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Amy Lee is the executive director for the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education. In this role, she oversees the operations and direction OCEE, a non-profit organization. OCEE is OCEE’s mission is to promote financial literacy and economic education in Oklahoma.
OCEE executes its mission by providing professional development to PK -12 teachers, student competitions and education resources. OCEE is housed under the Department of Economics in the College of Business at the University of Central Oklahoma. This partnership allows for strength and expertise to further the mission of OCEE.
Amy serves on the Economic Education Advisory Council for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, the John Marshall Finance Academy Advisory Board as well as the President for the Oklahoma Jump$tart Coalition. She led two interim studies (2015, 2016) for the Oklahoma House of Representatives on Personal Finance Education in Oklahoma. She also led the direction of HB1694 to strengthen existing mandate and create a funding source personal finance education in Oklahoma for students in 7-12th grades, signed by Governor Mary Fallin in May 2017.
OCEE enjoys a unique partnership with the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) through the College of Business Administration serving as an outreach entity connecting with students and educators. The partnership with the College of Business Administration enhances OCEE’s work in areas such as research and providing college accredited coursework for teachers and opportunities for UCO students to gain research and project based skills.
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