TULSA. A Letter from Our President

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1 TULSA June 2013 Vol. 13, No Officers & Directors President Karen Kellogg, JPMorgan Chase & Co A Letter from Our President June is here and summer will be here in a few weeks! It is that time of year when high schools officially release a new batch of adults out into the world. I have a couple of friends who have seniors graduating. Their seniors are excited to be free of the confines of school and ready to spread their wings and soar. We are adults they proudly proclaim, though, I m sure the parents think less so since they still underwrite them. Being on the other side of that fence for a few years now, I can appreciate that carefree mentality of childhood. Afternoons were spent climbing trees and fences and riding my bike. I never worried about time, bills or where I was going to find the money to fix my car. I used to wonder about what I was going to do or be when I grew up, not worry about what I ll do if this doesn t work out. Resigning from Adulthood It s also taken a few more years to learn this is my life. It is my responsibility to fill it with people and events that make me happy, make me smile, and make me excited. One of those is EWI. I may not be in school, but as we all discover, the learning process never ends. EWI has provided me a venue in which I can grow. It also doesn t hurt that the women in this organization are a true joy to be around. Until next month, you can find me jumping in mud puddles and fingerpainting. Striving to make a difference, Karen Kellogg EWI of Tulsa President JPMorgan Chase & Co. Vice President/President-Elect Kim Bowman, T.D. Williamson, Inc Secretary Dana Nichols, Cimarex Energy Co Treasurer Alandra Baggett, Omni Air International Sergeant-at-Arms Maureen Quinn, Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance B/C/DP Bassima Roz, Doubletree Hotel Downtown Membership Tonya Solomon, Allegra Print & Imaging Program Felicia Senter, TulsaTech Communication Jodi Erickson, State Farm Insurance Companies Fundraising Susan Miller, Warren Professional Building Corporation Advisor Janis Cohlmia, Tropical Plant Design, Inc Advisor Linda Polson, Dewberry Letter from the President p.1 June Meeting Announcement p.2 Board Reports p.3 Princess Diaries p.4 May Meeting Highlights p. 5-8 Getting to Know Rebecca Manzer p.9 Congratulations p. 10 Calendar of Events p. 11 Reading Rally Announcement p. 12 Reminders and Information to Share p. 13

2 EWI of Tulsa June Meeting Firm Night When: Thursday, June 13, :30 pm Check-In/Registration 6:00 pm Meeting begins Speaker: Dress: Location: Cost: Tim Williams, Operations Manager with Lexus of Tulsa, will speak to us on professional development. Business or Business Casual Lexus of Tulsa Community Room, 2 nd floor 4210 S. Memorial Drive $40 Members and Guests RSVP: Maureen Quinn, Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance by Friday, June 7 Meeting Fees: Make your check payable to EWI of Tulsa Fees may be paid at the door or mailed to: Alandra Baggett Omni Air International PO Box Tulsa OK Page

3 BOARD REPORTS LADIES IN WAITING Congratulations to our members on their way to becoming Ladies In Waiting: Kim Bowman, Pat Desormeau, Teri Edmondson, Jodi Erickson, Margaret Harrison, Diane Jarvi, Karen Kellogg, Chris Martin, Pam McDonald, Susan Miller, Linda Polson, Maureen Quinn, Bassima Roz, and Rita Young. TREASURER S REPORT The GENERAL OPERATING ACCOUNT as of April 30, 2013, was $49, MAY MEMBERSHIP REPORT 1 st Representative Resignation Pam Miller, ESPO Fire & Restoration 2 nd Representative Resignation Tamara Conner, Tulsa Regional Chamber Executive/Representative Resignation Pam Robison, J. Gifford Inc. Executive Resignation John Esposito, ESPO Fire & Restoration Firm Resignation J.Gifford Inc. ESPO Fire & Restoration JUNE BIRTHDAYS EXECUTIVES Date Name Company 20 Jody Davis Accent Moving & Storage/ Mayflower 24 Amy Adkins Mrs. DeHaven s Flower Shop 30 Jeff Davis United States Beef Corp. (Arby s) 30 Mark Fried Alzheimer s Association REPRESENTATIVES Date Name Company 2 Diane Cariker Tulsa City-County Library 3 Mary Morrow Zarrow Family Office, LLC 7 Glenann Wilkerson Sustaining member 11 Patty Fuhrman Tulsa Marriott Southern Hills 14 Leslie Lynn Cimarex Energy Co. 15 Melanie Dennis Omni Air International 15 Debra Coughlan Sustaining member 15 Lisa Stansill United States Beef Corp. (Arby s) 20 Susanne Braddy APSCO Inc. JUNE FIRM ANNIVERSARIES 1992 World Travel Service, LLC 2012 Hall Estill Attorneys At Law MAY ATTENDANCE First Representatives* 33 Second Representatives 7 Third Representatives 0 Sustaining Representatives 2 Life Members 2 Executive/Representatives 1 Honorary Representatives 0 Guests 33 Executives** 2 Total 79 * The First Representative count does not include Executive/Representatives. For total first representative count, add the first representative and the Executive/Representatives together. ** Executive count does not include Executive/Representatives. For total Executive count, add the Execs and Exec/Reps together. 3 Page

4 OH, THE PLACES WE WILL GO.THE PRINCESS DIARIES Where are our princesses??? Don t forget to send your pictures of the fun things our princesses are doing! 4 Page

5 Congratulations to all of our scholarship winners recognized at our May meeting!! EWISP Winners: 1 st place $5,000 to Becca Walters, Owasso High School 2 nd place - $3,000 to Merrisa Jennings, Collinsville High School 3 rd place - $2,000 to Beverly Ziegler, Booker T. Washington High School 4 th place - $1,000 to Jamie Applegate, Webster High School 5 th place - $1,000 to Felicity Owens, Claremore High School EWISP winners l-r: Beverly Ziegler, Merrisa Jennings, Jamie Applegate, Felicity Owens. Not pictured: Becca Walters. 5 Page

6 ASIST Winners: 1 st place - $2,000 to Marci Parkhurst $2,000 to Bryan Campbell $2,000 to Crystal Johnson $2,000 to Andrea Papke $2,000 to Gina Quinton ASIST winners l-r: Andrea Papke, Bryan Campbell, Gina Quinton, Crystal Johnson, Marci Parkhurst. 6 Page

7 Sustaining member Myra Trahern visits with President Karen Kellogg and guest speaker Executive David Stratton from JP Morgan Chase & Co. LaQuinda Davison, Gatesway Foundation, with EWISP winner Jamie Applegate and her sister, Jenna Applegate. EWISP Judges Nekki Reagan-Neeley and Judi Grove with ASIST Judge Jessica Hargis. 7 Page

8 Linda Polson, Dewberry, with EWISP winner Felicity Owens and her parents, Mark Owens and Terri Peters. Bonnie Pace, Joe West Company, joins ASIST Winner Gina Quinton and her spouse, Damon Quinton. 8 Page

9 Getting to know..rebecca Manzer 1. What does your company do and what is your function within the company? Certified Carpet Cleaning & Restoration, LLC provides flooring care maintenance for carpet, all types of tile, and wood floors. We also clean upholstery & do water damage restoration. My function in the business is receptionist, bookkeeper, estimator, and marketing. 2. How did you get into this business? I married into this business. My husband is a third generation technician in this industry. When I met and married him, he was working for his uncles doing the same thing. About two years after we got married, at the age of 20, things were not working out working for family, so we decided to start our own business. We have been in business for 12 years this November. 3. What do you enjoy most about your current job? The variety and flexibility. I like doing different things. With this job and my current functions, every day is different. I like the flexibility because it allows me to schedule things around our two girls, who are 9 and What was your first job? My first official job was a sales associate at SEARS when I was 17 years old. However, during summer breaks before that, I worked at my great aunt s store and waited tables at a Mexican restaurant. 5. What was your favorite thing about childhood? Our vacations. We would go to Galveston, Texas almost every year. But we also went to Canada and Florida. We drove to all our destinations so the road trip added to the experience. We got to go through other states and we stopped at a lot of tourist attractions. We also camped any time we stayed overnight anywhere. It was very enjoyable and I will never forget them. 6. Tell us something interesting about yourself that a lot of people don t know, a little known fact or accomplishment, past or present. I am an open book, so there s not very much people don t know about me. I was raised by my grandma who adopted me. I have two brothers and two sisters. I was very good in school. I graduated in the top 20 of my class from Tulsa Central High School and received a $40,000 scholarship. I met and married my husband in high school. I loved being pregnant and giving birth. My husband and I designed and built our house ourselves. I received the 2011 Crystal Star Small Business of the Year Award. 7. Who do you consider to be your role model? Why? I have two. First, would be Jesus because I am a Christian and I try to follow His example as best as I can. He knew the best way to live to get the most benefit out of life. I believe we should all try to follow that pattern. Second, would be my Grandma. She was an amazing person. I try all the time to be as hard working, productive, loving, kind, and smart as she was. 8. Tell us a little about what you like to do in your spare time. What is your passion/hobby? I love scrapbooking, hiking, camping and making things. 9. What s on your bucket list? I would like to make a book identifying the photos of birds I have taken. I would like to visit another country besides Canada, and I would like to speak another language fluently. 10. What is the biggest benefit to your being affiliated with Executive Women International? Or, what do you hope to gain from your affiliation with EWI? I would like to gain a database of professional women that I can use as resources. I would also like to develop relationships in order to learn from each other and to strengthen one another personally and professionally. 9 Page

10 Member Firm, Gatesway Foundation, celebrates its 50 th Anniversary in 2013 with a variety of events designed to spotlight its national reputation for innovation and excellence in providing services for individuals with intellectual disabilities and their families. Our congratulations to Executive Judi Meyers and Representative LaQuinda Davison! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Also, Larry Mocha, executive of member firm APSCO, Inc., was named Small Business Person of the Year by the Tulsa Regional Chamber. He received the Crystal Star Small Business Award in their annual awards ceremony. Vernice Bersche, Merrill Lynch, welcomed her first grandson, Brandt Lee Bersche, on May 28, Parents are Dustin and Rachel Bersche. 10 Page

11 CALENDAR OF EVENTS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY June 3 June 4 June 5 June 6 June 7 Fundraising Committee 12:00 pm Warren Professional Bldg Contact: Susan Miller June 10 June 11 June 12 June 13 June 14 Membership Committee 11:30 am Cimarex Contact: Tonya Solomon Chapter Meeting 5:30 pm Lexus of Tulsa June 17 June 18 June 19 June 20 June 21 Board Meeting 11:30 am State Farm Reading Really 12:00 pm Alzheimer s Contact: Karen Association Kellogg Contact: Debbie Ash June 24 June 25 June 26 June 27 June 28 Program Committee 11:30 am Tulsa Tech Contact: Felicia Senter OUR MISSION EWI brings together key individuals from diverse businesses for the purpose of: Promoting member firms, Enhancing personal and professional development, and, Encouraging community involvement. OUR VISION To be a professional organization that creates value for its member firms and their representatives through career development, business connectivity, and involvement in local communities. 11 Page

12 Reading Rally 2013 Announcement Function leader Debbie Ash and members of this year s Reading Rally Committee have identified two local recipients for this year s literacy project: 1. Family & Children s Services (ages 3-18) 2. Domestic Violence Intervention Services, Inc. (all ages, women and children) This project offers two components: 1. Collecting gently used books and recent magazines: EWI members are encouraged to begin de-cluttering closets and bookshelves in search of gently used books and recent magazines (within six months, address labels removed) that could be donated to the libraries of these shelters that cater to underprivileged children and their mothers. Please spread the news to others who may be looking for an opportunity to do some Spring cleaning or will be attending book fairs in search of donation-worthy books. More details coming soon regarding collection of these books and magazines. 2. Collecting new books and/or accepting monetary donations to purchase them: We hope to bridge the gap between underprivileged children and books. More details coming soon regarding purchasing new books for these children, as well as gift subscriptions to activity publications such as Highlights for the shelter libraries, and/or accepting monetary donations to purchase them. 12 Page

13 * Straw Ballots Please take a moment to consider who you would like to see on the board next year (don t forget to think about adding yourself if you would like to serve) and send your nominations to Maureen Quinn at Deadline for nominations is June 7. You can also send your nominations for members making a difference to Maureen Quinn. *If you were a recipient of a Princess Diary last month (aka a little book featuring a princess), please be sure to take a picture of that book somewhere and send it to Please remember to bring the book to the meeting so you can pass it on to another EWI member. Don t forget to please write a little note in the book somewhere kind of like you would sign a yearbook. *SAVE THE DATE Executive Night is September 12, Have you put this on your Executive s calendar? This year we have the privilege of honoring our Executive of the Year David Murlette, Montereau!! HAVE INFORMATION TO SHARE? COURTESY NOTICES If you have an announcement you d like distributed to the members, please send your news to Cheryl Benoit at EWI OF TULSA IS ON FACEBOOK If you would like to follow EWI of Tulsa on Facebook, Jodi Erickson at EWI OF TULSA DIRECTORY UPDATES Please provide any updates for the directory to Dana Nichols via phone at or at EWI CORPORATE UPDATES (WWW.EWICONNECT.COM) Check your member information on the Corporate Website and update your profile online. If you do not have access to /internet, please contact Dana Nichols at POSTINGS FOR MONTHLY CONNECT Please send all submissions for the Connect to Jodi Erickson, by Tuesday, June 25, 2013, for the July issue. 13 Page

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