Gov. Frank Keating is a Senior Partner in the international law firm of Holland and Knight. He is the former President and CEO of the American Bankers Association, and the American Council of Life Insurers. As Governor of Oklahoma from 1995–2003. He was the second person to hold the office for two consecutive terms. As Governor, he was recognized for his compassionate, professional handling of the Murrah Federal Building bombing in Oklahoma City, after which he raised over $6 million for children whose parents were killed in the tragedy.
Gov. Keating's career has included time as an FBI Agent, U.S. Attorney, State Prosecutor, and member of Oklahoma's state House and Senate. He served in the Federal Treasury, Justice and Housing departments under Presidents Reagan and George Bush, Sr., with responsibility for federal prosecutions and oversight over the Secret Service, U.S. Customs, U.S. Marshals, U.S. Attorneys and several other agencies. As Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and General Counsel and Acting Deputy Secretary of HUD, he worked on issues including housing finance, lending practices, securitization and Bank Secrecy Act issues.
Gov. Keating is a graduate of Georgetown University and the University of Oklahoma College of Law, and the recipient of six honorary degrees. He is a frequent commentator on national news programs, the current Chairman of the Washington, DC-based Bipartisan Policy Center, a past Chairman of the advisory board of George Washington's Mount Vernon, and was on the boards of the National Archives and the Jamestown Foundation.
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