Reagan Smith, Certified Women Business Enterprise, Promotes Taryn Johnson to Manager | Business & Energy


Oklahoma City – Reagan Smith Inc, an Oklahoma State federal and tribal project management consulting firm, recently announced that it has been recognized by National Corporation of Women Business Owners (NWBOC) as a Certified Women’s Business (WBE). Recognized by the rigorous standards set by more than 700 public and private professionals, this certification enhances the ability of women business owners to compete for national-level contracts and showcases the benefits that women business owners bring to business. ‘industry.

“Women-owned and operated, we value diversity to challenge the status quo and encourage women to join the industry,” said CEO of Reagan Smith, Inc. Monica Smith Griffin said.

“The NWBOC has made extreme differences in the world of women-owned businesses with the ability to network, advance and beat the odds. This award will allow Reagan Smith to excel and provide our clients with continued service High quality.

In related news, Taryn Johnson was recently promoted to Reporting and Tax Manager at Reagan Smith. Johnson’s advancement to Reporting and Tax Manager will allow the company to continue to lead the protection and development of our state’s natural and cultural resources. She will be responsible for monthly royalty and production reporting as well as severance pay and tribal settlements.

The NWBOC helps women-owned businesses thrive. Obtaining a WBE certification is a rigorous process, but a particularly commendable honor. The certification was created to encourage women to seek leadership positions in the workplace and enables women to gain a network of resources for business growth.

Learn more about Reagan Smith: A leader in the protection and development of natural and cultural resources through superior customer service, Reagan Smith works with a variety of clients to diligently serve their goals. Recently, the company helped the Pawnee Nation secure a National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) grant from the Department of Commerce’s Tribal Broadband Connectivity program. The grant will support Pawnee Nation College establish a student technology scholarship and a computer lab on its campus.


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