Suzanne Reynolds

Regent Susan Reynolds facing the camera. She is wearing a grey jacket and a silver chain necklace

Dr. Suzanne Reynolds, a pharmacist from Nichols Hills, was appointed in 2023 by Gov. Kevin Stitt as an interim member of the University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma’s Board of Regents, filling the remainder of the late David McLaughlin’s, co-founder of Advance Food, appointment that ends June 30, 2024.

Reynolds was born and raised in Oklahoma City to immigrant parents who were both educators—her mother an art teacher for Oklahoma City Public Schools and her father, a full professor at Oklahoma City University.

Reynolds completed two Bachelor of Science degrees and a Doctor of Pharmacy at the University of Oklahoma. After completing her residency in ambulatory care, she taught as an associate professor and clinical pharmacy specialist at OU. She also created and opened the first pharmacist-managed outpatient anticoagulation clinic in Oklahoma at Integris Baptist Medical Center in Oklahoma City.

In addition to her work life and being passionate about education, Reynolds has been actively involved in the community in various nonprofit organizations including extensive work in leadership, community engagement and outreach.

The Oklahoma State Legislature created USAO’s seven-member Board of Regents to govern the institution as it carries out its mission as the only public liberal arts institution within Oklahoma’s higher education system. The governor appoints each member to overlapping seven-year terms with the advice and consent of the Oklahoma Senate.

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