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Rusty Minnix, CPA Approved by Senate to Serve on Oklahoma Accountancy Board

June 13, 2024

The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA) congratulates Rusty Minnix, CPA, a distinguished member of the OSCPA, on his recent approval by the Senate to serve on the Oklahoma Accountancy Board (OAB). This appointment highlights Minnix’s extensive experience and dedication to the accounting profession.

Minnix is a partner at FORVIS in Oklahoma City, a firm renowned for its comprehensive assurance, tax, consulting, and wealth management services that cater to clients in all 50 states. His expertise and leadership at FORVIS have been instrumental in providing high-quality services and strategic guidance to a diverse clientele.

A graduate of Oklahoma State University, Minnix has been a licensed CPA for almost 30 years. His commitment to the field is further demonstrated by his active involvement with the OSCPA for nearly three decades. Throughout his OSCPA membership, Minnix has contributed significantly to various committees, including the Taxation, Strategic Planning, and Healthcare Industry committees. His proactive participation has helped shape the direction and policies of the organization, benefiting members and the accounting community at large.

"His appointment to the OAB is a testament to his professional excellence and unwavering commitment to the accounting profession," said Blaine Peterson, president and CEO of the OSCPA, "We are confident that his wealth of experience and dedication will greatly benefit the Board and the accounting community in Oklahoma."

As a member of the OAB, Minnix will play a crucial role in overseeing the practice of public accounting and licensing within the state, ensuring that it meets the highest standards of integrity, competency, and professionalism.

“We are excited to have Mr. Minnix, CPA, join the Oklahoma Accountancy Board. This is an exciting time in the profession, and we look forward to leveraging the expertise he brings for the furtherance of both the profession and public protection,” said OAB Chair Sandy Siegfried, CPA.


James "Rusty" Minnix, CPA, has been a member of the OSCPA for 29 years and is a current member of the Taxation Committee as well as a previous member of the Health Care Industry and Strategic Planning Committees.