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Governor Stitt Taps Childhood Education Specialist to Replace Outgoing OSBE Board Member

Thursday, March 02, 2023

Governor Kevin Stitt announced today the appointment of Katie Quebedeaux to the Oklahoma State Board of Education following the resignation of Marla Hill.

"I look forward to welcoming our newest member, Katie Quebedeaux from Guymon, Oklahoma whose extensive experience in early childhood education will make her an important voice on the State Board of Education,” said Governor Stitt. “I appreciate Marla’s willingness to serve the state and wish her nothing but the best.”

Katie Quebedeaux received her bachelor's degree in 2009 from Panhandle State University. In 2018, she earned her associate's degree in Child Development from Northern Oklahoma College. Quebedeaux began pursuing her master's degree in Child Development Administration in 2022.

"I am honored to accept this appointment and eager to work with my fellow Oklahomans to ensure every student in our state has access to a quality education that fosters intellectual curiosity and a life-long love of learning," said Quebedeaux.

After teaching for five years at Northridge Christian School, Quebedeaux assumed her role as the Director of Administration and Marketing at the Faith Learning Center in 2015. She continues to serve in numerous organizations, such as the Association of Early Learning Leaders, the Oklahoma Child Care Association, and the National Institute of Early Childhood Leaders.

Gov. Stitt's appointment of Katie Quebedeaux can be found here.

Last Modified on Mar 02, 2023
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