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  • Tanya Mustin
  • Michael J. Dunn Assistant Director for Work Control, Site Support
  • Jevon Oliver President, Student Government Association College of Pharmacy
  • Zelina Estrada Campus and Community Life Coordinator, HSC Student Affairs
  • Shelby Olson Secretary, Student Government Association College of Dentistry
  • James Albertson Chief, OUHSC Police Department
  • Collin Herman - College of Medicine
  • Jennifer Dunning Campus Activities Board Chair, Student Government Association
  • Mark Ray Treasurer, Student Government Association College of Pharmacy
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