JOURNAL RECORD HONORS MOST ADMIRED CEOS
This advice comes from Stacey Ninness, who as a three-time honoree was inducted into the Chain of Distinction at Thursday night’s Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs event in downtown Oklahoma City on February 12, 2015.
“Commit to admitting your failures, learning from them and then moving on without letting them define you,” said Ninness, president and CEO of Neighborhood Services Organization.
Ninness was among 34 executives recognized at The Journal Record’s sixth-annual Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs event at the Skirvin Hilton Hotel on Feb. 12, 2015. The honorees are profiled in the Oklahoma’s Most Admired CEOs magazine.
“Oklahoma has numerous outstanding companies led by individuals who serve as visionary, mentor, leader and strategist,” said Melissa Bogle, manager of development for GableGotwals. “We at GableGotwals feel it is important to take the time each year to recognize successful executives who are leading companies which are a part of the fabric that will be Oklahoma’s future. Our state is fortunate to have great talent in not only our workforce, but also in our leaders.”