Brent Casey

Ricky Wilkinson

Meet the Candidates

Brent Casey

Administration Division

Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center

OkACTE/ACTE Membership: 24 years

Professional organizations are formed to advance the interests of individuals associated within a particular profession and are only as strong as the involvement of its membership.  As a career and technology education administrator in Oklahoma, I believe our professional organization, the OkACTE, is the strongest and most publicly recognized state CTE organization.  However, as members we often take for granted the opportunities for professional growth and member networking we have within our state.


As the next OkACTE President, I will strive to increase the awareness and participation of members within each division.  We must provide opportunities for members to appreciate the value of our OkACTE activities and increase member understanding that their involvement not only benefits themselves, but also makes our Oklahoma CTE professional organization stronger.  It is essential that we continually focus on networking and professional development activities to equip and unite each career and technology educator in Oklahoma.

Divisional Involvement: 

  • 2010-2021: Instructional Leader's Group

  • 2018-2021: Superintendent's Group

  • 2017-2019: OkACTE Legislative Seminar

  • 1996-2020: Oklahoma Summit 

OkACTE Involvement: 

  • 2017-2019 OkACTE Young Professionals Committee

ACTE Involvement: 

  • 2020 ACTE Experienced Fellowship Program

  • 2017-2021 Region IV Policy Committee Member

  • 2017-2019: ACTE Vision

  • 2019: ACTE Policy Seminar

Ricky Wilkinson

Agricultural Education Division

Calumet High School

OkACTE/ACTE Membership: 20 years

As I reflect on this last year, I am thankful that we have emerged like a phoenix from the ashes reborn. We stretched our knowledge, stretched our boundaries on teaching and stretched our very innermost strength of pure will to be successful.


As we have navigated the waters of this pandemic we learned new communication skills that have made us better leaders and teachers. It is up to us to capitalize on these new opportunities and it is vital for our organization to work together now more than ever. Unification of all facets in our industry will provide our members with greater benefits. As we look to the future, I want to encourage you to focus on the ever-changing needs of our membership. To work with one another to ensure the success of every member! To promote legislative advocacy and be creative in planning our roadmap for the future.

Divisional Involvement: 

  • 2019: OAETA Outstanding Ag Teacher

  • 2017-2018: OAETA President

  • 2015-2016: SW Area OAETA Board Member

  • 2006-2015: Anadarko Regional President

  • 2006 Honorary State FFA Degree

  • 2005-2015: Reg. Presidents Committee Chairman

OkACTE Involvement: 

  • 2020 AGED Program Administrator Selection Committee

  • 2018-2019: CTAC Representative

  • 2018-2019: OkACTE Membership Services Representative

  • 2018-2019: OkACTE PAC Board and Legislative Committee

  • 2017-2018: OkACTE Leadership Seminar Participant

ACTE Involvement: 

  • 2016-2018: NAAE/ACTE/CTE National Conference Voting Delegate

  • 2017-2018: OAETA President

  • 2002-2021: ACTE Member

Voting Begins 5.1.2021

Electronic ballots will be sent to OkACTE members. The OkACTE Bylaws state "A member shall be entitled to only one vote for the office of OkACTE President-elect." Voting for OkACTE President Elect will close May 31, 2021.

All ballots will be sent to members via email. 

If you have questions about your ballot, please contact Dazsa Carter,