State Economic Education Council Names 1998 Officers at Meeting

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State Economic Education Council Names 1998 Officers at Meeting


The Oklahoma Council on Economic Education elected 1998 officers at a recent annual meeting.

They include: Craig Knutson, staff economist for Southwestern Bell, chairman; and Paula Downing, chief financial officer for Love's Country Stores, vice chairman.

New advisory directors elected were: Sareva Greenhaw, Public Service Co. of Oklahoma, Tulsa; Jay Hannah, BancFirst, Oklahoma City; John Kominicki, The Journal Record, Oklahoma City; Ray H. Potts, Potts Exploration, Oklahoma City; and W. Roger Webb, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond. The OCEE is a private, nonprofit organization that provides materials and workshop training for use by Oklahoma school teachers as part of history and social studies classes. Craig E. Davis has been named Outstanding Young Professional of the Year by the Oklahoma City Public Relations Society of America. He has been a media specialist for the Oklahoma House of Representatives for four years. Davis was formerly a reporter for the Miami News Record and the Tri-State Tribune. He currently serves on the PRSA Board of Directors as treasurer and previously chaired the multicultural, awards and publicity committees. Davis has won top honors for feature writing the past two years in the organizations's annual Upper Case Awards. Krishnaiyan Thulasiraman has been elected vice president of administration for the Circuits and Systems Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. A University of Oklahoma professor, Thulasiraman was elected to a one-year term beginning Jan. 1. The Circuits and Systems Society is one of 37 technical societies within the institute. Bruce A. Law has been appointed vice president of finance and administration for Rio Algom Mining. He joined Rio Algom Limited in Toronto as an international tax specialist and assistant controller in 1982. Law has since served as vice president of finance for the company's Cerro Colorado copper project in Santiago, Chile for three years, and was most recently manager of finance and administration for the uranium mining company. Tracy D. Franks was recently appointed staffing coordinator for the Express Personnel Services Edmond office. She is responsible for recruiting, interviewing applicants, supervising testing and placement of Express associates into job assignments, and retention of associates. Franks is a former teller supervisor at Boatman's Bank in Edmond and also worked as an assistant manager for Randy's M & M's. Shannon K. …

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