Speaker Date Topic
Richard Greenly Mar 21, 2019

Richard and his wife Terri are co-owners of Pumps of Oklahoma, a wholesaler distributor and manufacturer of water well drilling, pumping and water treatment equipment.

In 2005, Richard had an opportunity to travel to China and use his corporate expertise to bring clean water to the people of a remote community using a solar pump. This experience gave him a heart for learning more about the world water crisis, and finding how he could be part of the solution.

Richard and Terri founded Water4 in 2008 with the mission of eradicating the world water crisis.

In their work in the developing world, the Greenly’s became aware of the difficulty of taking sophisticated machinery into remote, rural areas to drill one well for a village. They began researching alternate solutions, and after much searching, Richard reached out to an old friend, Steve Stewart, to discuss the possibility of designing something entirely new.

Chief Travis King Mar 28, 2019
Norman Fire Department
Norman Fire Department
Dan Glenn Apr 04, 2019
Vietnam story
Katie Fitzgerald Apr 11, 2019
Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma
Jaci Williams & Wes Hall Apr 18, 2019
Rotary Youth Exchange
Jill Hazeldine & Kyle Hurley Apr 25, 2019
P.E.T.S. Recap
P.E.T.S. Recap

Jill Hazeldine (president-elect) and Kyle Hurley (vice president) attended the President Elect Training Seminar (PETS) in Dallas February 28 - March 3.  Jill will become club president in July of this year, Kyle July of 2020.  They will share what they learned during this very important Rotary training event.

Jeff Puckett May 02, 2019
Opiod Abuse & Investigation
Shon Williams-Jennings May 09, 2019
Adverse Childhood Experiences
Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are stressful or traumatic experiences, including abuse, neglect and a range of household dysfunction such as witnessing domestic violence, or growing up with substance abuse, mental illness, parental discord, or crime in the home. ACEs are strongly related to development and prevalence of a wide range of health problems, including substance abuse, throughout the lifespan. Because ACEs are common and strongly related to a variety of substance abuse and related behavioral health outcomes, prevention of ACES and early identification of those who experience ACEs could prevent a number of negative consequences and have a significant impact on a range of critical health problems. During this presentation we will define ACEs and how ACEs effect you and your community.

A certified prevention specialist, LaShonda Williamson-Jennings is responsible for providing and coordinating the delivery of tailored, state-of-the-science training and technical assistance that optimizes the ability of states, tribes, and communities to achieve substance abuse prevention outcomes.   As co-director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Prevention Technology Transfer Center for region 6 she monitors service delivery among multiple clients and staff, assuring solutions and service quality are of the highest standards.

She has extensive experience managing projects, facilitating face-to-face and online trainings, delivering customized technical assistance, and coaching staff and clients on removing  barriers and optimizing performance.

Ms. Williamson-Jennings holds a Master of Education in adult education and administration from Northwestern Oklahoma State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from University of Oklahoma.  In 2014 she was named the Oklahoma Drug & Alcohol Professional Counselor Association’s Prevention Specialist of the Year. 

Tiffany Wells-Combs May 23, 2019
Mary Abbott House
Leslie Osborn Jun 27, 2019
Commissioner of Labor
Commissioner of Labor

In 2018 Leslie Osborn was elected State Labor Commissioner.  Prior to that she served ten years in the OK House of Representatives for District 47.  During her time there she was the first female to chair the Judiciary committee of the House, and in December of 2016 she was named the first Republican female chairman of the House Appropriations and Budget Committee.  During her tenure she authored landmark workers compensation reform and passed into law the first Pay for Success contract in Oklahoma, which was a public-private partnership with the Department of Corrections and the Kaiser Foundation to move women from incarceration to the Women in Recovery Program.

The Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women recognized Leslie Osborn with the 2019 Kate Barnard Award for her efforts in advocating for women.  The award was established in 1998 to honor elected or appointed public officials who have made a difference in Oklahoma.

Osborn received a B.S. in business administration from Oklahoma State University and resides in Mustang, Oklahoma. Leslie owned and operated her own business for 22 years selling heavy duty truck parts, Osborn Pick-Up Accessories, and is the mother of two children.

Osborn serves on the advisory board of SBDC, the Oklahoma Academy advisory board, and the Canadian Valley Technology Center Foundation Board.  She was in Leadership OK Class 27 and served as the state director of the national group Women in Government.

Kim Henry Sep 05, 2019
Sarkey's Foundation