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OKC Chapter Presents: "Unity in the Community" - Panel (March 13)
Petroleum Club Event Center (Formerly Jim Thorpe Event Center)
4040 N. Lincoln Boulevard
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
United States

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Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM CST
Category: OKC Chapter Events

 Unity in the Community

Panel presentation to inspire and equip us to overcome ethnic, political and social divisiveness permeating our society's dialogue. Focus will be on promoting collaboration in ethical decision-making.

Recommended for 1 CPE in Behavioral Ethics at the basic level. 

Program is recommended for 1 CPE in Behavior Ethics, with emphasis on personal integrity involving traits such as humility, honesty, determination and cultivation of wisdom. It is suitable at the basic level for accountants, professionals and leaders who are responsible for reinforcing ethical behavior in their organizations or clients served. OK Ethics makes no guarantees as it is up to the individual practitioner to determine relevance to their specific area of practice.



Victor Flores


Oklahoma Tribal Finance Consortium

Bob Funk Jr.



OKC Energy

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Brigadier General Cynthia K. Tinkham

Oklahoma National Guard

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Sandra Quince

Senior Vice President

Global Diversity & Inclusion Council (GDIC)
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Dr. Quentin Sanders

Equity and Diversity Specialist

Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology (ODCTE) 


Nancy Anderson 

Vice President of Aircraft Modernization and Modification (AMM)



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Victor Flores serves as President of the Oklahoma Tribal Finance Consortium. He is also with the Absentee Shawnee Tribe and works as the Chief of Staff and CFO. He is an adjunct professor for OSU Tribal Finance and Accounting program and adjunct professor for master level Finance with Southern Nazarene University. Has 22 years of experience in corporate finance and 3 years’ experience in tribal finance. He was also recently appointed to serve on Governor Stitt’s Committee focused on policy for Economic Development Partnerships with Native American Tribes.
Bob Funk Jr. is owner of Prodigal. In addition to co-owning and operating OKC Energy FC with Tim McLaughlin, Prodigal co-promotes PBR (Professional Bull Riders) events in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, operates the Bricktown 4th Fest in downtown Oklahoma City and OKC’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade and oversees the Prodigal Sports Group, which represents 15 of the best rodeo and bull riding athletes in the world as well as baseball athletes. OKC Energy FC plays in the USL. USL is the strongest, best operated and most experienced North American men’s professional soccer league below MLS, both on and off the field. Funk has worked on a variety of projects in the sports and entertainment world following his graduation from Oklahoma Baptist University in 1998. After working as chief operations officer for Express Sports, Funk worked independently with the United States Tennis Association in producing Davis Cup and Fed Cup matches across the United States. He joined the RCA Group in 2003 as the tour manager of a 30-city, five-country street basketball tour called the AND 1 Mix Tape Tour. His responsibilities included planning and implementation of the tour, staffing, travel coordination, corporate branding and on-site marketing. During his term with RCA, he also produced other events such as concerts, team sports and other specialty events. Following the conclusion of the street basketball tour, he served the RCA Group as production manager for standalone events such as Winter and Summer X Games and the Moto X Championships. His main duties included working with ESPN’s event marketing department on all aspects of sponsor signage fulfillment, analyzing day-to-day signage views as well as personnel management for the event. Funk and his family are actively involved in community efforts within the state of Oklahoma. Bob has participated in events with: Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Youth Hockey Association, Sexual Assault Awareness month with the Oklahoma Attorney General’s office and PALS (Police Athletic League Sports). On April 8, 2013, he received the Visionary Voice Award from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. This award highlights individuals throughout the country whose prevention work is making and impact in their communities. Nominees are selected by state, tribal or territorial anti-sexual violence coalitions. Bob Funk Jr. is one of 26 leaders from across the country to earn the 2013 Visionary Voice Award. Individually, he is on the board at Express Employment Professionals, is Vice-President of Corporate Development, and a managing partner of the Express Employment Professionals local franchise group. Bob is Past-Chairman of the Greater Oklahoma Sports Consortium, a member of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, a Committee member on Forward OKC V, is a graduate of the CommStar Program at Tinker AFB, graduate of the Citizen Police Academy, supporter of The First Tee program, and is an active member of Downtown Rotary Club 29. When not at work, Bob enjoys spending time with his wife Kim Garrett and their two children. Kim is the CEO of Palomar: Oklahoma City’s Family Justice Center. 

Brigadier General Cynthia K. Tinkham is the Assistant Adjutant General – Army, Oklahoma National Guard. She advises and assists The Adjutant General on the preparation of Oklahoma Army National Guard units for Homeland Defense and mobilization. She has oversight of training, administration, logistics and personnel actions. She directs the immediate staff and provides guidance to the staff and subordinate commanders. General Tinkham also facilitates command staff decisions pertaining to force development, planning, strength maintenance and task force operations. She advises The Adjutant General concerning any issue or matter that affects the Oklahoma Army National Guard, its citizen Soldiers and their families. General Tinkham commissioned in 1991 through the Oklahoma Military Department Officer Candidate School, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In previous assignments, she has served 189th Regiment (RTI) Commander, Director of Manpower & Personnel/J1, and Director of Personnel/G1. General Tinkham deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 as Executive Officer of the 1-45th Agriculture Business Development Team. Prior to receiving her commission, General Tinkham served for 2 years as an Enlisted Soldier in the Oklahoma Army National Guard.


Sandra Quince is a Diversity & Inclusion Executive responsible for the Global Diversity & Inclusion Council (GDIC) as well as the Global Diversity and Inclusion Awards. In this role, she supports the CEO and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer in delivering the global D&I strategy for the company. Sandra's work with the GDIC is focused on growing the diverse representation of the workforce, promoting an inclusive workplace and being a place where all employees have the opportunity to achieve their goals and meet the needs of customers Sandra is also the Market President Human Resources Leader for Oklahoma, responsible for driving engagement and retention efforts as well as performance planning for the Tulsa and Oklahoma City markets. Formerly, Sandra was in leadership development supporting the Consumer and Small Business Banking. In this role, Sandra was responsible for talent management as well as a Client Manager for the Consumer Bank.

 Quentin J. Sanders joined the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education (ODCTE) in October 2016 as an Equity/Diversity Specialist. He received a Ph.D. in Cell Biology & Genetics from Cornell University and a J.D. from the Northwestern University School of Law. Dr. Sanders has prior biology teaching experience at both the secondary and higher education levels. In July 2018, Dr. Sanders was designated as an ODCTE coordinator for Carl Perkins non-traditional programs. As of September 2018, he is one of 12 national members on AdvanceCTE's Equity Kitchen Cabinet Panel. Immediately prior to joining ODCTE, he was an attorney for the Social Security Administration (SSA) in Dallas, TX and Oklahoma City, OK. Dr. Sanders represented SSA in federal court in the areas of employment discrimination law and disability law during his tenure in Dallas. He served as an attorney manager in Oklahoma City.

Pryor has more than 40 years of experience in television, radio, public relations, law and government service. He earned a B.A. in Journalism and a J.D. from the University of Oklahoma.
In 2015, he was chosen a Distinguished Alumnus of the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication at OU. Pryor was inducted into the Oklahoma Journalism Hall of Fame in 2009.

Nancy Anderson is vice president of Aircraft Modernization and Modification (AMM), a portfolio of aircraft in the Strike, Surveillance and Mobility division of Defense, Space and Security (BDS). Anderson is responsible for technical, quality, cost and schedule performance of some of Boeing’s most complex military derivative, modification and upgrade programs.  Nancy joined Boeing in 1997 and has held a series of positions in program management and engineering leadership including Defense & Government Services chief engineer; B-1 mission systems IPT leader; Aircraft Sustainment and Modernization chief engineer; and Engineering & Logistics Services (E&LS) senior program manager. A key accomplishment was the establishment of Boeing International Support Systems and management of functional operations for the Boeing Oklahoma City site as Deputy Director. Before joining Boeing, Nancy founded and operated an Internet consulting company in Centerville, Ohio, that provided web services and computer networking..

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