Stitt names Oklahoma City attorney as state college regent
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt announced the appointment Tuesday of an Oklahoma City attorney to the nine-member body that oversees the state’s 25 public colleges and universities.
Stitt said he appointed Courtney Warmington to a nine-year term on the State Regents for Higher Education.
Warmington has been an attorney with the Fuller, Tubb, Warmington & Panach law firm in Oklahoma City since 2016. Before that, she worked in the labor and employment practice group at the law firm of Crowe & Dunlevy.
She received her bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma State University and her law degree from Oklahoma City University’s School of Law.