MaidPro Firm Night
Thursday, June 8, 2017
5:30 pm - Check-In/Registration & Icebreaker
6:00 pm - Meeting Begins
Location: Ti Amos South
6024 S Sheridan Rd.
Tulsa, OK 74145
Business or Business Casual
$40 Members and Guests
$30 Sustaining Members
RSVP by noon on Friday, June 2, by clicking the button below.
Please bring checks payable to EWI of Tulsa to the meeting or mail to:
Cimarex Energy Co.
202 South Cheyenne Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74103
EWISP / ASIST Scholarship Banquet
Chapter Meeting Highlights
Left Photo: View from Above - EWI Members and guests enjoy our wonderful dinner.
Right Photo: Crystal Black, Strategic Employee Benefit Services; Tonya Jiménez, Hyatt Regency Tulsa; and Dana Nichols, Cimarex Energy Co.
Left Photo: Margaret Harrison, Tulsa Community College and Susan Lemon, Rib Crib BBQ
Right Photo: Wendy Buxton, Executive, LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions, Inc., shares with us her secrets to success and getting things done.
Top Left Photo - EWISP Winners and Parents with Wendy Buxton, LynnCo Supply Chain Solutions, Inc.
Top Right Photo: Nicki Boone, Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center with ASIST Winners and families.
Bottom Left Photo: Program for the evening.
Bottom Right Photo: The Mac & Cheese bar got the most comments in our survey this month - it was fun and delicious - this is a Fully-loaded Mac & Cheese Martini!
Speaker / Program:
- Wendy stepped in for our chapter and knocked it out of the park. She did a fantastic job!
- Had some excellent ideas.
- Informative, not too long, and pertinent for the evening.
- Wendy did very well on short notice
- Great information.
- I am so glad TCC gives us the opportunity to have videos of the students and adults in transition.
Venue / Catering:
- Hope everyone tried the mac & cheese. Wonderful idea and very good.
- The food was great, the staff and support excellent. I was in the back and they worked the room like bosses. Very professional. The mac and cheese bar was a fun add.
- Nice choice. Loved the mac and cheese bar.
- The food was good, but they forgot my meal and I did not get mine till my table was almost done with their meal.
- The salad and mac & cheese bar were fab!!!!
We have added an icebreaker before each meeting starts to facilitate networking as requested by YOU, our members! Make sure to get to the meeting by 5:30 to participate.
ONE Gas, Inc. (NYSE: OGS) is a natural gas distribution company and the successor to the company founded in 1906 as Oklahoma Natural Gas Company, and became ONEOK, Inc. (NYSE: OKE) in 1980. ONEOK separated its natural gas distribution business in January 2014 to create ONE Gas, Inc., one of the largest publicly traded, 100-percent regulated natural gas utilities in the United States.
ONE Gas provides natural gas distribution services to more than 2 million customers in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. Headquartered in Tulsa, OK, its companies include the largest natural gas distributor in Oklahoma and Kansas, and the third largest in Texas, in terms of customers. ONE Gas serves residential, commercial, industrial, transportation and wholesale customers in all three states.
Representative: Susan Evans
Here’s another edition of the continuing story of EWI of Tulsa. This month we feature Myra Trahern, a woman who has been a member of EWI for 43 years and who also served as our EWI International President in 1997-1998.
1987 Chapter President
The First National Bank & Trust Co. of Tulsa
(currently JPMorgan Chase & Co.)
Member Since 1974
“Tomorrow Depends on Today”
The 1987 Corporate theme of “Tomorrow Depends on Today” was an excellent segway into Tulsa Chapter’s yearlong focus on membership, orientation and retention, programs, and public relations. Ruth Keller of the Flintco Companies installed the 1987 Board at the Top of the First.
Semi-annual orientation programs, small group luncheons hosted by our past presidents, and executive involvement resulted in a net increase of six member firms and an average attendance of 76 percent at chapter monthly meetings.
Two Firm Nights were hosted by charter member firm, The Rooney Company, at Snug Harbor/Southern Hills and Telex at their new Cherokee Facility. Nearly 150 guests toured the Telex high-tech computer operation, watching unmanned trolleys deliver mail and parts as well as robots sorting and storing parts.
Chapter representatives were involved in eight civic projects and several representatives attended the area conference in Atlanta.
Seventeen representatives and three guests attended the annual meeting in Houston where Tulsa was again awarded the coveted Chapter Recognition Award for outstanding membership, programs, and public relations.
Joe Williams, The Williams Companies, presented the Executive of the Year plaque to Clayton Broach of the G. C. Broach Company.
Myra noted, “The year 1987 was a very rewarding year of personal and professional development for me.”