Oklahoma Governor Stitt confirmed the reappointment of Regent Suzie Brewster to the Murray State College Board of Regents. This is her second term. She was first appointed as a regent by Governor Fallon in 2017.

“Murray State is doing great things,” Brewster said. “We’ve had many accomplishments during my first
term. We provide our students with the tools they need to be work-ready and successful in their future

Brewster was a teacher and counselor for 21 years, and spent more than 20 years as a consultant/lobbyist
in Washington D.C. for more than 10 different groups.

“Suzie is a true advocate for higher education,” said Dr. Tim Faltyn, Murray State College President.
“We would not be where we are without her dedication to Murray State. Governor Stitt, the Oklahoma
Senate and specifically Senator Chris Kidd have wisely recognized her impact, and we appreciate their
overwhelming support for her reappointment.”

Brewster’s love for teaching and hunting led her to create the National Rifle Association Women’s Club
and become a National Rifle Association (NRA) Certified Firearms Instructor. She was named the
Safari Club International Diana 2011 International Woman Hunter of the Year, and received the Dallas
Safari Club Outstanding Hunter Achievement Award.

“Suzie is a leader among leaders,” said Regent Allen Benson, Murray State College Board of Regents
Chair. “She’s one of the most confident and passionate people that I know. Her knowledge, character
and love for Murray State is simply astonishing.”