Ken Miller - Former Oklahoma State Senator and Treasurer

53 minutes

Ken Miller is an educator and former Oklahoma senator and treasurer. Before his political career, Ken was an economics professor at Oklahoma Christian University for several years. He has since become Vice President of Legislative and Regulatory Affairs for OG&E.

Ken started his academic career not knowing the course but was quick to find his passion for economics. After receiving a master’s degree in economics and a PhD from the University of Oklahoma, Miller started a career in banking before becoming a professor and chairman of the Oklahoma Legislative Compensation Board in 1988.

In this episode, Ken reflects on his career in economics, how he became interested in politics, and how relationship building has helped manage his career and  made a difference for his community.

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