Kayse Shrum, D.O., has been elected to the board of directors for and parent company Southwest Bancorp, Inc.
Shrum is a native Oklahoman who earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from the College of Osteopathic Medicine. She joined the medical school faculty at Center for Health Sciences (-) in 2002 and was named provost of the – and Dean of College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2011. In 2013, she was promoted to her current position as president of -, becoming the youngest and first female president and dean of a medical school in the state of Oklahoma, as well as the first medical school alumna to become dean of the college.
Shrum also holds the George Kaiser Family Foundation Chair in Medical Excellence and Service and the Saint Francis Health System Endowed Chair of Pediatrics and Professor of Pediatrics.
Shrum has been recognized at the local and state level for her many contributions to improving health outcomes in Tulsa and Oklahoma. She was named a finalist for the Journal Record’s 2015 Woman of Year award and was inducted into Connors State College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2013. She received the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association’s Outstanding & Distinguished Service Award in 2014 and the Tulsa Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women’s Pinnacle Award for Health in 2012.
Bernardo Estrada Jr. has been named International’s risk consultant, specializing in risk services. Ranked as a Top 10 global brokerage, International provides a broad array of property, risk management, investment, and wealth management products across North America.
Before joining , Estrada Jr. served as a health, safety and environmental coach for ConocoPhillips in the Permian Basin.
Estrada Jr. earned a bachelor of science degree while majoring in occupational safety & health and minoring in Spanish from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
Kerry Painter, assistant general manager for Cox Business Center, was recently named International Association of Venue Managers’ Region 6 assistant director. As Region 6 assistant director, she will serve on the Region 6 board. She will assist with business meetings, address issues brought forth by members, assist in planning the Region 6 2018 Conference, and begin serving as Region 6 director in July 2018.
Region 6 is comprised of approximately 700 professional and allied members of and is the largest geographical region of . It covers Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas and Mexico.
Cascia Hall Headmaster Roger Carter announces that Todd Goldsmith has been named middle school principal, beginning with the 2016-17 school year. Goldsmith replaces Janna Roberson who will be moving to Houston with her family.
Goldsmith is currently president of Aquinas Catholic Schools in Lacrosse, Wisconsin. He served as superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Tulsa from 2002-2012. Prior to his role as superintendent, he was the School of St. Mary principal from 1997 to 2002; he also taught several years at St. Pius in Tulsa.
While in Oklahoma, he served for eight years as the state’s representative to the Council for American Private Education () in Washington, D.C. He also served as president of the Oklahoma Private School Accreditation Commission as well as president of the Oklahoma Conference of Catholic Schools Accrediting Association.
A native of Wisconsin, Goldsmith earned his bachelor’s degree from Viterbo University, a Catholic, liberal arts university. In 2010, he received Viterbo’s Outstanding Alumni Award for Professional Development. He also earned a Master of Science in school administration from Oklahoma State University.
Sid Shupack of First State Investment Advisors has introduced Matthew Redmond as an investment analyst and assistant portfolio manager. He will be responsible for developing the company’s investment models and research. Since joining First State, Redmond has reduced the time required to complete First State’s proprietary stock analysis from 30 days to one to three days, allowing more time to be spent researching companies to make better informed investment decisions.
Redmond graduated summa cum laude from Oral Roberts University with a BS in finance and as an Honors Fellow, the highest distinction of the university’s honors program. He had the top score of his university’s graduating class on the Major Field Test in Business, scoring in the 99th percentile of the national index.
Following graduation, Redmond worked as a financial analyst for the finance manager of Helmerich & Payne, Inc. Prior to this role, Redmond worked as an intern for the director of investor relations of Helmerich & Payne, assisting in creating weekly market intelligence reports and building a database used to track and analyze trends in key market metrics.
Arvest Bank recently promoted Julie King to vice president and Beverly Gourley and Dawn Mobly to assistant vice president.
King currently serves as the branch sales manager for the in-store location at 12101 E. 96th St. N. in Owasso. She began her banking career in 2004 as a teller in Oklahoma City and became the branch sales manager in 2008. She lives in Owasso with her husband, Joe, and two children, Abbie and Jason.
Mobly currently manages the 11501 E. 76th St. N. location in Owasso. She began her career with Arvest as a teller in 2005 and became the branch sales manager in 2013. Mobly lives in Owasso with her husband, Ronny, and children, Everett, Elisha, Riley, and Ember. Both King and Mobly are active with the Owasso Chamber of Commerce, participating in numerous local events, such as Owasso Annual Harvest and Owasso Business Breakfast.
Gourley currently serves as the branch sales manager for the 410 S. Elm location in Jenks. She began her banking career in 1999 as a part-time teller and became branch manager for Arvest in 2012. Gourley is active with the Jenks community as much as possible, participating in local events throughout the year, such as Jenks Public Schools Hometown Huddle. She lives in Broken Arrow with her husband, Mark, and daughter, Lea, and is expecting a son in August.
Arvest Bank operates more than 270 bank branches in Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas through a group of 16 locally-managed banks, each with its own board of directors and management team.
John L. Brophy, a financial advisor with the J Brophy Financial Group of Wells Fargo Advisors, has been named managing director – investments. Brophy has served with Wells Fargo Advisors for over 20 years and has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Southeast Tulsa and Rotary District #6110. Brophy lives in Tulsa with his wife and two children.