Robyn Ewing serves as senior vice president of strategic services and administration and chief administrative officer. She served previously as vice president of human resources from 2004-08. Prior to joining Williams, Ewing worked at MAPCO, which merged with Williams in April 1998.
She began her career with Cities Service Company in 1976.
Ewing graduated from the University of Tulsa with a bachelor of science degree in accounting in 1976. She has completed the executive programs at the Center for Creative Leadership and Wharton Business School. She also completed the Women’s Director Development Program at Northwestern University.
Ewing is a member of the Executive Compensation Roundtable Group and the HR Policy Association. She also is a member of the Society for Human Management, the National Association of Corporate Directors and EWF International. Ewing is a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma and Leadership Tulsa.
Currently, Ewing serves on the boards of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Trust, Tulsa Area United Way, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Southwestern Regional Medical Center, Tulsa Community Foundation, OSU-Tulsa Board of Trustees and the River Parks Foundation. She also chaired the Tulsa Area United Way’s Long-term Strategic Planning Committee for 2009.
The National Diversity Council honored Ewing among the 2014 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Oil and Gas. She’s also a three-time honoree of The Journal Record Fifty Women Making a Difference program and is a 2011 inductee into that program’s Circle of Excellence. In 2009, she was honored by the University of Tulsa College of Business Administration as an Outstanding Alumna, and by the Diversity Journal as a Woman Worth Watching.