Stitt Hires Chesapeake Energy Accountant for New State CFO Job

Nov 18, 2020

Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Amanda Rodriguez will serve as Oklahoma's chief financial officer, a new cabinet role that will help write the executive budget and improve financial reporting.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Gov. Kevin Stitt announced Tuesday the hiring of Amanda Rodriguez, a longtime accountant for Chesapeake Energy, for the new role of chief financial officer for the state of Oklahoma.

Stitt said in a press release Rodriguez will oversee the development of the executive budget and work with the governor’s cabinet to improve financial reporting.

Rodriguez worked as an accountant for Chesapeake Energy since 2007 and for the last two years as internal audit manager.

She graduated from the University of Oklahoma Price College of Business in 2003 and earned her master’s degree from Oklahoma City University in 2018.