Kay Floyd named one of The Journal Record’s 50 Making a Difference

The Journal Record has unveiled its list of 50 Making a Difference in 2021 and Kay Floyd is one of this year’s honorees as an extraordinary woman whose accomplishments are a credit to the Sooner State.

P. Kay Floyd is an attorney in the firm’s Oklahoma City office. She navigates complex issues in the areas of government, politics and transportation law.

Outside of the firm, Ms. Floyd serves as a democratic leader for the Oklahoma State Senate, chair of Pott’s Family Foundation Early Childhood Caucus, and co-chair of Oklahoma Women’s Caucus. Ms. Floyd has a number of other appointments, including the Sexual Assault Forensic Evidence (SAFE) Task Force, Oklahoma Occupational Advisory Commission and Council of State Governments (CSG) Governing Board.

For more than 20 years, Ms. Floyd served as an administrative law judge for the State of Oklahoma, special municipal court judge for Oklahoma City, and legal counsel for the Oklahoma Board of Chiropractic Examiners. Near the start of her career, she served as assistant attorney general in the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, working alongside Riggs Abney attorney Mike Turpen.

One honoree will be selected as the 2021 Woman of the Year and will be revealed at a gala event on Thursday, Oct. 14 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.

The Woman of the Year program, now celebrating its 41st year, recognizes Oklahoma’s prominent women who epitomize leadership in both their professional endeavors and in the communities where they live.

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