Meet NAMI Oklahoma Board President
Reginald (Reggie) Hines
In 2006 Reginald Hines was appointed as Division Manager of the Division of Community Corrections. His responsibilities include operations of adult felony community supervision consisting of Community Corrections Centers, Work Centers, Halfway Houses, Probation and Parole Offices.
As a native Oklahoman, he attended Langston University receiving a Bachelor of Administration with a Major Field of Study in Corrections as well as an Associate Degree in Sociology from Rose State. He began his career with the Oklahoma Department of Corrections in the fall of 1978 as a correctional officer at Mable Basset Correctional Center and from there his positions include Sergeant, Captain, Chief of Security, Deputy Warden and Warden.
Along with his current responsibilities, he serves on the Justice Roundtable Committee in Washington D.C. for the powder versus crack cocaine disparity and sentencing. He has been elected to the American Correctional Association’s Board of Governors and was also presented the 2012 Oklahoma Correctional Association Achievement Award for his work in criminal justice. Mr. Hines is also a graduate of the Leadership Oklahoma, class of XXVIII.
Mr. Hines is the current President of the NAMI Oklahoma Board of Directors and has been a board member since 2012. He has served on the Executive Committee and the Nomination/Governance Committee. He also is a strong supporter of the NAMI Oklahoma Walk.
Along with his many other accomplishments, Mr. Hines is always seeking solutions that impacts our youth of today through gang violence, teen pregnancy, drugs, and drinking and driving among other items that have affected the youth population.