OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Kevin Stitt on Tuesday announced the appointment of a Norman investment government to the College of Oklahoma Board of Regents.
If authorized by the issue Senate, Rick Nagel, 49, would change Regent Gary Pierson and encourage a seven-one year term expiring in 2028.
Nagel holds a bachelor-of-science level in environmental science from OU and is CEO and managing accomplice of Oklahoma Metropolis-essentially based completely Acorn Increase Corporations.
Acorn is an equity firm that invests in aerospace, protection, intelligence and apartment firms.
Pierson used to be appointed to the board in 2019 to acquire the unexpired term of Regent Billy Wayne Burgess Jr., who had died.