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Senator Carri Hicks

Party: Democratic
Education: B.S. in Mass Communications & Political Science, Oklahoma City University; M.A. in Leadership Management, OCU; M.S. in Early Childhood Education, Capella University
Legislation Experience: Senate Member, 2018 - Present
Hometown: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Occupation: School Teacher

2300 N. Lincoln Blvd., Rm. 515.2 Oklahoma City, OK 73105

Executive Assistant:

Kandi Hoehner

About the Senator

Carri Hicks is a mother, an educator, and a lifelong Oklahoman. The daughter of a public school teacher, Hicks graduated from Oklahoma City University. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communications and Political Science. Hicks furthered her education at OCU by earning a Master's Degree with a focus on Leadership Management. She went on to work for United Way of Central Oklahoma and Saint Luke's United Methodist Church. Hicks developed skills in fundraising, advertising, and publishing throughout her career in the nonprofit sector.

A life-long learner with a passion for education, Hicks decided to seek a career change. She earned her Masters in Early Childhood Education and applied for a teaching certificate. Hicks began working as a public school teacher at the Putnam City School District in 2011. After three years teaching Kindergarten at Tulakes Elementary, Hicks moved to the Deer Creek School District. After two years teaching First Grade, Hicks now teaches Fourth Grade Math and Science at Grove Valley.

She currently serves as the co-chair of the Legislative Diabetes Caucus. She's also a member of the Appropriations Subcommmittee on Select Agencies as well as Education, Health & Human Services, and Transportation Committees.

Today Hicks lives in Northwest Oklahoma City with her husband of seven years, Spencer. They are the proud parents of three children: Camilla, Holli, and Sawyer. A dedicated community servant, Hicks is an active volunteer for education-related causes. Hicks leads the Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Camp. STEM camp gives more than 200 students each year a chance to learn outside the classroom.

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counties represented
zip codes represented
  • Oklahoma
  • 73008
  • 73106
  • 73107
  • 73112
  • 73114
  • 73116
  • 73118
  • 73120
  • 73122
  • 73127
  • 73132