Artist: Stormy welcomes you to her gallery. She is a native Tulsan, aka Gail Remington Sears, graduated from Newberry College in Massachusetts with a degree in Interior Design. Even though she has maintained many other professions as a performing artist, actress, model, dancer, skater, and substitute teacher, she has been back in Tulsa, Oklahoma for 8 years, continued her education at the University of Tulsa, fulfilling her true passion as a painter.
Inspired by many, Stormy is expressing her true passion through painting and mixed mediums, using paint colors and different types of textures and materials. Stormy’s paintings come alive, taking on a new meaning or a life of their own.
Do you like art? See what you see in her most recent works of art while exploring her expressionistic images.
Legalis Nutrix - Potsdam, NY
A Certified Legal Nurse Consultant(Registered trademark)offers over 30 legal Nurse Services from chronologies to assistance with depositions. Legalis Nutrix provides quality, objective chart reviews, merit screens, reports, location of testifying witnesses, informative educational services for attorneys and medical professionals and more.
The legal nurse leaves the legal issues up to the attorneys. Every aspect of a medically related case can be enhanced via use of CLNC services right from the start of a complaint. We help our clients achieve better results.
Accountability, responsibility, professionalism guided Legalis Nutrix's founder and President, Teri Ann Coleman,RN,CLNC, through eighteen years as a registered nurse in good standing. These qualities are at the very core of Legalis Nutrix. We are so sure our services are beneficial that we guarantee our work.
Whether on defense, plaintiff, or utilization review, standards of care are evaluated by the legal nurse and an in-depth "translation" of medical information from each case is converted into a well developed history of events and presented in professional reports for our clients. Research is inseperable from consultant case work and our clients become better informed about the subjects they are dealing with. Every client has different needs. Each service is customized to provide exactly what our clients require.
More information is available at http//:www.legalisnutrix.com.
Tulsa County Bar Association - Tulsa, OK
The Tulsa County Bar Association is a valuable resource for both the legal profession as well as for members of the Tulsa community. From continuing legal education and support services, to our lawyer referral services, we're dedicated to helping our members achieve their goals, and to promoting public awareness and keeping the legal system accessible to all.
October 2010 â€“ Present: Keiser University, Jacksonville, Florida
Associate of Arts Degree, Paralegal Studies Program
Leadership and Academic Activities: Phi Theta Kappa - Provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
April 2011 â€“ Present Beacon 400/Morelaw Suites
â€˘ Receptionist for 125 attorneys
Aug. 2010 â€“ Feb. 2011 Legal Assistant, Stefani K. Nolan, P.A
â€˘ Assisted with scheduling meetings with clients
â€˘ Helped with filing pleadings
â€˘ Performed legal research using Westlaw
â€˘ Prepared demand letters
â€˘ Monitored billing and account balances
Sept. 1987 â€“ Aug. 2010: Transportation Broker, L.T.â€™s Brokerage, Inc.
â€˘ Arranged shipments of domestic goods in the contiguous 48 states of the United States as well as Canada.
â€˘ Quality assurance with respect to Department of Transportation requirements
â€˘ Prepared customs-related documents and paperwork when appropriate
â€˘ Familiar with types of coverage available to Transportation Brokers and Freight Forwarders such as broker bonds, broker trust funds, contingent cargo legal liability, contingent auto liability and general liability
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Westlaw
Other Experience & Service
Oct. 2010 â€“ Present: Coordinated legal research activities for Charles J. Quixley, Esq. These activities included, but were not limited to the areas of Family Law, Contract Law and Criminal Law.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - Oklahoma City, OK
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is the world's largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research, education, and patient services. The Society's mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. (Non-Profit Association)
PC Connection, Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a leading direct marketer of business computing solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses, educational and government institutions, and consumers. We offer a broad selection of more than 100,000 brand name products at competitive prices, in conjunction with award-winning service and support that has enabled us to establish a large and loyal customer base.
Smith Atwood Video Services - Portland, ME
Digital Editing, Duplication, Training, Recruitment, Seminars, Non-Profits
Smith Atwood Video Services, Inc. is a full service video production company that specializes in the production of high quality informational programs for corporations, government agencies, non-profits, schools, colleges, and producers. In addition, Smith Atwood does local and national TV news monitoring, commercials, legal depositions, duplications, and media training.
Both of the owners, Pete Smith and Barry Atwood, have been in the broadcast business since the early 70â€™s and have a wide range of experience. After working together for a number of years at the NBC affiliate in Portland, WCSH-TV, we decided to put our talents to work for ourselves. In 1983 Smith Atwood Video was formed and in the Spring of 1986 we went at it full time.
Since then weâ€™ve had a remarkable array of clients.....Senator George Mitchell, CNN, Muskie School of Public Service, many state agencies including the Departments of Transportation, Mental Health, Labor, and Human Services, Maine Medical Center, the Maine Hospital Association, the Education Development Center, PROP (Peopleâ€™s Regional Opportunity Center), Southern Maine Library District, Camp Kieve, Bowdoin College, and many more.
We use high quality broadcast equipment for our productions and we edit using Final Cut Pro. We normally shoot in the Beta-SP format.
One of our clients has called us, â€śThe best value in the market place.â€ť In all humility, we agree! Weâ€™re professional and reliable. And as weâ€™ve seen many other companies come and go, we really do believe we offer a great value. Call us or E-mail us if you have questions about us or if youâ€™d like a quote on a project.
Woodrum Kemendo Tate & Westemeir - Tulsa, OK
We believe in the value of relationships. We view every client relationship like a partnership, and truly believe that our success is a result of your success.
We are committed to providing close, personal attention to our clients. We take pride in giving you the assurance that the personal assistance you receive comes from years of advanced training, technical experience and financial acumen. Our continual investment of time and resources in professional continuing education, state-of-the-art computer technology and extensive business relationships is indicative of our commitment to excellence.
Anatomical Chart Company - Skokie, IL
The World's best source for innovative and educational products on anatomy, medicine, health, nutrition, childbirth and science - related topics.
OSU Medical Center - Tulsa, OK
Emergency Room, Wound Care Clinic, Surgical Services, Food and Nutrition Services, Sleep Lab, Center for Diabetes Education, Radiology Services, OSU Medical Library
Thyme - Tulsa, OK
An American Bistro - Seasonally Inspired Menus from
Professionally Trained and World Traveled Chefs
Featuring Lunch, Dinner, Home Meal Delivery (Elves),
Monthly Art Shows and Wine Education Nights
(Keywords: Restaurant and Cafe
The general purposes of this Association shall be to foster improvement in the ethical and technical standards of practice in the field of advocacy to the end that individual litigants may receive more effective representation and the general public be benefited by more efficient administration of justice consistent with time-tested and traditional principles of litigation.
The specific purposes of this Association are:
(1) To elevate the standards of integrity, honor and courtesy in the legal profession;
(2) To aid in further education and training of trial lawyers; to work for the preservation of our jury system; to improve methods of procedure of our present trial court system; to serve as an informational center; to discuss and study matters of interest to trial lawyers; to advance the skill of its members as trial attorneys; to honor the members of the Association who have the requisite qualifications; to provide a forum for the expression of interests common to trial lawyers and to act as an agency through which trial lawyers in general, and members of the Association in particular, shall have a voice with which to speak concerning matters of common and general interest;
(3) To establish relations and cooperate with other legal organizations and associations for the purposes of promoting the efficient administration of justice and constant improvement of the law;
(4) To cultivate a spirit of loyalty, fellowship, and professionalism among our members; to advance the interests of the members of the Association professionally and to enable trial lawyers as a group to have an active association of standing in the community and nation through which they may learn and be heard.
The mission of Artifacts is to create and manage space where local artists can work, exhibit, and conduct business. Operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, the members of Artifacts, Inc. pursue this mission through development projects, asset management activities, and advisory services which accommodate artists and arts organizations of all disciplines, cultures, and economic circumstances. By creating this space, Artifacts supports the continued professional growth of emerging artists and outstanding educators, and enhances the cultural and economic vitality of the surrounding community.
California State University, Chico - Chico, CA
University of Colorado, Ph.D. in Political Science 1968
University of Minnesota, B.S. in Social Science 1963
Miami University, B.A. in Political Science, 1962
University of Michigan, Visiting Scholar, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research
and the Survey Research Center, 1991.
University of California, Santa Barbara, NEH Institute, Reapportionment: Toward Fair and Effective
Lyndon B. Johnson Faculty Internship, United States House of Representatives, 1974.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, NSF Institute, Mathematical Models in Political
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, NSF Institute, Mathematical Applications in Political
California State University, Chico, 1968- Assistant Professor 1968-71
Associate Professor 1971-76
Junior State Summer Program, Georgetown University, 1986, 87, 89, & 91
Colorado College, 1967-68
Colorado Women's College, 1967
University of Colorado, 1965-67
Jefferson County Public Schools, 1963-65
ROBERT S. ROSS is currently Chair of the Political Science Department, now serving his second term. He has served as Vice-Chair of the department and as the first Associate Dean of the Graduate School.
SERVICES TO THE UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY
Editorial Board, University Journal, 1970-88. (I was the founder of the series-then the University Monograph, as
well as the original editor.)
Trustee, Chico Unified Board of Education, 1973-85. 1 was chosen President four times and vice-president three in
twelve years of service.
State Central Committee, Democratic Party, 1975-81.
Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, CSU Statewide Coordinating Committee. (He was an
original member of the group which brought ICPSR to the CSU and was our campus representative), 1971-75.
District Coordinator for numerous local, several state-wide, and two national political campaigns.
Election analysis on local radio and TV, numerous appearances.
Guest speaker at numerous local clubs and organizations.
American National Government: Institutions, Policy, and Participation 4th ed. (Guilford, Conn.: Dushkin Publishing, 1996) (3rd ed., 1993; 2nd ed., 1991; Post 1988 Election ed., 1989; 1st ed., 1988)
Perspectives on Local Government in California, Editor (Belmont, CA.: Star Publications, 1987).
American National Government: An Introduction to Political Institutions, 3rd ed. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1981). (2nd ed., 1976; Ist ed., 1972)
Public Choice and Public Policy, Editor (Chicago: Markham, 1971).
Introductory Readings in American Government, Co-editor with William C. Mitchell (Chicago: Markham, 1971).
Books under Contract.
Public Policy Formation: Institutions, Issues, and Participants (New York: McGraw-Hill) (manuscript
and outside review completed; revised manuscript in progress; publication due January, 1998).
Legislative Process in Congress (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston) (manuscript completed).
PAPERS PRESENTATIONS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS.
"Jury Selection in High-Profile Cases: The Perverse Effects and Limitations of Voir Dire," A paper presented at the American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Meeting, Norfolk, VA, 1997. (with E. Bronson). Published as Discussion Paper 97-1, College of Behavioral and Social Science, CSU, Chico, 1997.
Electing the President, 1996 distributed with American National Government 4th ed. (Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill, 1997)
Chair of panel on, "Survey Research in High Profile Criminal Cases," American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Meeting, Norfolk, VA, 1997.
"Prejudgment in High-Profile Cases: A Preliminary Analysis of the Relative Importance and Implications of Print Versus Electronic Sources of Information," A paper presented at the American Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, 1996. (with E. Bronson). Published as Discussion Paper 96-1, College of Behavioral and Social Science, CSU, Chico, 1996.
"Testing and Teaching from American National Government," 4th ed. Dushkin, 1996. (3rd ed., 1993; with T. DeLorenzo, et al.; 2nd ed., 1991 and Ist ed., 1988)
"Justice in the Era of the High-Profile Defendant: Will a Change of Venue Help?," A paper presented at the American Political Science Association, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 1991. (with E. Bronson). Nominated for the Pi Sigma Alpha Award for best paper presented at the annual meeting. Published as Discussion Paper 91-4, College of Behavioral and Social Science, CSU, Chico, 1991.
Discussant on panel, "Political Attitudes and Behavior," American Association for Public Opinion Research, Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, 1991.
The 1988 Election added to American National Government (Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing, 1989) Government 1st ed.
Review of William Julius Wilson, "The Truly Disadvantaged: The Inner City, the Underclass, and Public Policy," The American School Board Journal, 175 (July, 1988): 4.
Review of Jonathan Kozol, "Rachel and Her Children: Homeless Families in America," The American School Board Journal, 175 (December, 1988): 12. (With Andrea M. Ross)
"The Local School Board," in David Martin, ed., American School Boards: The Positive Power (Alexandria, VA.: Kellogg Foundation and National School Boards Association, 1987).
"Variation in Organization and its Impact on Local Citizens," in Robert S. Ross, ed., Perspectives on Local Government in California (Belmont, CA: Star, 1987).
Review of John Brademas, "From Washington D.C. to Washington Square," The American School Board Journal, 174 (November, 1987): 7,
Review of Emmette S. Redford and Richard T. McCulley, "White House Operations: The Johnson Presidency," Perspective 16 (January/February, 1987): 2-3. (Feature Review).
Review of Myron Lieberman, "Beyond Public Education," The American School Board Journal, 173 (November, 1986): 8. (An exchange with the author can be found in the May, 1987 issue, p. 7).
Chair of panel, "Rational Choice v. Government Regulations," Western Political Science Association, Annual Meeting, Eugene, OR, 1986.
"In Search of Theory in School Finance Elections: A Critique of Cataldo and Holm," Western Political Quarterly, 38 (Sept., 1985): 502-09.
"Senate Leaders' Voting Under Four Combinations of Senate/Executive Control," A paper presented at the Western Political Science Association, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28-30, 1985 .
"Voting on Taxes for Schools," A paper presented at the Western Political Science Association Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 28-30, 1985.
Chair of panel, "Opinion and Behavior in Subnational Politics," Western Political Science Association, Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, 1985.
Review of Phil Williams, "The Senate and U.S. Troops in Europe," Perspective 14 (September/October, 1985): 120.
Review of Marvin Lazerson et al., "An Education of Value: The Purposes and Practices of Schools," The American School Board Journal, 172 (December, 1985): 19.
Review of G. William Dumhoff, "Who Rules America Now?" Perspective 13 (January/February, 1984): 8.
Review of John H. Moore, ed. "To Promote Prosperity: U.S. Domestic Policy in the Mid 1980's," Perspective 13 (Nov/Dec 1984): 170. Reprinted in Economic Impact, USIA (June, 1985): np.
"Further Observations on the Political Economy of Property Tax Reform," A paper presented at the Public Choice Society, Annual Meeting, Phoenix, March 15-17, 1984.
Roundtable Panel on, "Legislative Leadership," Western Political Science Association, Annual Meeting, Sacramento, 1984.
Review of M. Chester Nolte, "How to Survive as a School Board Member: The Legal Dimension," The American School Board Journal, 171 (December, 1984): 24-25.
"Assessing Rationality in a Local Tax Election," Discussion Paper 84-3, College of Behavioral and Social Science, CSU, Chico, 1984.
"Microcomputer Simulations of Presidential Elections," NEWS for Teachers of Political Science, American Political Science Association, 38 (Summer, 1983): 20.
Government and Politics in Butte County, 2nd ed. (Chico: Department of Political Science, 1983) (1st ed., 1981, Graphic Fox).
"Gaining Advantage from Conflict," A paper presented to the California School Boards Association, Annual Fall Meeting, Redding, 1983.
"The Electoral College and Doctrines of Fair Representation," Discussion Paper 82-8, College of Behavioral and Social Science, CSU, Chico, 1982.
"Our Constant Peril: The Insolence of Office, . The American School Board Journal 169 (Feb., 1982): 37
Roundtable panel on, "Community Support for Schools," California Association of School Business Officers, Annual Meeting, South Lake Tahoe, 1982.
"Help Your Principals do Their Job," California School Boards, 41 (March, 1982): 7-9.
"Evaluating Instructor's Manuals for American Government Texts," NEWS for Teachers of Political Science, American Political Science Association, 36 (Summer, 1981): 18-21.
"Instructor's. Manual for American National Government," Third Edition, Houghton Mifflin, 1981.
"Evaluating Superintendents," California School Boards 39, 4 (June, 1980): 14-16.
"What Local Control?," California Schools Boards 38, 8 (December, 1979): 12-13.
Review of Harmon Zeigler and M. Kent Jennings, "Governing American Schools," The American Political Science Review 71, 4 (December, 1977): 1688-89.
Review of Morris P. Fiorina, "Congress: Keystone of the Washington Establishment," Western Political Quarterly 30, 4 (December, 1977): 688-89.
Review of Dennis W. Brezina and Allen Overmyer, "Congress in Action: The Environmental Education Act," and Eric Redman, "The Dance of Legislation," Western Political Quarterly 28, I (March, 1975): 216-19.
National Science Foundation Panelist, "Instructional Scientific Equipment," Seattle, 1974.
Discussant on a panel, "Promising Approaches to the Study of Policy Formation, "Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Denver, 1974.
Review of Vincent Ostrom, "The Political Theory of a Compound Republic," The American Political Science Review 68, 3 (September, 1974): 1315-16.
Review of Donald Young, "American Roulette: A History of the Vice Presidency" Revised Edition, The American Political Science Review 68, 2 (June, 1974): 796-97.
Review of David J. Vogler, "The Third 1-fouse: Conference Committees the United States Senate," American Journal of Political Science 17, 1 (February, 1973): 209-211.
Review of Roger W. Cobb and Charles D. Elder, "Participation in American Politics: The Dynamics of Agenda Building," Public Choice 14 (Spring, 1973): 157-59.
Review of Randall B. Ripley, "The Politics of Economic and Human Resource Development," The Journal of Politics 35, 1(February, 1973): 25 3.
Review of Louis Fisher, "President and Congress: Power and Policy," Western Political Quarterly 25, 4 (December, 1972): 790-91.
"Introduction: The Case Study," in Robert S. Ross, ed., Public Choice and Public Policy (Chicago: Markham Publishing, 1971).
"Public Choice in American Politics," in Robert S. Ross and William C. Mitchell, eds., Introductory Readings in American Government (Chicago: Markham Publishing, 1971).
"Instructor's Manual for Public Choice in America," by William C. Mitchell (Chicago: Markham Publishing, 1971).
"Instructor's Manual for Political Analysis and Public Policy," by Joyce M. and William C. Mitchell (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1970).
Discussant on a panel, "The Executive in the Policy Process," Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Sacramento, 1970.
National Science Foundation Panelist, "Undergraduate Research Participation," Los Angeles, 1969.
Seminar Participant at a National Conference, "Research Needs in Air Pollution Control," Ft. Collins, CO., 1968.
Discussant on a panel, Symposium, 1968. "Congress and the President," Colorado College
ROBERT S. ROSS has also had occasional pieces appear in The American School Board Journal, California School Boards,
the Chico News and Review, The University Journal, among others, and have reviewed manuscripts for
Houghton-Mifflin, Holt Rinehart and Winston, Markham, Rand McNally, Praeger, Brown and Benchmark,
Wadsworth, Star, Prentice-Hall, and Dushkin Publishers.
ROBERT S. ROSS served two terms as an Associate Editor of the Western Political Quarterly and is presently on the
Editorial Board for Annual Editions in American Government (Dushkin Publishing Group).
Tyco Fire & Security - Tulsa, OK
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Heatherington & Fields, CPA's - Tulsa, OK
Our firm is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
(AICPA) Private Companies Practice Section. Membership in this practice-
monitoring program of the AICPA has several requirements that must be fulfilled
prior to becoming a member. These requirements are designed to provide a
system of quality control among member firms and include requirements such as
mandatory continuing education hours completed on an annual basis by all
professional personnel and a peer review that is conducted at least once every
three years to review the firm’s system of quality control and adherence to the
quality control standards established by the AICPA.
Forensic & Legal RN Services LLC - Shreveport, LA
Legal Nurse Consultant and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Specialties: Med/Surg, Cardiology and Sexual Assault/Domestic Violence. Provide all types of legal nurse consulting services, including educational programs and grant-writing services. Please visit websites: www.gritsrn.com and www.nurseforensics.com.
Sebastian Lantos, LLC - Tulsa, OK
Linguist: We are your one stop consulting/operational organization for
bilingual training and assessment.
Court Certified Spanish Interpreter
MS Occupational and Adult Education.
The company has more than 1000 clients and was established in 1996.
Our network of professionals and in-house experts allow us to deliver in any language, any place you need us, and in any topic.
Any Time! Any Place!
The eLearning Guild - Santa Rosa, CA
The eLearning Guild is a member-driven online information center and Community of Practice where anyone involved in the design, development, and management of web-based educational or instructional content (e-Learning) can identify and access resources needed to ensure that their organizations' projects are successful, engage in a professional peer network, and focus on expanding their own professional skills, knowledge, and expertise.
At PETCO, our vision is to create a fun and exciting shopping experience, online and in stores, for our customers and their pets by offering a complete selection of pet-related products and pet services, including grooming, canine education, vaccination clinics, and photography at competitive prices with superior customer service at convenient locations.
State Bar of Mondana - Helena, MT
The voluntary Montana Bar Association, established on January 8, 1885, had by 1889, the year Montana's first constitution was adopted, a standing committee on legal education and admission to the Bar.
The State Bar of Montana was created by order of the Montana Supreme Court in January, 1974. In it's Order, the Court provided that all persons practicing law in the state were obliged to be members of the State Bar.
NALS, Inc. - Tulsa, OK
It was 1929 in Long Beach, California, and Eula Mae Jett along with several of her colleagues established a group that met and discussed topics affecting their careers as legal secretaries. The focus of these meetings shifted to education and the popularity grew. These meetings continued and the word of their success spread across the country. By 1949 chapters had developed similar groups and the National Association of Legal Secretaries was formed. NALS began to hold meetings not only on the local level but expanded to include state, regional, and even national meetings focusing on the legal services industry. This was the first time anything of this nature would take place.
NALS was formed and began moving ahead with the goal of enhancing the careers of legal secretaries. As the profession evolved so did NALS. The information needed by legal secretaries was changing along with their job descriptions and the information provided by NALS paralleled this shift. Diversity of membership reflected a changing legal services industry.
After several years of discussion on the topic of a name change to better reflect the nature and membership of NALS, it was determined that NALS would no longer be used as an acronym but rather as a name. This was determined because it was evident something needed to change but the rich history could not be abandoned. NALS determined to go with the new name along with the tag line “…the association for legal professionals” in 1999.
Today NALS remains a leader in the legal services industry offering professional development by providing continuing legal education, certifications, information, and training to those choosing the legal services industry as their career. NALS members represent every area of this industry from paralegals and legal assistants to legal administrators and office managers. Because of this diversity and an openness to welcome all members of the industry, NALS offers a broad spectrum of expertise to make the programs offered valuable to all members of the legal services industry. This allows NALS members to learn about other areas of the industry, making career enhancement as well as advancement easily attainable.
The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame - Tulsa, OK
The mission of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame is to inspire creativity and self-expression. To improve the quality of life for all Oklahomans through preservation, education and performance of jazz, our uniquely American art form.
Affordable Bail Bonds - Tulsa, OK
Affordable Bail Bonds and it’s related companies have served the Tulsa Community since 1991. Our Managers makes it their personal commitment to help their clients through the entire process. They know the importance of continuing education for the bondsmen to ensure they keep informed of the latest statutes applying to their industry.
Where the bail bond business is very demanding, the staff at Affordable Bail Bonds takes pride in being Tulsa’s Number One Bail Bond Agency.
Our motto “Service Is Our Business” is not taken lightly, and once you step through the doors at Affordable, we will make every effort to do
what is in your best interest.
One way we are reaching out to the diverse Tulsa Community is by employing bilingual personnel, in an effort to accommodate our non-English speaking customers.
Bail Bonds is where it all started at Affordable, but certainly isn’t the end of our service to our clients and the community. Affordable Process Service is a rapidly growing division of our business. We have four statewide licensed servers to assist you. Since we are open 24 hours a day seven days a week we can serve even the most difficult of cases.
So you can see at Affordable Bail Bonds, we are more than just a
Bail Bond Company,
Tulsa Symphony - Tulsa, OK
The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra employs professional musicians with the focused, collective, and ongoing aim of presenting all kinds of music of the highest quality. The TSO functions throughout the year, and is comprised of self-governing “executive musicians”—individuals who perform masterful music and execute the many decisions involved in sustaining a major orchestra. With a variety of performances and concerts, in-school events, community-engagement programs, classroom lessons, collaborative master classes, and other such appearances, the TSO intends to invigorate and broaden arts education all across the City of Tulsa and, further, the State of Oklahoma. Rebuilding and strengthening the musical arts infrastructure of this city and its environs will remain a key concern and core value of the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra.
Oklahoma Conference for Community and Justice - Tulsa, OK
The Oklahoma Conference for Community and Justice ("OCCJ") offers programs in the area of human relations, focusing on awareness, education, conflict resolution and advocacy.
Pixel Vision Productions LLC - , VA
Pixel Video Productions brings a technical edge to our clients, utilizing high-resolution digital video cameras as our source for video acquisition. The digital process continues through post-production, with our state-of-the-art non-linear editing suite. This produces a clean finished product, ready for broadcast, DVD conversion, or simply as a keepsake for home viewing.
Film & Television Productions, Legal Depositions, Corporate Videos, Educational Videos, Spanish Subtitles, Motion Graphics, Documentaries, duplications and more!
Oklahomans for Equality - Tulsa, OK
Oklahomans for Equality / OkEq (formerly Tulsa Oklahomans for Human Rights / TOHR) was founded in 1980 by a small group of people concerned about human rights and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals.
In the 1980s, OkEq sponsored several high-profile social events for the LGBT and allied community, operated a speakers bureau, launched the first gay pride picnic and sponsored the nationally known "Southwest Invitational" softball tournament. With the advent of HIV/AIDS, OkEq sent medical professionals to health conferences to return and advise the community on the transmission of the virus and other dangers. OkEq then opened Northeast Oklahoma's first anonymous HIV Testing Clinic, becoming a state leader in HIV/AIDS testing and education. In 1998, H.O.P.E. (Health Outreach, Prevention & Education) became a separate non-profit organization. Today, OkEq and H.O.P.E. continue their partnership with health testing.
OkEq opened Oklahoma's first LGBT Community Center in October 1996. The Center quickly became the focal point for the community and subsequently moved to two larger locations over the years. In October 2005, thanks to the success of the Pyramid Project capital campaign, OkEq purchased an 18,000 square-foot facility to house the permanent home for the community. After a year of renovations and the help of 275 volunteers contributing over 7,000 hours of labor, the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center opened on January 23, 2007.
Living Arts of Tulsa - Tulsa, OK
Since 1969, Living Arts of Tulsa has been steadfast in its mission of "presenting and developing contemporary art forms in Tulsa". Through the presentation of creative workshops, performances, exhibitions, films/videos, demonstrations of current art, lectures, related educational activities and research, Living Arts shares its interests with the community.
National Business Institute - Eau Claire, WI
National Business Institute and Institute for Paralegal Education offer the widest variety of continuing education seminars, reference manuals, audio tapes, and cds with easy on-line access. Most of our seminars receive approval for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.
Avansic: E-Discovery & Digital Forensics - Tulsa, OK
Avansic is one of the countryâ€™s leading e-discovery and digital forensics providers, servicing the legal and business communities through electronic discovery, data preservation, expert witness testimony, litigation support, and digital forensics. Drawing on the years of education, research, and experience of our highly skilled professionals, we seek to provide the highest quality ESI processing, e-discovery, and digital forensics services available. We are committed to providing our clients with useful, quality results at a reasonable price.
Avansic strives to advance the fields of e-discovery and digital forensics through invention, innovation and enterprise.
Tulsa Preservation Commission - Tulsa, OK
The Tulsa Preservation Commission administers Historic Preservation Zoning, identifies and nominates properties to the National Register of Historic Places, and produces educational material describing Tulsa historic resources.
Schnake Turnbo Frank, Inc. - Tulsa, OK
Our firmâ€™s business philosophy is based on universally regarded morals and principles. Service is the cornerstone of our credo: Service to our clients, to our community and to one another.
We believe our clients are our lifeblood. They are the reason for our existence and the key to our success, our growth and our future. Client service is our top priority.
We believe our employees are the reason for our success. We believe in celebrating their achievements and rewarding them for high levels of performance.
We thrive on creativity, humility, forward thinking, open mindedness and fresh ideas. We believe in empowerment. We recognize that with empowerment comes responsibility.
We believe in hard work and teamwork. We believe that continual improvement comes from continuous education â€“ about our profession, our community and our world.
The spirit of congeniality reigns at all times. We expect leadership from ourselves and respect for others. We support a work environment that is positive, enjoyable and healthy. We practice good sportsmanship and are respectful of our competition.
We realize that balance is a key component to quality of life. We believe in having fun, and in celebrating the accomplishments of our employees, our clients and our lives. We recognize that a diverse workforce â€“ in ideology, ethnicity, background and beliefs â€“ creates a culture that is invigorating and stimulating.
We believe that listening is an essential trait in practicing public relations and that client counsel should be forthright and untarnished. We believe public relations is a profession with a distinct body of knowledge. We are committed to its advancement and proudly subscribe to the Code of Ethics of the Public Relations Society of America.
These are our beliefs. Our goal is to make life better: For our clients, for our employees and for our communities.
Merrill Lynch Pierce Kenner - Tulsa, OK
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