Gornie Williams

Associate Dean, Business & IT

Contact information:

Tulsa Community College, West Campus
7505 West 41st Street, L-244
Tulsa, OK  74107

Ph: 918.595.8033

Fx: 918.595.8198
Email:  gornie.williams@tulsacc.edu

Educational Background:
MS Computing Technology in Education, Nova Southeastern University
BS Computer Science, University of N.C. at Pembroke

Courses Taught:

BUSN 1053              Introduction to Business

BUSN/PHIL 1143     Intro to Ethics: Business Issues

BUSN 2993              Principles of Project Management

CSCI 1203               Computer Concepts & Applications

CSYS 2073              Microsoft Office

MGMT 2363             Principles of Management

Interest Areas:

Gornie specializes in providing critical thinking and experiential learning opportunities that help others learn to excel as Communicators, Motivators, Leaders and Team Players.  He enjoys developing new curriculum and programs for diverse groups including Correctional and Military/Veteran education.

Biographical Sketch:

Gornie is a decorated veteran of the U.S. Army and an award winning leader who has lead teams since 1988 in a variety of environments including: Academic, Corporate, Military and Non-Profit. In addition to currently serving as an Associate Dean of Business and Information Technology for Tulsa Community College, Gornie travels the country coaching individuals, speaking to groups, and facilitating interactive workshops on how to implement the key principles that lead to success in business and in life.


Major Awards:

·          Professional Staff Award for Service Excellence

·          College Teaching and Learning Award for Innovation Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology

·          National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development Excellence Award

·          National Council of Instructional Administrators – Honorable Mention – Classroom Category

·          Rotary Teacher of the Year

·          Community College Excellence in Teaching Award

·          Army Commendation Medal