City Community Foundation; Board Member, Integris Southwest Medical Center; American Cancer Society Oklahoma Regional Leadership Council; OU Breast Institute Community Advisory Council; Oklahoma City Educare, Inc. Board; Oklahoma City Beautiful Advisory Board; and Leadership Oklahoma City Board.
Ms. Williams has been honored as the 2002 National Association for Community Leadership Distinguished Alumni Recipient and the 2002 South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year. Ms. Williams was inducted into the Oklahoma City Community College (OCCC) Hall of Fame in 2008. In addition to her volunteer activities, she is a member of St. Luke?s United Methodist Church and has participated in several missions to Ulyanovsk, Russia during the last 20 years.
The 2012 inductees are: Roy M. Georgia, Class of 1991 and Kathy L. Williams, Class of 1968.
Roy M. Georgia
Hall of Fame Honoree Roy M. Georgia attended Del City High School from 1989-1991. After graduating in 1991, Mr. Georgia received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Marketing and Management Majors in 1995 from Oklahoma State University (OSU). At OSU, he received numerous honors and awards, including Outstanding Fraternity Member (Steve Omo Hundro Award) - Sigma Nu Fraternity, Member of Blue Key Honor Society, Order of Omega Greek Honor Society, Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society, President and Dean?s Honor Roll. He received his Masters in Business Administration in 1998 from the University of Oklahoma.
Mr. Georgia is a Software Entrepreneur and has spent his career building technology-based solutions and technology companies.. He was the Founder and CEO of MEDIBIS, a subscription-based medical analytics software company, which paved the way for his other ventures consisting of two mobile applications: BuzzVoice, a streaming audio news platform and the newly released PigeonMe, a social location platform targeting the fundraising efforts of non-profit organizations. In addition to his start-up ventures, Mr. Georgia serves as a strategy consultant to help other businesses effectively use technology in their businesses. He has been honored as Innovator of the Year (MEDIBIS), Oklahoma Venture Forum - Most Promising New Business (MEDIBIS), Forty under Forty, Innovator of the Year - On the Brink (BuzzVoice), Techcrunch Disrupt Start-up Alley Participant (PigeonMe), VentureSpur Technology Accelerator Inaugural Class (Pigeon Me), as well as other honors and awards.
In addition to his business ventures, Mr. Georgia has served as a Trustee for the Mid-Del Public School Foundation, Past Judge for the Oklahoma Governor?s Cup - Collegiate Entrepreneur Contest, a Past Speaker on the Entrepreneurship for Oklahoma State University and University of Oklahoma Business Colleges. He has also spoken to DCHS computer classes and hired summer interns from the web development class to work in his businesses. Mr. Georgia resides in Edmond with his wife of 16 years, Trisha, and their two children, Mason and Camry.