TASBO + Orange Frog
It has long been believed that success drives happiness, but it turns out it's the other way around. When we embrace a positive mindset, our brains are more engaged, creative, motivated, energetic, resilient, and productive.
Designed for individuals, leaders at any level, and teams the key objectives of the Orange Frog workshop include:
- Begin a personal transformation towards a more positive mindset and productive work life.
- Learn to identify and amplify critical social scripts and connect positive engagement to positive business results.
- Make happiness an integral part of the work environment by embedding specific practices into existing routines.
- Leave with the mindset and skill set to create positive change in yourself and others.
For more information, please contact Megan Sherman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512.628.1282.
Upcoming Orange Frog Workshops
|November 20, 2019||Katy||Heather Meek||Register|
|December 9, 2019||Fort Worth||Kimi Tate, RTSBA||Register|
|January 13, 2020||San Antonio||Phillip Ellison, MBA, RTSBA, CPSM||Register|
|May 6, 2020||Edinburg||Megan Sherman||Register|
Meet the Facilitators
Phillip Ellison, C.P.M., CPSM, RTSBA, is Executive Director of Procurement Services for Spring ISD. Throughout his 25-year career in supply chain management, Phillip has worked in education, healthcare, oil and gas, mergers and acquisitions, engineering and construction, electronics brokering and electronics manufacturing. He serves on the review committee for the Achievement of Excellence in Procurement award with the National Procurement Institute (NPI), has chaired the Award of Merit in Purchasing review committee for TASBO and enjoys teaching management and purchasing related courses at TASBO.
Heather Meek, M.Ed., is principal of Bridge Point Elementary in Eanes ISD. She has previously taught elementary school, special education, and served as a diagnostician. Heather went on to earn her School Administration Certification and become an assistant principal and then principal for Frisco ISD. She attended elementary school in New York, middle school in Texas and High School in New Mexico. Heather attests that growing up in these unique regions of the US provided her with valuable experiences and deepened her appreciation of diverse educational environments.
Stacey Proctor, RTSBA, is the Chief Financial Officer at Robinson ISD. Her two favorite responsibilities in this position are working through the convoluted challenges of forecasting revenue and developing the district’s annual budget. Stacey also oversees payroll, purchasing, and accounts payable operations for the district. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from Baylor University and Master of Science in management from Texas A&M-Commerce, where she graduated with members of the very first TASBO cohort.
Kimi Tate, RTSBA, is retired and a Life Member of TASBO. Throughout her 34 years of school business she has had a multitude of roles, including Executive Director of Procurement, MWBE Services and Graphics; Manager of Business and Operations, and Construction Specialist with service in the areas of transportation/fleet services, maintenance, warehouse and finance. Her passion is to continue to cultivate the environment where all people yearn for the enrichment the learning experience. Tate has been a facilitator for TASBO Certification Courses, workshops and training, and has served as Chairperson of her local affiliate and on the TASBO Purchasing Research Committee.
“I thought Orange Frog would be a great way to expose the Red River TASBO Affiliate to something fun and different. The engaging workshop gave us the desire to spread happiness to the people around us!”