From staff reports
The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission (OESC) announced Monday that Trae Rahill, former chief strategy and innovation officer at the Oklahoma HealthCare Authority, will join the OESC as chief of staff. .
“If you’re lucky, you find the right leader at the right time to help a team through significant change, and Trae is that leader for OESC,” said Shelley Zumwalt, Executive Director of OESC.
“Trae is not only trustworthy in state service, he is also a cheerful disruptor of inefficiency and complacency, and he cares deeply for the citizens of our state. I couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to our team.
Rahill will oversee day-to-day operations and coordinate with all departments to implement further strategic planning and modernization efforts. He will also be instrumental in the success of OESC’s digital transformation.
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In addition to his service with the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, Rahill worked for six years at Mercy. His volunteer contributions include service as chairman of the board of the Oklahoma Messages Project and past president of the Oklahoma Medical Group Management Association.
“I feel privileged to join such a talented and motivated team at OESC. Their dedication over the past two years is inspiring and proves they are ready for anything to serve Oklahomans,” Rahill said in a statement.
“There is a lot of work to be done to modernize service delivery and act strategically to serve employers and job seekers in our great state. OESC is ready for this job, and I can’t wait to get started with them.