Carter County Sheriff Chris Bryant has named Kacie Wilson as the CCSD finance/personnel manager.
“I’m extremely pleased Kacie has agreed to become a member of the department’s administrative staff and be a part of my team. Both areas, finance and personnel operations, are areas that require specific knowledge and abilities. Kaci not only has those abilities in human resources and as an accountant but she has an exemplary track record,” Bryant said. “I’m confident Kacie is up to the task and will be an asset to the department as we move forward.”
Wilson, a Guthrie native, obtained a bachelor’s degree in business administration with majors in accounting and finance from Oklahoma State University. She began her career with a Stillwater law firm. In 2008 she and her attorney husband, Bradley relocated to Durant, where Wilson took a post in the loan operations department of First United Bank. A year later, when her husband accepted a position with Mordy & Mordy PC, the couple moved to Ardmore, and Wilson took a post with Noble Energy as a revenue accountant in the non-operated division. By August, 2015 she had moved up in rank to a senior revenue accountant.
Wilson became Ardmore Chamber of Commerce chief operations officer in December 2015, overseeing the daily operation functions of the chamber, tourism authority and the chamber foundation. In addition to oversight of benefits, finance, human resources and information technology, she guided efforts to streamline daily processes and procedures at the convention center, as well as helping to facilitate the 2016 Keys To Success interim summer camp program.
Wilson calls her move to the CCSD, “A new and exciting opportunity. This position allows me to use my background in accounting and finance.”
Discussing her new role in what she admits is an entirely new workplace environment experience, she says her primary goal will be “to see operations run efficiently.” She added she is looking forward to her role in the CCSD, saying, “I believe in the leadership of Carter County Sheriff, Chris Bryant, as well as the team he has assembled.  I am excited to be a part of the current administration and look forward to a bright future.”
Wilson and her husband are the parents of two sons, ages 20 months and four.