New Regent Appointed to Tulsa Community College Board in 2022
She will serve a seven-year term.
“Jennifer Jezek brings a wealth of experience as a business owner in Broken Arrow and has been engaged in economic development in the Tulsa metro area for many years,” said Governor Stitt. “Not only will she serve as an advocate for higher education and workforce development, but she shares a deep connection with TCC as an alumna of the institution.”
Jezek is President and CEO of York Electronic Systems, Inc. Founded by her parents, Steve and Judi York, the second-generation business provides design, engineering, consulting, construction, installation and service for building technology solutions including safety, security, communications and audio-visual systems. York Electronic Systems, Inc. is a Native American woman-owned company.
“It is my honor and privilege to be appointed as a Regent,” said Jezek. “The education, guidance and mentorship I received as a student at TCC was life-changing, and I look forward to the opportunity to serve in this capacity.”
Jezek joined the Tulsa Community College Foundation Board of Trustees in 2019. Before being sworn in as a TCC Regent at the Board of Regents August 18 meeting, she resigned as a TCC Foundation Trustee. She is also a Cherokee Nation Citizen.
Currently, Jezek serves as the vice chair for Community Development on the Tulsa Regional Chamber Executive Committee; Oklahoma Biz PAC director; Associated Builders and Contractors National Inclusion Equity and Diversity Committee - Native American Resource Group leader; Oklahoma Governor’s Minority Business Council advocacy committee chair; Junior Achievement of Oklahoma state board director; and Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation Board chair. She is past chair for Associate Buildings and Contractors of Oklahoma.
She is a graduate of Langston University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and of Tulsa Community College with an Associate in Science - Business Administration.