Molly Kyler, Executive Director of Business and Industry Services for Pioneer Technology Center will serve as United Way campaign chair for the upcoming 2021/2022 campaign.
Molly Kyler has been employed by Pioneer Technology Center for over 22 years. She has served the organization in the areas of instruction, adult training, marketing, administration and leadership development. In 2017, she was named as the tech center’s Executive Director of Business and Industry Services. Kyler also maintains credentials as a business and life coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF), an Oklahoma State Department of Education Principal and Superintendent, and a CareerTech Administrator.
Kyler earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Central Oklahoma, where she was inducted into the Marketing Education Hall of Fame. Kyler is a recent graduate of Leadership Oklahoma Class 32. She is also a graduate of the Oklahoma Community Institute’s Citizen’s Academy (Class IV) and a graduate of Leadership Ponca City. In 2010, Kyler was a part of the inaugural Women in Leadership program for Oklahoma CareerTech. Following that program, she was elected to serve as Oklahoma CareerTech’s State Association President. In 2020, Molly was honored with the Larry Hughes Leadership Award and this past spring she received the Award of Excellence for her work in CareerTech’s business and industry services.
Kyler is deeply committed to our community and to United Way’s mission of improving lives. Molly has a long history of volunteerism in Ponca City. In addition to serving on the United Way of Ponca City board, Molly is on the Equity Bank Advisory Board and the Phillips 66 Community Advisory Council. She is a past president of the Kay County Panhellenic board, a past chair of the Ponca City Chamber of Commerce, the vice president of the Opportunity Center Foundation Board, and a current member of the Northern Oklahoma College (NOC) Business Advisory Board. Kyler is one of the first graduates of the Synodically Authorized Ministry Team training program sponsored by the Arkansas-Oklahoma Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Churches of America (ELCA).
Molly is married to Paul Kyler, part owner of Kyler Construction Group and Kyler Family Ranch. They have two talented children, Mallory and Bo.