Ryan Pitts, the senior attorney and owner of the Law Offices of Ryan H. Pitts, P.C. in Holdenville, has been reappointed by Governor Kevin Stitt to serve on the Seminole State College Board of Regents.
The reappointment was confirmed by the Oklahoma State Senate Education Committee on May 17 and sent to the Oklahoma State Senate for final approval. The nomination was carried by Senator Grant Green (R-District 28).
Members of the SSC Board of Regents are appointed for seven-year terms. Pitts’ term as a regent will conclude on July 1, 2030. The Regents serve as the College’s governing body and have the supervision and management responsibilities for the College.
Pitts was initially appointed by Governor Stitt in July of 2020. For the 2022-2023 academic year, he is serving as Chair of the SSC Board of Regents.
He and his family make their home in Wewoka, and in addition to his law practice, he also serves as a municipal judge for the cities of Holdenville and Wewoka.
“Ryan Pitts has been a great addition to the Board, and an active supporter of the College. His insight and involvement in the surrounding communities are invaluable. We look forward to continuing our work with him,” President Lana Reynolds said.