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Due to our meeting location and use of a third-party caterer this month, lunch reservations for the November Meeting closed Tuesday, November 11 at 11:59 p.m. CST.  Program Only (no meal) registrations are still open.

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November Program

Are you part of a team? Do you collaborate with others? Would it be helpful for you to understand how to develop discipline within an undisciplined organization? Can it help you to sharpen your communication skills to provide clarity, conciseness, and urgency?

If you answered, "yes" to any of these questions, our November program can help!

Join us as Bill Fournet presents Projects and Communications in Flux: A New Way to Lead.

Reserve your lunch by Tuesday, November 11. Register here.

Remember, we meet in a new location this month: the Lexus of Tulsa Community Room - 4210 S Memorial Dr, Tulsa, OK 7414

Special Parking InstructionsWe will enter the dealership from the South Entrance.  Parking is available in the southwest lot of the dealership, behind the building. Attendees should park in the assigned location. The spaces in front of the showroom should only be be used for Lexus of Tulsa customers.


Election of Officers for 2015

The election of officers for 2015 takes place at our November meeting. Members in Good Standing (chapter membership dues are paid current) are eligible to vote.

For our upcoming elections, we have two candidates for the office of President-Elect: Shane Norrid and Larry Straining, CPLP

Two positions did not receive any nominations. Each of the remaining positions have one candidate.

Candidates for each office were asked to respond the following four questions.
  1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.
  2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?
  3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?
  4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

Here are their responses:

President-Elect Candidate - Shane Norrid

Shane Norrid is an Account Executive in the corporate relations division at Apollo Education Group. Shane works collaboratively with Learning & Development and Human Resource professionals of corporations, using creative solutions, to improve upon individual and organizational performance through employee and leadership development. Shane has worked with numerous Fortune 2000 companies to build human capital strategies to both grow and develop internal talent while also building strategies to attract new external talent to their respective companies.

Before entering the human asset development environment, Shane worked previously in the banking and finance industry selling financial products for both Bank of Oklahoma and Merrill Lynch in Tulsa, OK. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from University of the Ozarks and later, earned his Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. Outside of work, Shane enjoys spending as much time as possible with his wife and their newborn daughter. His personal interests include golf, basketball, baseball, skiing, and traveling to new places with his family.

Shane will be entering his 3rd consecutive year of serving on the ATD Tulsa board in 2015. Shane’s biggest strengths he commits to bringing to this position are his leadership capabilities that he has demonstrated throughout our great community. Shane works with a proactive mindset and strives to accomplish big goals both within his professional role and his volunteer activity with his main focus to be a positive leader that is dedicated to growing and bettering our great Tulsa community.

Shane’s biggest vision as he pursues the 2016 President-Elect position on our board will be to grow our chapter by connecting many of the great T&D and OD leaders within our community to our great chapter. The pursuit of this vision will add value to our chapter by creating a larger space for learning and information sharing from some of the great minds that represent many growing and prosperous companies within our community. In addition, Shane’s vision includes connecting these employers to more visibility within our chapter and providing a platform to share some of the amazing things they are doing that will in no doubt help many others within the chapter as we each work to accomplish our human capital goals within our respective professional roles. During 2015 in this role, Shane will also be driving the planning and strategy of the 2015 ATD State Conference that will be hosted in Tulsa, OK.

Thank you for your consideration as the 2015 President-Elect


President-Elect Candidate - Larry Straining, CPLP


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Talent Development community.

I have been a Talent Development professional for over 18 years when I first transitioned from a subject matter expert to a trainer. I was responsible for both instructional design and facilitation to in-house and external customers. I also traveled internationally, training acquired companies on legacy systems. In 2001 I migrated to another company as the training manager. Since 1997 I have been an adjunct professor teaching technology to adult students.

In 2009 I started my own training consultancy working with clients all over the country and using innovative technologies. I am a regular speaker at ATD chapters around the country, the Chicago E-Learning and Technology Showcase, the eLearning Guild’s mLearnCon, the Heartland E-Learning Conference and ATD’s International Conference and Exposition, TechKnowledge, and Chapter Leadership Conference.

I am the author of “Learniappe...111 Creative Ways to use QR Codes” and a contributing author to “Interactive and Engaging Training – a Practical Guide”.

I have achieved the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) certification from the ATD Certification Institute

I have been actively involved in ATD Chapter leadership in the following ways:
At the ATD Tulsa Chapter;
  • VP Membership (1 year)
  • VP Communications (2 years)
  • VP Marketing (1 year)
  • VP of Digital Media (1 year)
  • E-Learning Special Interest Group (3 years)
  • CPLP Special Interest Group (6 years)
  • Mentoring Special Interest Group (1 year)
At the ATD Chicagoland chapter;
  • VP Marketing (2 years)
  • Director of Special Projects and Personal Development Networks (1 year)
At ATD International level;
  • Communications Committee (3 years)
  • ATD Chapter Leader Conference Program Advisory Committee (ALC PAC) (2 years)
  • John Coné ATD Membership Scholarship Selection Committee (2 years)
I am a lifelong learner and continuously follow trends in the industry to stay current within the Talent Development community.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

I have been a member of the ATD Tulsa Chapter since becoming a Talent Development professional, when it was still the Tulsa Chapter of ASTD. In this time, the ATD Tulsa Chapter has always been a place to fellowship with professionals of a like mind. It was the ATD Tulsa Chapter leadership that helped me achieve my Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) accreditation. It was the ATD Tulsa Chapter leadership that asked me to serve on the board as a fellow leader for many years. It was the ATD Tulsa Chapter leadership that has nominated me for the position of Chapter President Elect in 2015 and I am prepared and excited to serve and to give back to the chapter that has helped me in so many ways. I want to serve the ATD Tulsa Chapter as its 2015 President Elect because I have a passion for this chapter and have a unique skillset that I have cultivated over many years in the ATD chapter leader community. I want to see the Tulsa chapter grow and support the Talent Development community in Tulsa and all of Northeast Oklahoma. I want share the leadership skills and knowledge from my years in the ATD chapter leader community and the Talent Development field and I want to see my passion for Talent Development spread through this organization. I have spent several years serving on local chapter boards and working with the ATD leadership around the country preparing for the role of ATD Tulsa Chapter President Elect, and when elected I will bring that servant leadership to the chapter as it has been shown to me all these years.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

As the ATD Tulsa Chapter President Elect in 2015 I bring extensive years of ATD Chapter Leader Experience as well as 18 years of corporate and consulting leadership experience. In addition to the actual Chapter Leadership experience described above, I have attended the ATD Chapter Leadership Conference seven years and attended the Chapter Leader Day at four of the ATD International Conference and Expositions. I have worked with chapters from around the country in combination with the ATD Toolkits to identify and develop solutions for chapters that can be used at any level.

In addition to having the leadership skills required by the position, I also bring several unique qualities to the position. First, I bring the leadership experience from my years in the US Army Reserves. Second, as a member of the ATD Speakers Bureau and previous speaker at the ATD Chapter Leader Conference, ATD’s TechKnowledge, and ATD’s International Conference and Exposition, I have connections in the Talent Development community across the country that have expressed an interest in reaching out to local chapters. Finally, I bring the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) credential to the position.

I have a strong knowledge of the ATD Toolkits and have worked with chapter leaders and National Advisors for Chapters (NAC) to help develop strong chapters and have spent several years as leadership and support to the ATD Tulsa chapter. I have strong established presence within the ATD Tulsa chapter and am extremely qualified to take the chapter to the next level as the 2015 chapter President Elect.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

When elected to the position of ATD Tulsa Chapter President Elect in 2015 I will work with the existing chapter leadership as well as leaders from the ATD community to achieve four priorities;

  • First, expand the chapter’s policies and procedures to support the ATD Tulsa Chapter bylaws establishing a set of documents and creating a knowledge transfer for future leadership to aid in the transitions between boards and support chapter members.
  • Second, implement a plan to increase revenues to the chapter in two ways: to establish a more robust membership structure that will increase membership revenues; and to bring in programming that reflects the ATD Ten Areas of Expertise to support the needs of the chapter members and the Tulsa and Northeast Oklahoma Talent Development community which will draw a larger audience to programs.
  • Third, establish the ATD Tulsa Chapter as a “go to” resource for the Tulsa and Northeast Oklahoma Talent Development community by expanding the resources on the chapter website and provide personal development opportunities in addition to the regular chapter meetings.
  • Finally, I will ensure the chapter meets its Chapter Affiliation Requirements (CARE) and achieves a 100% CARE compliant rating.

I will incorporate the ATD Chapter Leader toolkits and the ATD Next Level tool to help achieve these goals.

I look forward to serving as your ATD Tulsa Chapter President Elect in 2015.


VP of Finance (Treasurer) Candidate - Adam Barrow


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

I am the Operations Support Manager for Cherokee Nation Businesses, with responsibility for training & development, as well as other operational needs of our company, to include managing budgets. I have worked in Talent Development since 1999, serving as a facilitator in the United States Marine Corps, along with other companies to include staffing, entertainment and government contracting.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

I have enjoyed working with our ATD chapter for a long time, and would consider it an honor to have the opportunity to give back to an organization who has given so much to me and other leaders and practitioners of our great field.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

My greatest strengths are my creativity, drive, and leadership. I thrive on challenges, particularly those that expand the reach of our profession.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

Continue to provide excellent value through a commitment to building a sustainable, engaged learning community.


VP of Administration (Secretary) Candidate - Walt Hansmann, CPLP


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

As a workplace learning and performance professional, my experience spans more than 30 years.

An ATD Tulsa chapter member for 29 years and a Board Member for the past six years, I offer the chapter a historical perspective, along with a vision for the future.

As an active board member, I have successfully managed several projects for the chapter: to become incorporated in the state of Oklahoma; to secure general liability insurance and Director’s and Officer’s insurance; to create comprehensive new Bylaws; and to rebrand and rename the ASTD Northeast Oklahoma Chapter to the ATD Tulsa Chapter. My current project is working to document chapter policies and procedures for the benefit of future chapter leaders.

I am also active at the ATD International level: attending five of the past six ATD International Conferences (ICE); six ATD Chapter Leader Conferences (ALC); and I have been invited to be an ALC session facilitator each year since 2011 on the topic of Nonprofit Leadership. I serve on the ATD Chapter Branding committee, helping guide chapters as they rebrand from ASTD to ATD. I have attended dozens of ATD regional and state conferences, and have worked as a volunteer at several of them.

ATD recognized my deep understanding of the ATD Competency Model by awarding me the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) designation in 2009.

I am a Blanchard Certified Manager; a Franklin-Covey certified facilitator; and have worked with the Zig Ziglar Corporation to deliver sales and leadership training.

With 35 years’ experience in volunteer leadership, and more than a decade on the professional staff of a national association, I have demonstrated non-profit association results.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

The chapter has provided me countless opportunities for personal and professional growth. I want to give back to the chapter and to the talent development community, while continuing to learn and grow myself.
As Vice President of Administration, I can assist the president and the board as a practicing parliamentarian with a broad view of association management.

I enjoy the administrative functions of nonprofit management, and want to help guide the chapter into a position where it has the infrastructure, documentation, and leadership to serve a membership of 300 or more.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

Aside from my vast association management experience, as a CPLP, it is my continuing responsibility to help guide other talent development professionals toward a deeper understanding of the ATD Competency Model. I deeply enjoy sharing information and seeing the light of understanding in the eyes of my peers.

My connections with our international parent, ATD, as well as my training and talent development contacts around the world, are assets that will help me advise our board as to trends and successes toward building a stronger chapter for our members.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?
  • To complete the chapter rebranding process that the board has delegated to me;
  • To continue to document and create policies and procedures to guide future chapter leaders; and
  • To research and document the chapter history toward a goal of inviting past chapter leaders to contribute to our recorded history, and to celebrate that history by inviting them as our guests to the 2015-16 chapter gala.


VP of Membership Candidate - Greg Kittinger


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

A little over six years ago I left the field of video, film and TV communications to join a labor consulting company, with the nebulously defined role of “Business Development.” The training of front-line supervisors at companies across the country was a small but growing part of our business, encompassing a couple of ½ day training programs specific to labor management issues. We have since broadened our training objectives and content to include a range of soft skills, with the intent of improving the quality of front-line supervisors, and thus impacting the quality of the workplaces run by those first-level leaders. Last year, we listed as a new BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) to train one million front-line leaders in the next ten years.

Not having had any official training or background in HR or training and development, I have been pursuing a journey in self-education, using books, magazines, white papers, online research, networking and professional associations such as ATD.

My responsibilities in this area include:
  • Evaluation and revision of current training programs and modules
  • Co-design of new content and modules
  • Evolving our training programs into a Training System for a greater impact on learning
  • Marketing of all training programs
  • Designing the delivery mechanisms for the training programs
  • Interfacing with our clients in both the marketing/selling phases, and in delivery of training
  • Co-designing the training of those who train our content

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

Being a member of any professional group, I feel a responsibility to contribute to the quality of the group as I am able. As a new member of ATD, I have recently experienced what it is like to join the group and feel a little like a “fish out of water.” Having reviewed the responsibilities of this position, I believe that it is one of the better options for someone with my short tenure in the organization, but also an area that I believe I could contribution to the improvement of. In short, I’m willing to help, and this seems like a good place to start!

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

I am an administrator/organizer and a detail person. I am project oriented and enjoy working on great teams.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

I still consider myself new to the group, and have only attended three meetings thus far. As a newbie, I have been challenged by the presentations and enriched by the connection with others who share similar or related issues and goals. My general objective for the Tulsa Chapter would be that the quality of the meetings/presentations and the opportunities for growth remain high-caliber. My objectives for membership would be to see steady growth, a more enriched on-boarding process, and a stronger facilitation of networking.


VP of Programming Candidate - Amy Barnes


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

I have worked in talent development my entire 20+ year career. My experience includes training delivery, curriculum design, and instructor evaluation. I have worked extensively in consultative sales, helping clients identify and implement solutions for talent development initiatives. My specific areas of interest and expertise include technology, blended learning, leadership development, adult higher education, and the use of assessments for talent management.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

I am passionate about helping meet the needs of the TD professionals in our community. I feel that my strengths and assets are best matched with this particular role.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

During my 15+ years in the Tulsa TD community, I have developed an extensive network of professionals with a variety of knowledge and expertise. Because I work in a business development role, I have regular conversations with TD professionals across Oklahoma, as well as in other states. My consultative approach lends itself well to understanding needs and identifying suitable alternatives. I can apply this process to locating and securing appropriate presenters for our local chapter.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

Offering a diverse group of topics which will appeal to TD professionals across multiple functional roles and levels of experience. I would like to map our monthly programs to the ATD communities of practice. I would also like to assist the local ATD chapter in embracing the new “talent development” paradigm, which goes beyond employee training.


VP of Accommodations Candidate - Lorinda Schrammel


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

I have been in the Training and Talent Development industry since 1995. For 12 years, I worked with business and industry clients across the state of Oklahoma as an independent consultant and trainer through the state career-tech system. In 2012, I joined Oklahoma State University as their Training and Development Manager. My department is responsible for staff and faculty training and development in areas such as supervision, strengths, communication, teamwork, policies and procedures, and computer training as well as organizing events such as Staff Development Day, Administrative Professionals Day, and our Executive Briefing series.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

I have been concerned about our meeting location and catering changes this year, and feel perhaps we should be looking at options at this time. I would like to work with all board members to find suitable options and make decisions to continue to move us forward as a professional organization. I will be comfortable with handling the registration process related to our meetings and welcoming our members and guests each month at the check-in table.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

One of my top 5 strengths is “Arranger”. I feel this strength suits the position of VP of Accommodations well. I am organized and communicate well, which will be assets to this position. I am familiar with coordinating events, both large and small, and feel my experience can be helpful as we move forward.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

My first priority would be examining our working relationship and arrangements with the Philbrook Museum. Our catering options have changed this year. I would like to address our needs and desires with the Philbrook to see what they can and cannot do for us in the future. Additionally, I would like to explore additional locations and catering options for our monthly meetings and any other events we might like to host in 2015. My second priority is to expedite the registration/check-in process so it can be fast and simple for all attendees as we enter our meeting each month.


VP of SIGS / GIGS Candidate - Mary Parker


My name is Mary Parker; I’m currently the Compliance Training Specialist for Cherokee Nation Entertainment. I have worked for Cherokee Nation for almost 3 years and 2 years of that has been in a position related to training. I have 2 boys and currently live in Owasso, Ok. I have been a member of ATD for 2 years. I have accepted the nomination for the VP of Special Interest Groups because I love ATD, and the fellowship among other trainers. I’m looking forward to learning the exact duties of the position. I love a challenge and I’m eager to learn. I believe those are some of the same assets that will aid me in the position. I hope to improve ATD through my role if selected for the VP of SIG’s by being an asset wherever needed throughout the chapter.


At-Large Director Candidate - Chrissy Medeck
1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

Chrissy Medeck has 10 years of Talent Development experience focused on identifying, engaging, educating, and retaining key talent. Skilled in creating performance and talent strategies, Mrs. Medeck has created and executed five formal training programs focused on leadership development, performance management, career progression, employee engagement and mentorship.

Chrissy Medeck has 5 years’ experience as a College Instructor, where she did extensive research in adult learning and teaching methods, and specialized in course curriculum and design for Business and Career courses.

Chrissy Medeck holds a Master of Business Administration, and Bachelors in Journalism and Public Relations, and is a certified Executive Leadership Coach through the NeuroLeadership Group. She also holds certifications in Crucial Conversations, Crucial Accountability, Emergenetics, Gallup Employee Engagement, Change Management, and Pro-Edge Presentations Skills.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

To play a larger role in the Talent Development Community in Tulsa and to collaborate with other professionals to share ideas, impact change, and invest our community growth. The At Large Director role gives me the opportunity to be a part of many projects and build relationships with people while learning more about where I can hone my skills within the ATD community.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

The two skills I would focus on within the role of At Large Director would be my relationship building and public speaking skills. Relationship building for me is about building a foundation of trust with individuals. As a certified coach, my role is to build a trusting relationships to help others improve their own lives through improved thinking. My public speaking skills come from years in the classroom and facilitating learning within organizations to large and small audiences. Public speaking to me is about impact and change, and crafting the message to cause the listener to act, and to do something that impacts themselves, their organization, or their community.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

My top priority would be to learn as much as I can about the ATD Tulsa Chapter, determine where I can make the most impact, and encourage others to join and make an impact as well.


At-Large Director Candidate - Linda Jenkins


1. Please provide the membership with a brief biographical statement or summary of your professional experience in the Training and Development community.

Linda Jenkins is a nonprofit governance and leadership consultant with over 28 years of professional experience. She has owned her own company - Jenkins Consulting Group (JCG) - for seven years. JCG helps organizations achieve high impact results through strategic planning, board development, organizational assessment, customized on-site training, and meeting and retreat facilitation. Through JCG, Linda has successfully completed over 32 projects for 21 organizations in Oklahoma and Texas. Her successful projects include leadership development classes for Tulsa Health Department, strategic planning for Tulsa School of Arts & Sciences, retreats for YWCA Tulsa, and lectures for the University of Oklahoma. She has enjoyed presenting teambuilding workshops for many organizations including NALS (the Association for Legal Professionals), the University of Tulsa, Oral Roberts University, and ATD Tulsa.
Before establishing JCG in 2007, Linda honed her professional skills through positions with the City of Long Beach, the City of Tulsa and the Tulsa Area United Way. She is a member of BoardSource and has been a BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer® (CGT) since 2012. As a CGT, she offers governance training using BoardSource-approved curriculum in the following areas: roles and responsibilities of nonprofit boards, board-staff partnership, board structure, board’s role in fundraising, the board-building cycle, and board performance assessment. Linda holds degrees from Princeton University and the University of Texas at Austin.

Linda has been a member of ATD Tulsa since 2011 and she has been serving on the Program Committee this year. She kicked off 2014 by facilitating the January Program – An Essential Collaboration Tool in Your Team Toolbox – Ground Rules. She crafted a new, highly interactive workshop for the September Program – Perfect Fit: The Attributes of an Effective Icebreaker.
When she’s not working, she sharpens her understanding of team dynamics and effective coaching by watching women’s collegiate and professional basketball games.

2. Why do you want to serve in the position for which you have been nominated?

I’m grateful for the knowledge I’ve acquired as an ATD Tulsa member and program presenter in the last four years. Now, I’d like to be formally engaged in supporting and leading it as an at-large board member.

3. What are the greatest strengths/areas of expertise you will bring to the position for which you have been nominated?

One of my strongest areas of professional expertise is best practices for governance and leadership of nonprofit organizations. I have expertise in creating and administering board assessments; then using the assessment results to help boards craft and implement strategies to strengthen their governance practices. Also, I work one-on-one with executives and board members to help them strengthen their performance. As an at-large member of the board, I will be happy to work with my fellow board members to provide any governance training and/or guidance that may be needed or desired.

4. What are your top priorities or objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015?

Here are a few objectives for the ATD Tulsa Chapter in 2015:
  • Ensure monthly programming meets the needs and expectations of members by using online surveys to capture member preferences, ideas and recommendations.
  • Strengthen monthly programming by creating an online program evaluation form, sending it to all participants, compiling the results, and using the results to improve future programs.
  • Strengthen monthly program attendance by giving members 30 to 45 days advance notice of the program topic and presenter.
  • Create and use a standardized presenter information form to acquire information that is needed by all of the members involved in coordinating and marketing the monthly programs.
  • Serve on the committee to coordinate the state-wide conference and work to ensure it is a welcoming skills-based learning experience for all of the participants and presenters.

VP of Marketing – No Nominations

VP of Digital Media – No Nominations



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