Elizabeth Frame Ellison, '06 BA
Elizabeth Ellison is the CEO of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. She is a life-long Oklahoman and graduated from OU with a bachelor’s degree in political science before earning her juris doctorate from the OU College of Law. While at OU, Ellison was the inaugural recipient of the David L. Boren Commitment to Service Award and a recipient of the Bass Memorial Scholarship, given to students demonstrating a promising career in public service.
Prior to law school, Ellison worked as a legislative assistant for Congressman Dan Boren in Washington, D.C., handling a variety of domestic issues, including education, healthcare and small businesses. At the OU College of Law, she was class president and was chosen to deliver the commencement address for the 2009 graduation.
In 2013, Ellison was elected to serve as a member of the school board for Tulsa Technology Center, the oldest and largest technical school in the state. She is the board clerk there and chairs the ad hoc strategic planning committee.
Ellison serves on the nonprofit boards of the Tulsa Area United Way, Global Gardens and the University of Tulsa Law School Dean’s Advisory Board. She also works on i2E, a nationally recognized, private, not-for-profit corporation focused on growing innovative small businesses in Oklahoma and making a positive impact on the state’s economy.