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OK Ethics Consortium Board of Directors

The OK Ethics Consortium Board of Directors operates and oversees the entire statewide OK Ethics operations, acting as the parent organization to local chapters and the OK Ethics Foundation.  (Click here for a list of Foundation Board members)

 

FOUNDERS CIRCLE 2003

                        TODD LISLE

SHANNON HIEBERT

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TODD LISLE
 Chairman of the Board
Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium


Partner, BKD, LLP
(Oklahoma City)


Phone (405) 842-7977 x42001

TLisle@bkd.com

 

Managing Partner for the Oklahoma offices of BKD, LLP, Todd has been participating as a member of OK Ethics for some time, serving as a presenter for our OK Ethics first CPE program in July, 2004. His accounting firm was named the 2008 Compass Award recipient for the large company category.

 Board Service

August 19, 2008
Todd was invited to serve on the OK Ethics Board for
a one-year term. He is expected to serve on the Board's Conflict of Interest Committee.

June 3, 2009
Todd has been spearheading the Conflict of Interest Committee and was invited to serve another one-year
term on the Board.

July 28, 2010
Invited to serve another one year term as advisor.

June 3, 2011
As part of a reorganization and Bylaws change, Directors’ terms begin in December and extend for a full year.

June 1, 2013
Todd was invited to succeed Garyl Geist as President
for the Board of Directors.

July 23, 2015 
The Board requested a third term as President of the Board.

 May 5, 2016 
The Board requested a fourth term as President of the Board.

SHANNON HIEBERT
Co-President of the Foundation,

Vice President of Mentoring
& Education for the Consortium

Vice President, Human Resources
Enterprise Holdings
(Oklahoma City)

 c/o Enterprise Holdings
1320 East Ninth, Suite 1
Edmond, OK 73034
Phone: (405) 330-9191
shannon.hiebert@erac.com

Shannon is Vice President of Human Resources for Enterprise Holdings and, although she covers several states, is based out of Oklahoma City.

 

Board Service

2003
One of the first three among the six Founding Members, Shannon began serving OK Ethics in October, 2003 when the idea of this grassroots organization was first proposed. She participated in the first strategic planning session and set the direction for the OK Ethics statewide development.

2004
In the early days, there was no formal structure. Everyone wore several hats. When the first Board was formed, Shannon assumed the position as OK Ethics' first Vice President of Membership.

September, 2006
Shannon accepted a two year term as
President, State Council

August 19, 2008
Always willing to serve, Shannon stepped in to serve as Vice President of Membership and assumed a new dimension as our leader of "Fun." As such, she will ensure that the Board and Committee meetings are energizing experiences.

June 3, 2009
Shannon was invited to remain on the Board for another term as VP of Membership and Fun. 

July 27, 2010
Shannon was invited to continue in her role as
Vice President of Membership and & Fun. 

June 3, 2011
As part of Board restructuring, Shannon will serve in a dual capacity as Vice President of the Consortium and as Interim President of the OK Ethics Foundation.

July 12, 2012
The Board asked Shannon to remain in her capacity as President of the Foundation. Instead of serving again
as Vice President of Membership, as she has over the
past several years, she was appointed to serve
as Vice President of Mentoring & Education on the Consortium Board.

June 1, 2013
Board requested Shannon to remain in her capacity as Vice President of Mentoring & Education, serving as the key liaison with the Foundation where she serves as President.

July 23, 2015 
The Board requested that Shannon continue to serve
in her current capacity on the Board.

 May 5, 2016 
The Board invited Shannon to continue in her capacity as VP Mentoring & Education. She also serves as Co-President of the Foundation.

SHANNON WARREN
Founder & CEO
Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium

Warren Consulting LLC
(Oklahoma City)


 PO Box 3174
Oklahoma City, OK 73101-3174
Phone (405) 858 2233
okethics@okethics.com

Shannon has 26+ years of experience as a Human Resources leader, working for major hospitality, publishing and energy companies.  

Click HERE for Shannon's Bio

Board Service
Since the group's inception in October 2003, Shannon
served as the Founder/Director on a non-compensated
basis until receiving a contract and retainer in 2011. To ensure continuity, she serves  on both the Consortium
and Foundation Boards. This position serves at the
pleasure of the Board and no term limits
have been established.


In December, 2015, the Board adjusted her
title to Founder/Chief Executive Officer.

  May 5, 2016 
Shannon will continue to serve in her capacity of Founder/CEO of the Consortium.  

 

 

FOUNDERS CIRCLE 2004

 

DAVID MAYFIELD

MYRNA SCHACK LATHAM

LYNDA MOBLEY

DAVID MAYFIELD, CPA
Treasurer

CFO, Tri-State Industrial Group
(Oklahoma City)


(405) 834-5846  
treasurer@okethics.com


David is the chief financial officer for Tri-State Industrial, an infrastructure solutions company based in Oklahoma City. An experienced accountant, David provides professional direction to the treasury function.  A
s the organization has grown, he has upgraded the financial statements, record-keeping functions and developed OK Ethics’ first budget.  He was honored in 2011 for his five years of dedicated service to OK Ethics. 

 

 


Board Service

September, 2006
Invited to serve a one-year term as Treasurer.
He was invited back by the Board to continue his
service and graciously accepted the responsibility
through FY 2007-08.

August 19, 2008
David was nominated and agreed to fill a third term
as Treasurer through 
fiscal year FY 2008-09

June 3, 2009
Invited by the Board to serve a

fourth term as Treasurer

  July 27, 2010
Invited to serve a fifth year as Treasurer.

 July 12, 2012
The Board invited David to serve a seventh term as Treasurer of the State Consortium Board of Directors.

June 1, 2013
The Board invited David to serve an eighth term as
Treasurer for the State Consortium Board of Directors.

July 23, 2015 
The Board requested David to remain for a tenth term
as Treasurer on the Board.

 May 5, 2016 
David will continue to serve as the OK Ethics Treasurer.

*MYRNA SCHACK LATHAM
Founding Member

Attorney, McAfee & Taft
(Oklahoma City)


c/o McAfee Taft
Tenth Floor, Two Leadership Square
211 N. Robinson
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-7103
(405) 235-9621
Fax: (405) 235-0439 
myrna.latham@mcafeetaft.com

A "go to" person in the area of legal ethics, Myrna attended the second meeting ever held in this organization, back in 2003. In fact, she was one of OK Ethics' first presenters and her white paper can be found in the Articles & Press area of our website. (See "The Role of Lawyers in Corporate Responsibility") We are deeply grateful for Myrna's service as she keeps a very busy schedule in her role as attorney/shareholder for one of Oklahoma's most prestigious law firms.

 Board Service

April 2005
Myrna served as a consultant to the organization and
provided advice as the group developed and was

formalized. She was subsequently appointed to
the first formal Consortium Board and has played a
crucial role in establishing both the Consortium and Foundation as non-profit organizations.

Board term limits were not established for this position. Myrna has been invited to serve continuously since
launching the group's initiative and is considered
an honorary member of the Founders Circle.

 July 27, 2010
Invited to continuously serve as General Counsel.

June 3, 2011
Consistent with a Bylaws change, officers terms are now initiated in June. Myrna Latham was invited to serve a
one-year term in accordance with the reorganization.

July 12, 2012
The Board requested that Myrna serve an eighth term as General Counsel for the State Consortium Board of Directors.

June 1, 2013
The Board asked Myrna to serve a ninth term as General Counsel for the State Consortium Board of Directors.

July 23, 2015 
Myrna is no longer serving as general counsel, but was invited to remain on the Board of Directors for an eleventh term.

 

LYNDA MOBLEY
Vice President, Membership

Investment Program
Coordinator
ONE Gas Foundation


c/o P.O. Box 401

Oklahoma City OK 73101-0401
(405) 551-6774
lynda.mobley@onegas.com

Click here for bio


Lynda Mobley is Community Relations Manager for Oklahoma Natural Gas, with responsibilities for Oklahoma City and Western Oklahoma. She is responsible for developing the OK Ethics Executive Pilot Award in 2010 and contributing her talents in the area of public relations.






Board Service

July 28, 2010
Lynda was invited to join the OK Ethics Board as an advisor.

June 3, 2011
As part of a reorganization and Bylaws change, Directors’ terms begin in December and extend for a full year.

 July 12, 2012
The Board invited Lynda to assume the role of
Vice President of Membership.

 June 1, 2013
The Board invited Lynda to continue in her role as
Vice President of Membership.

 July 23, 2015
The Board requested that Lynda continue in her role as
Vice President of Membership.

 May 5, 2016 
The Board requested Lynda continue serving OK Ethics
as the VP of Membership

FOUNDERS CIRCLE 2004

 

 

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LYNN FLINN
Tulsa Chapter Founder


President & Managing Partner,
The Rowland Group
(Tulsa)

c/o The Rowland Group
3851 S. 103 E Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74146
(918) 836-1900 ext. 127
lynn@rowland-group.com

 Lynn is President of a prominent staffing
group in Tulsa that specializes in accounting
and finance placements. Additionally,
she is a franchisee of EWF International and provides peer advisory groups for women executives and women
business owners.

 

Board Service

2004
Long before there was a formal structure, Lynn shared her considerable leadership abilities to launch the OK Ethics initiative. As a founder, she participated in the development of our first website, organizing our first statewide retreat in June, 2004 and helping OK Ethics face the challenges typically encountered by an emerging organization. Since that time, Lynn has served as Founder and President of the Tulsa Chapter since its birth in April 2004. Ever since, she has provided continuity as a voting member of the Board, serving as OK Ethics first President of the State Council over a two-year term.

September 30, 2007
Invited to serve as Advisor for an additional
one-year term.

August 19, 2008
Invited to sere as Advisor for an additional
one-year term.

June 3, 2009
Lynn was asked to serve as Advisor for an
additional one-year term.

August 4, 2010
Invited to serve as Advisor for another one year term. 

 May 5, 2016 
Lynn will continue to serve as the Founder of the Tulsa Chapter of OK Ethics.

TRAVIS JONES
Vice President of
Organizational Spirituality & Fun

Consortium Board

CEO, Career Development Partners
(Tulsa)


(918) 293-0500

travis@cdpartnersinc.com




As a CEO of an internationally-connected organization, Travis brings a broad base of insights and experience to the leadership of OK Ethics.  Travis was nominated to the Board not only because of his wisdom, but also because he has a heart for doing the right thing for our great state!



Board Service

January, 2014
Travis was elected to his first term on
the Consortium Board

July 23, 2015
The Board requested that Travis remain in his
initial capacity on the Board.

 May 5, 2016 
Travis was invited by the Board to
continue serving in his current capacity of
Organizational Spirituality & Fun

 

DANIEL YUNKER
 Vice President, Public Relations
 Consortium Board

Communications Manager, Kimray, Inc.
(Oklahoma City)


(405) 525-6601
dyunker@kimray.com

Click HERE for Daniel's Bio


Daniel Yunker serves as Communications Manager at Kimray, Inc. Yunker and his teams are responsible for the creation and distribution of internal communications and the management of Kimray’s public relations.

 

 

Board Service

December, 2014
Daniel was elected to his first term on
the Consortium Board.


December, 2015
Daniel was appointed to serve in the capacity of Vice President of Public Relations.

  May 5, 2016 
Daniel was invited to continue serving as the
Consortium VP of Public Relations.

 

   

 

GARYL GEIST

BOB BYRNE

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Past President, State Council,
Oklahoma Business
Ethics Consortium & 
Director Emeritus 


Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Dean McGee Eye Institute
 (Oklahoma City)

(405) 271-5214

garyl-geist@dmei.com

Garyl was nominated to the OK Ethics Board because of his loyalty to the organization, belief in our mission and his executive acumen.

 Board Service

April 1, 2008
Invited to serve as an advisor and voting member of the Consortium's Board.

August 19, 2008
Nominated and accepted position as President of
OK Ethics policy-setting statewide Board. Will serve
one year as President, followed by one year
as Past President.

June 3, 2009
Garyl was invited by the Board to serve another
year’s term as President.

July 27, 2010
Invited to serve another one year term as President,
State Board of OK Ethics.

June 3, 2011
Garyl agreed to continue for another one-year
term as President.

June 1, 2013
Garyl resigned as President of the State Board of Directors but agreed to remain on the Board as a Director Emeritus. (Voting not required.)


December 17, 2015
Garyl was re-appointed to the honorary position of
Director Emeritus by a vote of the Board.


BOB BYRNE
Chief Diplomat, Consortium Board Director & Liaison to the OK Ethics Foundation Board (Oklahoma City)

(405) 203- 3052
rjbyrne@yahoo.com

 Bob retired from his role as Ethics Advisor for The Boeing Company in July, 2009.  While employed there, Bob’s company was awarded the 2007 Compass Award in the large company category.

 Board Service

January, 2005
Bob was asked to serve a two year term as
Foundation Board President (Bob was appointed
to the Board when our first Foundation leader, Harry Whitney, resigned to relocate out of the state.)

January 2007
Temporary continuance to serve through fiscal year.

September 6, 2007
Nomination and vote to extend appointment
through January 2008

January 3, 2008
Bob accepted another invitation to serve through the remaining term of the FY 07-08 term.

August 19, 2008
Bob accepts nomination to serve another term
as Foundation President through August 19, 2009.

October 1, 2009
Bob was asked to serve on the Consortium Board
as an advisor on miscellaneous projects and to assist
in Foundation Board matters as needed.

July 27, 2010
Invited to serve another one-year term as an advisor, especially on matters related to the Foundation.

September 2, 2010
Board voted unanimously to appoint Bob to the newly created position of Chief Diplomat, responsible for community relations. A budget was appropriated.

June 3, 2011
Consistent with a Bylaws change, officers terms start in
the month of June. Bob was invited to continue to serve
in his role as Chief Diplomat and was asked to also
serve as Advisor & Liaison to the Foundation Board.

July 12, 2012
The Board invited Bob to serve another term as Chief Diplomat for the State Consortium Board of Directors.

In addition, he will continue in a dual role as a
Director on the Foundation Board.

June 1, 2013
The Board requested Bob continue to serve in his dual
role on the Consortium Board.

July 23, 2015
The Board requested Bob continue to serve in his
dual role on the Consortium Board.

 May 5, 2016 
Bob will continue serving in his dual role
on the Consortium Board.

  SHERRY NELSON
Director
Consortium Board


Director, Ethics and Compliance,
WPX Energy
(Tulsa)

Sherry  Nelson serves as  Director of Ethics and Compliance for WPX Energy in Tulsa, Oklahoma. WPX was honored in 2014 as the OK Ethics Compass Award recipient for the large company category.  Prior to joining WPX,  Ms. Nelson spent 28 years with The Williams Companies, working in a number of capacities including in-house counsel, Director of Business Development for Northwest Central Pipeline Company, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Compliance Officer and Director, Ethics and Compliance. Ms. Nelson has also served on several non-profit boards in the past including Youth Services of Tulsa and Life Senior Services and currently serves on the board of Project Elf and the OK Ethics Consortium. Ms. Nelson received her undergraduate degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University and her law degree from Oklahoma City University.

Board Service

December, 2014
Sherry was elected to her first term on
the Consortium Board.

December 17, 2015
Sherry was invited to serve another year's term
on the Board of Directors.

 

 

 

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OSCAR WOMACK
Director
Consortium Board

CEO, Coherent Contracts, LLC
(Oklahoma City)

(405) 739-6500
oscarwomack@coherentcontracts.com

Oscar Womack, Jr.  is the owner of Coherent Contracts LLC in Oklahoma City.  His company provides a wide range of contract management consulting services and training to companies pursuing and/or performing Federal government contracts.  

Oscar is recognized as a Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM), a Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) and a Certified Management Consultant (CMC).  He is a retired Lieutenant Colonel from the U. S. Air Force where he focused on systems acquisition management.  

He holds a bachelor's degree from Hobart College in Geneva, New York and an MBA from the George Washington University in Washington DC.  A Fellow of the National Contract Management Association, he has served as an examiner for the Oklahoma Quality Award Foundation and a judge for the Oklahoma Governor's Cup Collegiate Business Plan Competition.

Board Service

December, 2014
Oscar was elected to his first term on
the Consortium Board.

December, 2015
Oscar agreed to reappointment on the Board and was re-elected to serve another year's term.

STEPHANIE C. CIPOLLA
Director
Consortium Board

Vice President, Human Resources
The Williams Companies
(Tulsa)

One Williams Center
PO Box 2400, MD: 42-7,
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74172
Phone: (918) 573-7426
Stephanie.cipolla@williams.com

Vice President since 2008, Stephanie currently leads the Human Resources function, responsible for strategy, compensation, benefits, leadership development, staffing, analytics, HRIS, training and employee relations. She has been employed with Williams since 1991. Outside of Williams, Stephanie serves as President of the Board of Directors of Jenks Public Schools Foundation. She is a member of the Oklahoma Executive Human Resource Legislative Forum, is a past appointee to the Oklahoma Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development and has served on many other outside non-profit Boards.

Stephanie is a graduate of Oklahoma State University earning degrees in Economics (BA) and Accounting (BS).

Board Service

August 27, 2015
The Board unanimously voted to invite Stephanie to join the team as a Director.

December 17, 2015
To be consistent with OK Ethics election cycles, Stephanie was re-elected  to a full year's term.

 

 

 

 

 

FOUNDERS CIRCLE 2003


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FOUNDERS CIRCLE 2003

Valerie Fried

Rob Martinek

JANICE DOBBS

 VALERIE FRIED
Founding Member & Director Emeritus

Executive Vice President,
Capitol Abstract & Title Co.
(A division of Fidelity National Financial, Inc.)

(Oklahoma City)

 6601 N Broadway Extension
Oklahoma City, OK 73116
Phone: (405) 810-2457
valerief@ctt.com

Board Service: 

October, 2003
Valerie is a Founding member of OK Ethics, one of the first three members to launch this organization.

March, 2006
Valerie served as Chair of the Public Relations Committee for two years, before being appointed to the Consortium Board as Vice President of Public Relations. Under her direction, OK Ethics developed new marketing materials and three logos to match its evolution.

August 19, 2008
Currently, Valerie is on a leave of absence, but has been invited to remain on the Consortium Board as a voting member and a representative of the Founders Circle, whose job is to ensure continuity of this legacy.

July 28, 2010
Invited to serve another term as advisor.

June 3, 2011
The honorary position of Director Emeritus is bestowed on individuals who have demonstrated loyal service to OK Ethics. In this role, Valerie will spearhead special projects as needed.

July 12, 2012
Valerie was asked to move from her (non-voting) position as Director Emeritus to serve as (voting member) Vice President of Fun and Spirituality.  As such, she will help maintain a consistent focus on the organization’s Mission, Vision and Guiding Principles.

June 1, 2013
The Board asked Valerie to continue in her role as Vice President of Fun and Spirituality.

December 17, 2015
Valerie was re-elected to serve another year's term as Director Emeritus.

 

 

 

 

ROB MARTINEK
 
Director Emeritus

Former Vice President of Risk Management, Legal and International Treasury Services

The Bama Companies, Inc.
(Tulsa)

 c/o The Bama Companies

2727 East 11th Street
Tulsa, OK 74104
Phone: (918) 732-2034
rmartine@bama.com

In addition to his role at Bama and in OK Ethics, Rob is a certified State of Oklahoma mediator and the founder of a divorce mediation ministry.  He is also the owner and president of a Tulsa-based sheet metal company.

Board Service

September, 2005
Rob accepted invitation to serve as Secretary to the Board of Directors. Rob was invited to remain in this capacity through the FY 2007-08.

  August 19, 2008
Rob was asked to accept a role as Vice President of Risk Management (handling insurance coverage for OK Ethics) and to spearhead the newly created "Organizational Spirituality" position. In this capacity, he will help us remain true to our Guiding Principles and maintain a culture true to our values of integrity. Rob is expected to remain in this position through FY 2008-09.

June 3, 2009
Rob was invited to serve again in the capacity of Vice President of Risk Management and Organizational Spirituality.

July 28, 2010
Invited to serve another one year term as Vice President of Risk Management and Organizational Spirituality.

July 12, 2012
The Board invited Rob to serve a fifth term as Risk Manager of the State Consortium Board of Directors. 

June 1, 2013
The Board invited Rob to serve a sixth term as Vice President of Risk Management for the State Consortium Board of Directors.

July 23, 2015
Rob served faithfully in his role until new demands required him to relinquish  his position to become a Director Emeritus.

December 17, 2015
Rob was re-appointed to the honorary position of Director Emeritus by a vote of the Board.

 

 

 *JANICE DOBBS
Director Emeritus
(Non-voting member)
Founding Member

Retired Vice President,  Devon Energy
Corporation
(Oklahoma City)

Phone (405) 203-8253
jadobbs@cox.net

  Janice is the former Vice President of Corporate Governance and Corporate Secretary for Devon Energy. As an original member of OK Ethics beginning in December; 2003, Janice has been a guiding light in the development of this organization. Her company lead the way as OK Ethics' first Navigator member when that option was initially offered in 2007. Early on, she joined forces with other
energy companies to offer our first panel presentation in 2004

Board Service

2003
Assuming an active role in the birth of OK Ethics, Janice
has been continuously 
invited back to serve
the organization on an ongoing basis.

Janice was invited to join the Founders Circle as a voting member of the Board on
August 19, 2008. Board term limits have not been established for this position.

July 27, 2010
Janice, who recently retired from Devon Energy, was asked to serve the organization for another year.

June 3, 2011
The honorary position of Director Emeritus is bestowed on individuals who have demonstrated loyal service to OK Ethics.  In this role, Janice is responsible for organizing OK Ethics’ first Executive Advisory Council.

December 17, 2015
Janice was invited to continue her role of Director Emeritus and was re-elected to another year's term.

 

 

 

 

KELLIAN SCHNEIDER

 

 

KELLIAN SCHNEIDER
 Director Emeritus
 
Oklahoma Association of Realtors

Phone: (405) 570-7730
Click here for Email

As owner of this dynamic company, Kellian's area of focus is in branding, design and marketing. She has worked in these areas for over 10 years, founding VISION magazine, and leading exciting creative teams, including LifeChurch.tv.

Kelli also serves as Director of Professional Development & Marketing for the Oklahoma Association of Realtors.

 Board Service

July 19, 2007
Appointed to a one year term as Advisor to the Board. As such she redesigned OK Ethics logo, marketing tools and Compass Award programs.

 August 19, 2008
Kellian was asked to serve as (Acting) Vice President of Public Relations for a one year term.

June 3, 2009
Kellian was invited to remain on the Board for another term as VP of Public Relations.

August 4, 2010
Invited to serve another one year term as Vice President of Public Relations.

June 3, 2011
Consistent with a Bylaws change, officers terms are now initiated in June.  Kellian Schneider was invited to serve a one year term in accordance with the reorganization.

July 12, 2012
The Board invited Kelli to serve a fifth term as
Vice President of Public Relations for the
State Consortium Board of Directors.

June 1, 2013
The Board asked Kelli to serve a sixth term as
Vice President of Public Relations for the
State Consortium Board of Directors.

July 23, 2015
Kelli resigned her position as Vice President of Public Relations and became a Director Emeritus.

December 17, 2015
Kelli accepted the invitation to serve another year as Director Emeritus and was re-elected by the Board.

 

 

 

Rob is the Director of Legal Services for The Bama Companies, Inc., a recipient of the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award. Bama was honored in the large company category by receiving a Compass Award from OK Ethics in 2007.
 
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