Southeastern News

Three Southeastern graduates among “50 Women Making a Difference In Oklahoma’’

DURANT, Okla. – Three graduates of Southeastern Oklahoma State University are among the “50 Women Making A Difference In Oklahoma’’ as selected by The Journal Record.

The honorees from Southeastern are attorney Heather Burrage (’99), Burrage Law Firm, Durant; Michele Campbell (‘88,’90), Oklahoma Small Business Development Center, Durant; and Dr. Amanda Cobb-Greetham (’92), Coca Cola professor and director of the Native American Studies Program in the University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences.

Heather Burrage

Heather Burrage

Michele Campbell

Michele Campbell

Amanda Cobb-Greetham

Amanda Cobb-Greetham

 

 

 

 

 

The 50 honorees will be honored at the 2016 Journal Record Woman of the Year gala set for Nov. 2 at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Judge Jane P. Wiseman will be the keynote speaker. Wiseman, who was the first woman to serve on both the trial and appellate divisions of the Oklahoma Court on the Judiciary, has served as a judge with the Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals in Tulsa since 2005.

Also that evening, the “Woman of the Year’’ will be announced.

The 2016 event marks the 36th year for the Woman of the Yearprogram, designed to inspire confidence among women to go out and make their mark.