2016 Speakers

Bill Griffiths
Division Chief of Management Services, Montgomery County, MD

Bill Griffiths is the Division Chief of Montgomery County Fleet Management Services in Maryland. Bill has more than 25 years of experience that spans across military, federal, and local government fleets. Bill is nationally recognized for his expertise in fleet analysis, performance management, and maintenance. Bill was recently named the 2015 Public Sector Fleet Manager of the Year by government fleet magazine.
Timothy Keiffer
Warranty Administrator, City of Tulsa
Lisa Dodson
Senior Project Manager, Wichita State University

Lisa Dodson is Senior Project Manager for Wichita State University’s Public Policy and Management Center. Lisa has a background in research, finance and statistics and assisted with the study design, data collection and financial analysis.
Ben Nelson
Interim Fleet Superintendent, City of Wichita

Ben Nelson is the Strategic Services Manager and Interim Fleet Superintendent for Wichita Public Works & Utilities. He is currently on a temporary assignment managing the department’s Fleet Division and was the City’s lead on the fleet management study. Ben joined the City of Wichita in 2008, after working as a management consultant in Kansas City and starting his career with an internship in suburban Chicago.
T.J. Tennent
Engineering Manager, Bridgestone/Firestone

T.J. Tennent is the Engineering Manager for Firestone consumer Products and Bridgestone/Firestone Government Products (local, state, federal and Department of Defense). He was formerly the Project Manager of Bridgestone Motorcycle Racing Program.

T.J. is a member of the Motorcycle Industry Counsel, the State Motorcycle Safety Association and teaches motorcycle safety for the Mid Tenn Motorcycle Safety organization in Nashville, TN. He has also served as Board Chair for the Society of Automotive Engineers and presently serves on the Lipscomb University Engineering Board of Advisors.
Lew Flowers
OTA TMC Chairman
Former Manager, Vehicle Maintenance, U.S. Postal Service

Lew Flowers is President of Flowers Fleet Services.
Lyndy Serpan
Oklahoma Predictive Maintenance Users Group (OPMUG)

Lyndy Serpan has been owner of Pinpoint Predictive Maintenance Service in Edmond OK since 2010. He was an Electronic Technician, a National Support Technician and a Maintenance Engineering Analyst in Headquarters Maintenance Operations at U.S. Postal Service for 29 years. He is a Certified Level II Infrared thermographer, Level II Ultrasound inspector, ISO Cat. II Vibration Analyst, Lean Six-Sigma Green Belt, and Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional (CMRP). He has served on the Board of Directors of Oklahoma Predictive Maintenance Users Group (OPMUG) since 2002.
Randy Powers
PdM Coordinator, BAMA Companies

Randell (Randy) Powers is the PdM Coordinator for BAMA Companies in Tulsa, Ok. After retiring from the U.S. Submarine Service he has worked at BAMA for 21 years. He is a certified Level 2 Vibration Technician, Certified Level 3 Infrared Thermography, Level 2 Used Oil Analyst, Level 1 Airborne Ultrasound, Six-Sigma Green Belt and Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP).
Adriane Jaynes
Energy Programs Coordinator, INCOG

Adriane Jaynes is the Energy Programs Coordinator at INCOG. In this role, she oversees the Tulsa Area Clean Cities Coalition and administers over $2,000,000 in federal funding for alternative fuel and energy efficiency projects across Oklahoma. She has a Master’s Degree in Administration and Community Practice in Social Work from the University of Oklahoma. Prior to her work with INCOG, Adriane worked for several nonprofit organizations, in positions focused on advocacy, grant writing, administration, and communications.
Eric Pollard
Clean Cities Coordinator, ACOG

Prior to joining ACOG in December 2014, Pollard was Co-Coordinator of the Tulsa Clean Cities Coalition. He previously held positions with the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce and the City of Oklahoma City's Planning Department.
As coordinator, Eric assists Oklahoma’s public fleets by providing alternative fuels technical support, access to grant funding, training opportunities, and industry networking.
John Reel
Technical Services Supervisor, City of Tulsa

John Reel has worked for the City of Tulsa for 25 years. The last eight have been spent in the Equipment Management Department. He has served as the Accounting and Payroll Supervisor, and is now the Technical Services Supervisor. John's major role now is maintaining the City of Tulsa’s M5 Fleet Management Software, which manages the entire City of Tulsa fleet. He has served as the OPFMAs unofficial Technical Services “computer guy” since its inception in December 2013. John also maintains OPFMA’s Twitter and Facebook pages.