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Governor Stitt Appoints Sarah Lepak to State Board of Education

Monday, February 14, 2022

Governor Kevin Stitt today announced he has appointed Sarah Lepak to the State Board of Education, filling the vacant seat for Congressional District 2 created by the resignation of Bill Flanagan. Lepak’s appointment requires confirmation by the Oklahoma State Senate.

“I am pleased to nominate Sarah Lepak to serve on the State Board of Education,” said Governor Stitt. “I am confident that she will put the needs of students first and strive to make Oklahoma Top Ten in education.”

Lepak currently is a Senior Environmental Project Manager at QuikTrip Corp. in Tulsa, where she leads the company’s compliance department and manages all aspects of environmental regulatory compliance and due diligence for QuikTrip stores.

“I’m honored to be nominated and look forward to serving on the Board,” said Lepak. “I am happy to give of my time and experience to help ensure Oklahoma kids are well-prepared for the future.”   

Lepak is a Claremore native and graduated from Claremore Public Schools before earning a bachelor’s in business administration from the University of Oklahoma in 2002. Lepak also received a law degree from the University of Kansas in 2005 and recently completed a master leadership program from Harvard Business Publishing.

She is an involved member of her community and spends her free time teaching classes to high school students at her church. Lepak has also served on the OU Price College of Business Management/Entrepreneurship advisory board since 2010.

Gov. Stitt’s appointment order can be viewed here.

Last Modified on Feb 14, 2022
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