Commissioner Kim David
Commissioner Kim David is a native Oklahoman and an established trendsetter during her tenure in the Oklahoma State Senate from 2010 to 2022. She was sworn in to her first term as a Corporation Commissioner on January 9, 2023.
Commissioner David is the first woman since statehood to be named majority leader of the state senate. She is the first woman to chair the Senate Appropriations Committee and is the first republican woman to serve as majority whip.
During her final term in the state senate, Commissioner David sponsored legislation creating a hydrogen fuel production standard and establishing provisions for reporting hydrogen fuel production.
As small business owner managing multiple properties, Commissioner David is well-versed on issues impacting small businesses. She previously worked in petroleum marketing both nationally and internationally. She is currently a member on the Committee on Electricity and the Subcommittee on Pipeline Safety for National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners and is a member of the Financial Research Institute advisory board.
Commissioner David’s husband, Dan, is a retired federal law enforcement officer. Her daughter is an officer in the Oklahoma Air National guard. Her son served in the U.S. Marine Corps. She is also the proud grandmother of three grandsons.
Commissioner David holds a Bachelor of Science in Petroleum Geology from Oklahoma State University.