The State Chamber of Oklahoma announced today the promotion of Emily Crouch to Senior Vice President of Government Affairs.
Crouch’s new responsibilities include managing the day-to-day operations of the State Chamber’s government affairs team, acting as second-in-command for the department. She will continue to serve as the State Chamber’s lead advocate on health care policy and workforce development at the state Capitol.
“Since starting at the State Chamber, Emily has been a tenacious and tireless advocate for our members,” said Fred Morgan, President and CEO of the State Chamber. “I know she will bring that same energy and dedication to her new role.”
“I am very excited about the opportunity,” Crouch said. “I look forward to continuing the State Chamber’s success at 23rd and Lincoln on behalf of our members.”
A registered lobbyist, Crouch joined the State Chamber in 2017 as Vice President of Government Affairs. Crouch started her career in public policy working for the U.S. Senate as a field representative traveling the state. She has previously worked as the Director of Government Relations for the Oklahoma Health Care Authority and as the Public Policy Coordinator for the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office. Crouch holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma.