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Tulsa Chapter Presents: "Too Much of a Good Thing" Panel Oct 24, 2019
Hyatt Regency Tulsa
100 East Second Street
Tulsa, OK 74103
United States
Thursday, October 24, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CDT
Category: Tulsa Chapter Events



Tulsa Chapter Presents 
 "Too Much Of A Good Thing?" -
A Panel Discussion on the Role of Leadership in Promoting
a Culture Where 'Things Get Done' and People Matter.


Thursday, October 24, 2019

11:30 - 1:00

Hyatt Regency Tulsa
100 East Second Street 
Tulsa, OK 74103


**Parking Options - Below are two additional parking options to the garage for the Hyatt Regency!

Lot A - corner of 2nd & Boulder. $4 for 2 hours up to $8 max.

Lot F - corner of 2nd & Cincinnati. $1 per 1/2 hour up to $5 max.

Both lots have pay boxes and accept cash & credit card.



 Consider co-hosting this event or purchasing additional tables.

Member table of 8 - $500.       Non-member table of 8 - $700. 

Contact [email protected] or call (405) 889-0498


Program has not been recommended for CPE credit  
Too Much of a Good Thing - Tulsa Panel

Click below to register by Friday, October 18:



 ($40 Non Pre-paid Members, $50 Non Members) 


Carlos M. Conerly John Federline Marissa Blevins

Patti L. Schmigle

Shae Rozzi


Executive Director of Secondary Education Director, HR Operations and Staffing  Managing Director, Human Resources Evening Anchor
Linde Engineering North America Union Public Schools Williams  ONE Gas, Inc.  FOX23 News 


Carlos M. Conerly serves as President Natural Gas and Refining Division for Linde Engineering North America. Conerly has over 38 years of global energy experience working in the natural gas processing industry. Conerly previously held the position of Vice President of Sales for ISTI Plant Services. Additionally, working for T.H. Russell Company where he worked for over 20 years, he served as Vice President of Operations as well as Vice President of Manufacturing. Conerly also held several management positions working for Hanover Compression Company and Exterran Corporation in USA and in Dubai, UAE.  Conerly currently serves as an officer on the GPSA Midstream Suppliers Association, is on the Board of Directors for the GPSA Midstream Suppliers Association, and Junior Achievement of Oklahoma. Conerly is a long-time resident of Tulsa and studied business management at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, CO.


 John Federline was named Executive Director of Secondary Education in 2018. He graduated from Union High School and obtained a bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Oklahoma State University. He earned his master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Oklahoma State University and he is currently earning his Ed.D. His career in education began at Bixby High School where he spent 12 years as a teacher and a coach. He came to Union as an assistant principal at the Intermediate High School in 2005 and moved to the High School in 2007. In 2011, he was named as the principal of Union’s Ninth Grade Center, a position he held through spring 2018. In his free time, Federline enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, and playing golf.


As the Director of HR Operations and Staffing at Williams, Marissa oversees the work of over 30 employees within HR Information Systems (HRIS), Payroll, the HR Service Center, Employee Relations, HR Policy and Talent Acquisition.

Marissa has two decades of Human Resources experience within three organizations, providing her a wide breadth of knowledge in various areas such as candidate selection, learning and development, employee relations, workforce planning, and executive leadership consulting. Marissa has worked for both privately and publicly held organizations ranging in size from 3,500 employees to over 350,000 employees.

She earned her Master of Business Administration from Clarkson University and her Bachelor of Science from Oklahoma State University. Marissa maintains her SHRM-SCP, is a certified coach, and is accredited in the areas of leadership potential and emotional and social competency. Additionally, Marissa volunteers her time by serving on the board of directors for The Tristesse Grief Center, a nonprofit organization that provides grief counseling services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.




Patti Schmigle is managing director of Human Resources for ONE Gas. As a long-time Tulsa resident, she has a passion to help others figure out what they do best.

With more than 25 years of executive and management experience in a wide range of fields, she credits her leadership success to a constant drive for development and ensuring that her employees are able to love what they do.

Patti spent 22 years at The Williams Companies, Inc. in executive roles including Operations, Engineering and Performance Initiatives, before eventually becoming the CIO of Williams Communications and then President of the Williams Communications Solutions group. She then joined Up With Trees, a non-profit in Tulsa, as the Executive Director, and later as the VP, Operations of a large commercial background screening provider.

In 2009, Patti seized the opportunity to return to OSU as a Career Consultant and spent six years helping others assess their capabilities, investigate career opportunities and develop job search strategies.

She transitioned this expertise into Human Resources as the Director of Organizational Development at ONE Gas, and now continues to create an engaged and successful workforce as the ONE Gas Managing Director of Human Resources, where in her current role, she is responsible for Talent Acquisition, Employee Relations, Labor Relations, HR Business Partnerships, and Organizational Development.

Patti graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and obtained a Master of Business Administration from Rockhurst University in Kansas City. She also holds a certificate for Lean Six Sigma process improvement from Villanova University.

When she’s not working, Patti enjoys DIY projects and traveling with her husband, Rick.


During her more than 20 years of broadcasting, Shae has worked in her home state of Virginia as well as Michigan, North Carolina, and Georgia before arriving in Oklahoma. In the 6 years Shae has been in Tulsa, she and the FOX23 News team have won multiple Emmy awards for their coverage of tornadoes and breaking news events as well as the prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award. 

Shae’s biggest accomplishment came earlier this year when one of her investigative reports led to a change in state law requiring mandatory protective orders at sentencing for sex offenders to help keep victims safe.
Shae is a proud member of the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary and loves giving back to the community by supporting several organizations.
She and her husband, daughter and pug love the laid back lifestyle of Oklahoma and being part of such a giving community.




Have questions or need additional information, contact [email protected]m or  (405) 889-0498.

Click below to register by Friday, October 18:



 ($40 Non Pre-paid Members, $50 Non Members) 


Contact: [email protected]