Articles by Tina Evans

About Tina Evans

Tina Evans is a leadership coach and consultant. As a certified 5 Voices and 100X Leader guide, Tina is passionate about helping leaders build organizations where everyone is empowered to bring their best and increase overall performance. She is a former senior leader for both local and statewide organizations and owns Tina Evans Coaching, LLC. She holds degrees in psychology and public relations and is certified in nonprofit management.

Alliant HR Outsourcing helps businesses

By Tina Evans | September 21, 2021

Caleb Martin, founder and CEO of Alliant HR Outsourcing, created his business out of the desire to be more involved with his clients. He worked for a national payroll company for four years in sales before deciding to start his own service-based company just before Thanksgiving in 2012.

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Traveling toward experience and success

By Tina Evans | August 17, 2021

When you are ready to plan a vacation, having an expert who knows about your desired destination and how to find the best deals will help you have a great experience.

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Anytime Fitness gives 24-hour fitness access

By Tina Evans | July 20, 2021

Most business owners wear many different hats, especially when first starting. Owner and operator of Anytime Fitness, Jason Mack has worn a lot of hats, but in a different way.

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EPS welcomes new superintendent

By Tina Evans | May 4, 2021

Dr. Angela Grunewald is a teacher by nature and at heart. She always knew she wanted to teach children, but she never dreamed about being a school superintendent. Even when her late husband Jeff Mills, the superintendent of El Reno Public Schools at the time, suggested she complete her administrative degree in case she ever…

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Farmers Market open indoors, offers online ordering

By Tina Evans | January 5, 2021

Where can you find the absolute freshest produce short of growing it in your own backyard? At the Edmond Winter Farmers Market every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon indoors at the Edmond Senior Center in Mitch Park. Shoppers can purchase food that was picked the night before or even at 4 a.m. that morning…

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Keeping it in the family

By Tina Evans | December 1, 2020

A common purpose for parents is to leave a legacy for their children. That may come in various ways, such as money, life principles, or a business. Edmond is full of family-owned businesses and some of them have a rich history from being handed down from the generation before. Conkin Financial Group Jim Conkin opened Conkin…

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Co-working spaces offer unique options

By Tina Evans | October 6, 2020

Creating a sense of community for freelancers, solo-preneurs, or start-up businesses is nearly impossible when working from your table or local coffee shop. Co-working spaces are filling that need. Edmond’s five unique co-working spaces are creating both community and networking opportunities for business owners and remote employees.  The Collective was Oklahoma City’s first female-only working…

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