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Maddy Romoser

Lead Trainer - Tulsa, OK.

I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I would describe my hometown as a big city with a small-town feel. Tulsa has always been my home for my entire life, and it is a great place to raise a family. My dad was the person that influenced me the most growing up. Raising three girls can be challenging and he has always been that individual who puts us before himself and we love him for that. He is the best dad ever. My dad always taught us about specific leadership skills that would be good to know later in life and even required us to read books about those topics in order to receive our first car when we turned 16. Most people would think that is crazy, but I am grateful for those skills I learned from reading in my profession now. He has always been someone that I’ve looked up to and will continue to forever.

 

One thing I would love to accomplish in my lifetime is flipping houses. I love real estate but I would enjoy more of the creative side of designing the houses. I’ve always been super interested in flipping one of those older looking homes that were built in the 1950s that need a little facelift. So, I think that would be a great opportunity for me to someday buy one of those homes and help bring it back to life.

I became interested in this from watching so many home design shows on HGTV. I think this would also be a great hobby that I could get into that could be long term. My dad has always been interested in this so I would love to do this with him.

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I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I would describe my hometown as a big city with a small-town feel. Tulsa has always been my home for my entire life, and it is a great place to raise a family. My dad was the person that influenced me the most growing up. Raising three girls can be challenging and he has always been that individual who puts us before himself and we love him for that. He is the best dad ever. My dad always taught us about specific leadership skills that would be good to know later in life and even required us to read books about those topics in order to receive our first car when we turned 16. Most people would think that is crazy, but I am grateful for those skills I learned from reading in my profession now. He has always been someone that I’ve looked up to and will continue to forever.

One of the greatest lessons I learned from my childhood was to put yourself in uncomfortable situations. You never know what could happen if you continue to keep yourself stuck in your shell.

I went to college at Oklahoma State, go pokes! I received a double major in Marketing and Entrepreneurship with a minor in International Business as well as a Professional Sales Certificate.

At Oklahoma State I was involved in a few clubs/organizations. I was a member of a sorority called Kappa Delta that allowed me to be involved in multiple leadership projects/events. I was part of an organization called Into the Streets where we got to give a day of service back to the city of Stillwater and help families/individuals that needed some assistance with various chores usually done around your house.

Lastly, I got the opportunity to be a Teaching Assistant for three years of college for a course called Interpersonal Skills. This class taught professionalism and different communication skills that are used in the business world.

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When I am not working, I like to spend time with my husband, family, and friends. You can also catch me hanging out with our two rescue pups Blue and Bear. We adopted them through Puppy Haven Rescue here in Tulsa, OK.

I also love to travel and would love to go to as many places as I can throughout my life. My love for traveling started back when I studied abroad in London for a summer and ever since then I have had the biggest itch to travel.

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The last place I volunteered was with my sorority, Kappa Delta, for an organization called Wings of Hope.

Wings of Hope is an organization that helps with crisis and family issues, but also serves as a counseling service/shelter for women and children seeking refuge from domestic violence situations.

In my sorority we got the opportunity to meet many leaders that run the Wings of Hope organization. That is what drew me into my love for helping this great cause, that has also helped so many individuals in the Payne County. We had many different events that we would put on with my sorority in support of Wings of Hope, but my favorite was a weekend long softball tournament that would occur in the spring.

We did a bunch of events leading up to the main event, where we would raise money through food events, T-shirt sales, and signing up softball teams to play in the tournament. The entire weekend was a blast and many Greek life members at OSU came to watch this softball tournament. It was such a great opportunity because we at the end of the tournament we would get to present a check to the directors of Wings of Hope.

Most years, the checks have been over $40,000 so it was great to see that number and just know how much of an impact it’s going to make for that organization. Wings of Hope has been able to help so many individuals that have been affected by domestic violence. I just think that’s such an amazing cause because you just don’t realize how often domestic violence occurs in our world, let alone our own county.

I’m just grateful for the small impact that I got to be a part of in helping that organization continue to prosper and be able to provide resources for those individuals affected move on from those situations.

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Before Inceed, I was still a college student at Oklahoma State. My senior year of college, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do after graduation. I felt my two majors were very broad, and my interest in career paths was all over the place. I was afraid I would choose to work for a company that didn’t seek the same values that I had, so that was a big struggle of mine in the job search.

Inceed is my first job out of college so one of the main things that I was looking for was a great family environment, a place that I had an opportunity to grow, and a place that I could see myself long term. I just loved the people I interviewed with, and I loved how friendly everyone was to each other when I got to tour the office so that was a big plus for me.

Also, I wanted to find a company that would challenge me but would also look as me as an individual and see what all I was worth.

I found all those things with Inceed and I am so grateful that I came across such a great company that cares so much about their employees. I knew Inceed was my “something better” when I witnessed the great teamwork between the employees and knew that this company would help their employees challenge themselves to the best of their ability. I am so glad I chose to work with Inceed.

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