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WHO WE ARE

DWIGHT HUGHES

Superintendent/CEO

BRIAN GADDY

Assistant Superintendent; Chief Operational Officer

JANET STRATE

Assistant Superintendent; Chief Instructional Development Officer

JEFF HUFFMAN

Assistant Superintendent; Chief Workforce Development Officer

SALLY YATES

Chief Financial Officer

KIMBERLY MCSPARRIN

Chief Human Capital Officer

MANDY MAYBERRY

Chief Communications & Engagement Officer

DEVON TOLAND

Director of Information Technology

RANDY MARLATT

Director of Maintenance

SHELBY COTTRILL

Director of Marketing

KYLE HOCKMEYER

Director of Workforce Development

RACHEL SNIDER

Director of Student Services

RICKY WILKINSON

Director of Full-time Programs - Trade & Industrial

ANDREA LONG

Curriculum Coordinator - Business & Health

AUTRY TECH'S MISSION

Autry Tech prepares a workforce for today and tomorrow.

AUTRY TECH'S PHILOSOPHY

Autry Tech’s students are our product

Business & Industry is our customer

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE

The population in the Autry Technology Center District by Counties was 208,596 per American Community Survey data for 2013-2017.  

 

The region has a civilian labor fore of 96,522 with a participation rate of 60.2%. Of individuals 25 to 64 in the Autry Tech District by Counties, 23.4% have a bachelor’s degree or higher which compares with 32.3% in the nation. 

 

The median household income in the Autry Tech District by Counties is $51,958 and the median house value is $109,581

INDUSTRY SNAPSHOT

The third largest sector in the Autry Technology Center District by Counties is Manufacturing with more than 8,000 workers. The manufacturing industry accounts for 10.7% of the total workers for Autry Technology Center’s District by Counties. The industry was also considered the top regional sector with the best job growth over the last five years with the addition of 909 jobs. Over the next 10 years, employment in the Autry Technology Center District by Counties is projected to expand by 859 jobs.

ABOUT OKLAHOMA CAREERTECH

For more than 100 years, Oklahoma’s system of career and technology education has focused on improving Oklahoma’s economy by offering individuals the training and skills necessary to be successful in the workplace and, providing companies with the workforce necessary to compete globally.