President’s Cabinet

The President’s Cabinet is composed of administrative leaders at OSUIT appointed by the university president. The cabinet meets regularly to discuss and oversee all aspects of the university including academic services; student services; workforce and economic development; fiscal services; marketing and communications; technology services, and grants and fundraising.

The President’s Cabinet reflects a variety of voices with diverse backgrounds and administrative functions that provides counsel to the president and informs high-level decision making.

Because of this synergy of ideas and viewpoints, the community is better served through representative talent from across the institution.


Dr. Ina Agnew

Vice President, Student Services

Photo of Ina Agnew (918) 293-4761
ina.agnew@okstate.edu

Dr. Ina Agnew is responsible for helping students access a college education, which includes assisting with applying for admissions, identifying funding to pay for college, helping active duty military persons and veterans, and providing students with the opportunity to recreate and socialize through activities offered in the residence halls and through student life.

She has held previous positions as Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Enrollment Management. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management and Psychology from the University of South Florida in Tampa; a Master of Science in Human Services from Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky; and a Ph.D. in Occupational Education from OSU Stillwater. Agnew is Vice Grand Lady of the Knights of St. Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary, and a member of the Friends of the Library for the Okmulgee Public Library.


Devin DeBock

Dean of Students

Devin DeBock is the Dean of Students at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology.

DeBock earned a master’s degree in Exercise Science and Sports Medicine from Oklahoma State University-Stillwater; and a bachelor’s degree in Recreational Therapy, Allied Health and Sports Medicine from Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Since 1999, he has served in several roles at OSUIT including Director of Student Life, Director of Residential Life, Wellness Coordinator, Director of Emergency Management and Chief Conduct Officer.

Before he came to OSUIT, DeBock worked at OSU Stillwater as a teaching graduate assistant in Health and Sports Medicine and at Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Residential Life Department.


Shari Erwin

Executive Director, Marketing & Communications

Shari Erwin manages the institutional branding and communication efforts of the Okmulgee campus.

Prior to joining OSU Institute of Technology, she worked for the University of Tulsa College of Law and was the web communications coordinator for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, supporting student recruitment efforts and image advertising campaigns through storytelling and online community engagement. Erwin spent more than a decade working in television and was first in the market in developing a multi-platform news sharing strategy for KLRT/KASN in Little Rock.

She holds a master’s degree in Technical and Professional Writing from UALR where she continues to serve as an adjunct instructor.


Jody Grammer

Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs

Prior to her role as Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs, Grammer served as Cooperative Alliance Coordinator and Assistant Registrar/Prior Learning Assessment & Articulation Services Coordinator at OSUIT.

She serves as a Federal Compliance Peer Reviewer on the Higher Learning Commission; chair of the President’s Retention Task Force; and several other higher education committees.

Grammer has also worked as an instructor at Meridian Technology Center as well as a laboratory technician and laboratory manager at the Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Lab-OSU.

Grammer earned a master’s degree in Teaching, Learning and Leadership in 2011 and a bachelor’s degree in Zoology in 2000 from Oklahoma State University-Stillwater; and she earned a certificate of mastery in Prior Learning Assessment from the Council for Adult & Experiential Learning in Chicago in 2014.


Dr. Sheryl Hale

Associate Vice President, Workforce & Economic Development

Dr. Sheryl Hale joined OSUIT in 2015 after 24 years of experience in secondary, adult and corporate training and education. Previously she held the position of director of research and innovation at the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. During that time, she developed and disseminated business intelligence that advanced the career and technology education system’s ability to make effective decisions, establish strategic direction, and promote innovation, continuous learning and economic development.

Hale earned an Ed. D. in Occupational and Adult Education specializing in Human Resource Development from Oklahoma State University in 1993; a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction specializing in Evaluation and Measurement in 1998 from OSU; and a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from OSU in 1982.

Hale has authored and co-authored state and federal grants resulting in over $8 million in awards that support career and technology education initiatives. She also served on the business intelligence team to support the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development and state and local workforce entities.


Kevin Hulett

Associate Vice President, Technology Services

In his decade of working at OSUIT, Kevin Hulett has held multiple positions including Manager of Distance Learning and Assistant Director of Computer and Information Services before being named Director of Technology Services.

Hulett graduated with a Bachelor of Technology degree from OSU Institute of Technology in 2006, the same year he came to work at OSUIT as a Server/System Administrator.

Prior to joining OSUIT, Kevin worked in the music business as president/general manager of Concert Sound Productions for 11 years before moving on to production manager and then tour manager at Stone Age Productions from 1990 to 1997. He worked as tour manager at Ricochet Inc., for six years before enrolling at OSUIT.


Dr. Scott Newman

Vice President, Academic Affairs

Dr. Scott Newman serves as Vice President of Academic Affairs. Previously, he served as the Executive Director of Academic Relations.

During his postsecondary career, Newman has held faculty and administrative positions, and published and presented on a diverse range of topics — including higher education innovation and leadership.

He is a peer reviewer for The Higher Learning Commission, has served as an Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Fellow and an American Council on Education Fellow, and been recognized as one of the nation’s top technology leaders by Computerworld.

Dr. Newman holds graduate degrees from The University of Oklahoma, the University of Oxford and Oklahoma State University (OSU), and is an alumnus of Leadership Oklahoma. He also served from 2001 to 2014 as the Founding Chair of the School of Information Technologies at OSU Institute of Technology.


Jim Smith

Vice President, Fiscal Services

Jim Smith joined OSUIT in 2012 as the Vice President of Fiscal Services. His administrative supervision includes Accounting, Purchasing, Human Resources, Campus Police, Bursar, Motor Pool and Physical Plant.

Smith previously served as Fiscal Officer for Tulsa County; Finance Director for City of Sapulpa; and as Water and Sewer Services Director for the City of Fayetteville, AR.

Smith earned a Master of Science in Accounting from the University of Arkansas; a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, TX; and a Bachelor of Arts from Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College in Moore. Smith is a Certified Public Accountant.


Glenn Zannotti

Director of Development, OSU Foundation

Glenn Zannotti joined the OSU Foundation in 2011. He works to identify and cultivate relationships with major gift prospects for the OSUIT campus and works closely with President Path and other administrators in providing oversight of fundraising programs.

Zannotti earned a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Management from Oklahoma State University in 1987. After he graduated he worked in the financial services industry and software sales in Boston and did fundraising work for the Tulsa Area United Way.