The Jenks Chamber of Commerce November Monthly Luncheon will feature Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Leslie Osborn, Nov. 20.

FlyingTee will sponsor and host the luncheon on the third floor of their building, located at 600 Riverwalk Terrace in Jenks. The program begins at noon.

Registration will be limited to 75 people. Luncheons are $15 for members and $20 for nonmembers.

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Elected as Labor Commissioner in 2018, Osborn previously served 10 years in the state House of Representatives and is the first Republican female chair of the House Appropriations and Budget Committee.

She currently also serves as the Chair of the Oklahoma occupational licensing review board and the Department of Commerce’s automotive steering committee, which is actively working on recruitment of diversified manufacturing businesses to the state of Oklahoma.

Osborn received a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Oklahoma State University and resides in Mustang, Oklahoma. Leslie owned and operated her own business for 22 years selling heavy duty truck parts, Osborn Pick-Up Accessories, and is the mother of two children.

Osborn serves on the advisory board of OK Small Business Development Centers and the Oklahoma Academy. She also serves on the foundation board for the Canadian Valley Technology Center. She is a member of Oklahoma First Ladies and a lifetime member of the OSU Alumni association. She was in Leadership Oklahoma Class 27 and served as the state director of the national group Women in Government.

The Jenks Chamber’s Monthly Luncheons feature networking opportunities and a speaker targeting business development, legislative policy, career coaching and other important topics.