Christie joined the firm in 2004 as the Firm Administrator. With expertise in workflow management, her duties include financial management of the firm, staff management, management of client workflow, and client promotion. Before joining the firm, Christie spent several years as the president of Applied Research Consultants in addition to five years with the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology from East Central State University, and then went on to earn a Master of Science and Doctorate degree in Biostatistics from the University of Oklahoma. Christie serves on the Board of Directors for Hillcrest Fuente de Vida United Methodist Church and is a member of Team South Class V, South OKC Chamber; Women of the South, Phi Kappa Phi; Delta Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Lambda; and Xi Chapter of Delta Omega Society. Outside the office, she enjoys gardening, farming, cooking, traveling, reading, fishing, and working out.
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