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Commissioner Kelsey Lee

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The Honorable Kelsey Lee
3535 N.W. 58th St, Suite 500
Oklahoma City, OK 73112

405.951.3472 Office


May 3, 2024 to June 30, 2025

Oklahoma House of Representatives Speaker Charles McCall has appointed healthcare professional and community leader Kelsey Lee to serve on the Oklahoma Commission for Rehabilitation Services.

The Commission is the governing board for the Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services. The agency served 96,178 Oklahomans with disabilities through 25 major programs in 2023.

Lee was introduced at her first Commission meeting on May 15 by Acting Commission Chair Theresa Flannery.

Member - Appointed by the Oklahoma Speaker of the House

Lee is employed as the chief operating officer of family-owned Sooner Pharmacy in Davis, which has served the community for 40 years. Her employment tenure there totals 17 years.

As a member of the Oklahoma Pharmacists Association, Lee has championed advocacy and enhancement within the pharmacy sector, and fostered improved healthcare outcomes for Oklahoma citizens

She is president of Sara’s Project, a child advocacy center serving five counties in southern Oklahoma.

Lee holds influential offices as president of the Davis Chamber of Commerce and the Davis Alumni Association.

She is secretary for both the Murray County Development Authority and Leadership Murray County where she contributes to strategic planning and execution of initiatives.

Lee was honored as Davis Citizen of The Year and Murray County Leader of The Year in 2023.

As a student at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, she earned a Bachelor Business Administration, graduating Magna Cum Laude, and completed a Master of Business Administration, graduating in three semesters while working full time.

Lee is a graduate of Davis High School.

“We are delighted to have Commissioner Lee join the governing board,” Commissioner Flannery said. “She combines impressive expertise in business and healthcare with an commitment to community service and positive change.”

“My heart is dedicated to serving others,” Lee said. “I hate seeing people in need or someone that I could help. We all need help at times in life. If there’s something I can do, why wouldn’t I at least try to make a difference?”

The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services provides employment, education and independent living training programs as well as determination of medical eligibility for Social Security disability benefits. For more information visit.