Professional Q&A

Professional Q&A: Abby Williams

By Tim Priebe | May 16, 2024

Abby Williams is an entrepreneurship instructor at Francis Tuttle Technology Center, a business owner, and an Oklahoma native. Learn about her lifelong passion for learning, what she thinks makes Edmond great, and how she ended up at Francis Tuttle.

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Professional Q&A: Mike Crandall

By Tim Priebe | April 25, 2024

Meet Mike Crandall, a business leader and Edmond resident who wears multiple hats. At the helm of Sandler Custom Growth Solutions, Mike dedicates his expertise to coaching, consulting, and training in leadership, management, and sales development. In addition to steering his own organization, he also plays a pivotal role in nurturing sales professionals as the founder and current board president of the Oklahoma Professional Sales Association. Having known and worked with Mike for well over a decade, it’s my honor to dive into Mike’s career with him.

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Professional Q&A: Joan Curtis

By Tim Priebe | January 23, 2024

Meet Joan Curtis, principal owner of MVP Insurance. With her focus on relationships and networking, she has made friends and clients all over the state. With her exciting career as an entrepreneur in many different industries, Joan has made a difference for many people and businesses. Read on to hear more about Joan’s passion for protecting people.

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Professional Q&A: Paula Buford

By Tim Priebe | December 19, 2023

Paula Buford is the inside sales manager at Land Enterprises Roofing as the inside sales manager. She’s also an ambassador for the Edmond Chamber. She works tirelessly to ensure customers get everything they are entitled to from their insurance. Read on to learn about her unique journey.

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Professional Q&A: Reagan Hamlin

By Tim Priebe | November 16, 2023

Reagan Hamlin has spent the last 20 years working in the Edmond area. As the Executive Director of Free to Live Animal Sanctuary, Reagan takes her passion for animals to new heights and connects pets to their perfect forever families.

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Professional Q&A: Ashley Spence

By Tim Priebe | October 12, 2023

Ashley Spence, the Vice President at LilyPad, the provider of all-in-one childcare management software, shares her story and how it intersects with Edmond. From her early days as the Easter Bunny at Quail Springs Mall to a pivotal role at LilyPad, her journey reflects a blend of professional evolution and deep-rooted community ties. Discover Ashley’s unique trajectory, her love for Edmond’s communal spirit, and insightful tips for fellow professionals.

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Professional Q&A: Angie Clemens Byers

By Tim Priebe | September 12, 2023

Meet Angie Clemens Byers, the Market Outreach and Lending Officer at First United Bank in Edmond. A true Edmond enthusiast, Angie has called this vibrant community home for years. With a passion for local businesses and a love for the outdoors, she’s a genuine advocate for the town.

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Professional Q&A: Doyce Crandall

By Tim Priebe | August 15, 2023

Doyce Crandall owns Focused School Photography and does business across Oklahoma and the Midwest but calls Edmond her home. Despite living in several places over the years, she settled down in Edmond and owns a business doing what she loves.

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Professional Q&A: Alisha Allen-Gardner

By Tim Priebe | July 11, 2023

Meet Alisha Allen Gardner, an accomplished CEO, co-owner of Easy Time Clock and LilyPad, and a friend of mine for several years now. With her remarkable career trajectory and a genuine passion for helping others, Alisha has made waves in the business landscape.

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Professional Q&A: Kelly Vaughn

By Tim Priebe | June 13, 2023

Kelly Vaughn, the esteemed Director of Facilities Administration at the University of Central Oklahoma, is not only dedicated to ensuring a top-notch educational environment but also deeply committed to making a positive impact on the Edmond community

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