Mary FallinPrior to her election to Congress, Fallin used her position as Lieutenant Governor to advance critical issues such as Right to Work and Workers' Compensation Reform.

In Congress, Fallin has continued to act as a strong voice for Oklahoma. She is one of the only freshman representatives to serve as ranking member of a subcommittee. Mary also serves as Vice Chairwoman of the Congressional Women's Caucus and is a member of several other congressional caucuses and organizations, including the House Energy Action Team and the Republican Study Committee. She has passed several pieces of legislation during her first term in office.

Fallin has been involved in many civic organizations including Board of Directors of the United Way of Oklahoma City and the YWCA. She has also served on the Trail of Tears Advisory Board, Honorary Chair of the Organ Donor Network, Honorary Co-Chair of the Indian Territory Arts and Humanities Council, and as co-chair of the Festival of Hope, an event organized to promote mental health and wellness.

Mary Fallin is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. She was raised in Tecumseh, where public service was a family tradition. Her father, the late Joseph "Newton" Copeland, served as Mayor. Her mother, the late Mary Jo Copeland served as the town's first woman mayor.