Philip Armstrong

Philip Keith Armstrong is a native of Ohio and has been in Tulsa for 20+ years. He holds a Bachelor’s in Mass Communications from Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Akron. Phil has a varied background working in the corporate sector and working as an entrepreneur in the restaurant business.

In 2019 he was hired by the Tulsa Community Foundation as Project Director for the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission to lead all coordination for fundraising, educational curriculum, economic development initiatives and construction projects, namely, the building project of Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street History Center.

Phil has been actively engaged in the community by serving on several non-profit boards, most notably Reading Partners of Tulsa, Tulsa Regional Chamber Board of Directors, Tulsa Opera Board, Arvest Bank Board of Directors and past board chair of the Greenwood Cultural Center.

In July 2021, he transitioned into a new role as interim executive director of Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street History Center.

He is a Leadership Tulsa graduate, a Paul Harris Fellow with the Rotary Club of Tulsa, and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated.

A talented singer, Phil enjoys singing for several events and organizations around Tulsa, most notably singing at the Tulsa Regional Chamber Annual Meetings, Tulsa Drillers and Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Holiday Specials

Phil and wife Monique reside in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They have a blended blessing of four beautiful children.