The “Fifty Making a Difference” spotlights female business and community leaders making a difference in Oklahoma, and includes individuals from various sectors, both private and public.
Khan, along with the other award recipients, were honored during the Journal Record’s 39th annual Woman of the Year reception held Thursday, October 10, at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. In addition to the awards reception, Khan was featured in a special publication highlighting the fifty women.
“I am humbled to be one of the 2019 honorees of the Journal Record Woman of the Year,” said Dr. Khan. “Oklahoma has given me an amazing platform and an ability to make a constructive change at the grassroots level. Every day I learn to leverage challenges to transform myself in powerful and positive ways.”
Dr. Kayse Shrum, president of the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences and dean of OSU’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, as well as the Oklahoma secretary of science and innovation, received the 2019 Woman of the Year award.