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EWTG Star July 2018
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President's Corner Making the Most of your EWTG Experience Membership News
Mini-Course Professional Development Luncheon Conference Update
Get Involved! Sponsor Appreciation Events & Announcements
President's Corner

Deborah Shaw-Boatner - pic I hope each of you had a wonderful Independence Day. July continues to be a scorcher, but it is summer in Texas, so our expectations shouldn’t be anything other than hot, hotter, and hottest! While the weather may make us want to enjoy a lazy afternoon, the EWTG Board and Committees aren’t slowing down. They are hard at work planning Membership and Educational Events, Mini-Courses and Professional Development Luncheons and the EWTG Annual Conference to fill out the remainder of 2018. As a member of EWTG we know you rely on, and expect, great speakers and professional development opportunities from EWTG and you will not be disappointed with the upcoming calendar of events. Take a look at what’s on the calendar and sign up for one of these outstanding events today to continue your professional development.

Another way you can expand your skills and experience and supplement your professional development is by serving on an EWTG Committee. While we may be a little over halfway through the year there are still many opportunities to participate on an EWTG Committee. The Conference Committees would be thrilled to have you serve as a volunteer. While serving on a committee you’ll learn a variety of skills including, leadership, team dynamics, communication, organization, project and time management. And while learning these skills, and serving EWTG, you’ll also be expanding your participation in EWTG which enhances your eligibility for an EWTG Scholarship. Visit the Committee Volunteer Page for additional information on EWTG Committees.

EWTG Scholarships are awarded quarterly and the next deadline for submission of third quarter applications is September 30, 2018. During the third quarter, EWTG accepts scholarship applications for the Annual Conference. The Annual Conference will offer thirty-six breakout sessions on a variety of topics as well as outstanding keynote speakers. Don’t miss this opportunity to submit your scholarship application.

I hope you’ll consider your professional development journey by attending an upcoming event, volunteering for an EWTG Committee and applying for an EWTG Scholarship. Our organization is strong and vibrant because of the commitment of its members and your commitment to EWTG provides a foundation for the continuous development of your leadership skills and abilities, even in the hottest days of a hot Texas summer!

I look forward to seeing you soon and stay cool!

Deborah Shaw-Boatner

Deborah Shaw-Boatner
EWTG President, 2018

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bluebonnets - image
Stop and Smell the Bluebonnets

As working women, we all know how fast life can start to pass us by. Often, we awake to a blaring alarm clock mocking us as we stumble out of bed to begin the same routine we did yesterday. As women we have a tendency to bear the weight of the world on our shoulders with a smile, and nary a complaint.

Leadership Woman - banner In Brazos Valley (BV), we’re taking a moment to stop, reflect on a great year and pause to smell the bluebonnets. 2017 was a great year for the Brazos Valley Affiliate. We kicked off last year with not one, but two of our members receiving EWTG scholarships to attend Leadership Texas 2017. Kim Everett and Vita Vaughn traveled Texas together, sharing road trip shenanigans, hotel rooms, and learning so much about not only the amazing cities they were fortunate enough to visit, but also about themselves. When asked why she joined EWTG, Vaughn attributed her draw to the organization to the women within it being strong and willing to support and encourage each other. Her greatest take away from Leadership Texas was, “We over me. That really resonated with me, and I have carried that with me and use it to make decisions. Is this a ‘me’ or a ‘we’?” Alluding to the time spent at Paul Quinn College in South Dallas where their school motto is We/Me. Symbolizing that the wants of a few should never outweigh the needs of the many. As for Everett, what stuck with her was the thought-provoking question posed in the first session, “Find the intersection of your passion and your skillset and work there.” She has used that to guide her choices in spending her time on projects. Pictured: Vita Vaughn (Left) Kim Everett (Right). From Kim, Vita, and all of the Brazos Valley Affiliate, thank you to EWTG for making this possible.

Group photo at Peach Creek Vineyards Mid-way through 2017 in June, the Brazos Valley affiliate was approached by someone who believes in what we are doing but doesn’t fit the normal member profile. We signed our first male member, John Walter from the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service.

Safe Haven - Group Photo Rounding out the year, EWTG Brazos Valley held their annual end of year social and gift bag stuffing event. We gathered at Peach Creek Vineyards in College Station. With good food and great company, we packed over 50 bags of toiletry items that were then delivered to Phoebe’s Home, a local domestic violence safe haven for those who need it. Pictured Left to Right: Vita Vaughn (Secretary) Kim Everett (Membership Coordinator) Alsie Bond (Treasurer) and Brenda Grays (Affiliate Chair)

2018 is off to a great start so far with speakers like Devalle Clay who attended our last lunch and spoke to the group about the human aspect of cybersecurity and how to spot social engineering, as well as ways to protect yourself and your information while on the Internet and various social media platforms. Pictured: Alsie Bond, Affiliate Treasurer (Left) Brenda Grays (Center) Debbie Eller, Affiliate advisor and founding member (Right).

Award to Brenda Grays - Group Photo Brenda Grays, our Affiliate Chair was awarded the “You’re the Tops” award from the Prenatal Clinic in April. She was chosen for her active involvement in the community and her service-oriented heart. Many of her EWTG sisters were there to support her. When reflecting on the day and the emotions that came with it, Grays had this to say, “First of all I was both surprised and delighted to have been chosen as a “You’re the Tops” awardee when Debbie and Alsie presented me with the announcement during our BV EWTG meeting. I was truly grateful to be amongst such classy women who serve in the community.

It’s a blessing and privilege to be recognized in the community where I live and serve, I am humbled.” Pictured: Brenda Grays receiving her “You’re the Tops” award, holding a proclamation from Governor Abbott, for the State of Texas, and Representative Ben Flores and Representative John Raney from Bryan and College Station

Submitted by Kim Everett
EWTG Brazos Valley Affiliate Membership Coordinator, 2018

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Please join us for an EWTG joint outing at Space Center Houston

Space Shuttle - graphic EWTG Austin and affiliates from The Brazos Valley and Houston invite all EWTG members to join us for a group event at Space Center Houston. The event will begin on Saturday, August 11, 2018, at 11:00 am. We will start with lunch at Luby’s Cafeteria (not included in the registration fee). The address is 1600 Nasa Road One, Houston, TX 77058. After lunch, the event will progress to Space Center Houston (across the street from Luby’s) on NASA Road One.

This is an opportunity to view the Mission Mars exhibit. Guests experience a Martian sunset, climb into a simulated Orion capsule and feel the texture of rock cliffs inspired by the red planet. Patrons can also view Independence Plaza, a multi-exhibit complex featuring the historic Boeing 747 shuttle carrier aircraft and the shuttle replica Independence. Finally, guests will have an opportunity to take a tram tour from Space Center Houston over to the NASA facility. Tour Tram includes a choice of mission control used during the moon landing or view astronauts in training and the underwater mock space station training center. There are tons of interactive exhibits and much to see!

The prepaid group rate of $16.50 per person – is based on a 20 person minimum. EWTG members are welcome to register family members as part of this group event and outing. Please note that Space Center charges $6.00 per car for parking. This fee is separate from the entry fee. The registration deadline will be close of business (5:00 pm) on August 2, 2018. For questions about this event, please email

Submitted by Elizabeth Patrolia
EWTG Houston Affiliates Chair, 2018

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Mary Castleberry - pic Mary Castleberry, EWTG member since 1999 and current Program Director, recently retired on May 31, 2018. Mary previously served on the board as Affiliates Director, Vice President, and President. She is retired after 35 years of service to the state of Texas and most recently managed a team of training specialists, certification analysts and logistical support teams at the Department of Family and Protective Services. Her future plans include visiting out-of-town family, taking a cruise, continuing her volunteer efforts as a docent for the Governor’s mansion, working with her sorority (Alpha Kappa Alpha), volunteering with the Links, Incorporated and teaching Sunday School at St. James the Baptist Church. Please join me in thanking Mary for her service to the State of Texas and EWTG, and in congratulating her on her retirement!

Submitted by Deborah Shaw Boatner
EWTG President, 2018

Connect with EWTG Online!

On Facebook, get connected by joining our EWTG Members Group. This group is for all EWTG members statewide — Austin & affiliate chapters — and it's private, so only group members will see what you post there. It's great for posting photos of EWTG events, sharing job postings, or asking questions of fellow EWTG members. Request Access to the group by emailing:

Social Media icons - graphicOn LinkedIn, get connected by joining our group page. As a professional networking site, this is an even better place to share job postings and articles on professional development or women in government. Any member of the group can post, but keep in mind that these posts are public, so please do not post personal information there. Log into your LinkedIn account, type "Executive Women in Texas Government" in the search box (or go to and click "Ask to Join" in the upper right corner.

On Twitter, get connected by following EWTG. This is the easiest one of all! Log into your Twitter account, type "EWTG" in the search box, and click "Follow" on the right under the photo.

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Mini-Course Luncheon - Wednesday, July 11th

Sheila Sturgis Craig - photoBloom Where You are Planted


Sheila Sturgis Craig, MA

Associate Commissioner, Texas Health and Human Services Commission

Career journeys are also an inner journey. These days, we change our job and our life path, and each time we must decide when, where, and how we connect with the world. Despite the best-laid plans, our journeys may take us in directions we never imagined, and we learn a lot about ourselves. Career journeys lead us to our destinies and when we receive “lemons,” along the way or what we perceive to be something we did not plan for, we should learn to make the best lemonade this side of the Mississippi. We should bloom where we are planted, accept our journey, take ownership of where we are, and invest in where we want to be. In doing so, in creating a vision and space for our lives; for who we want to be, how we want to give, and what we to do, with integrity and humility, we can set a course for a life that is beyond our imagination, our hopes, and our dreams.

Sheila Sturgis Craig is the Associate Commissioner for the Office of Minority Health Statistics and Engagement at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission. Sheila has twenty-seven years of experience in the field of Health and Human Services providing service to children, families, and communities through a cross-systems approach. As Associate Commissioner of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) Office of Minority Health Statistics and Engagement formerly known as the Center for Elimination of Disproportionality and Disparities, Sheila heads the Minority Health and a team of regional equity and inclusion staff across the state.

Sheila considers working in partnership with agencies and communities to develop solutions through a shared vision as keys to success. Examining policies through a race equity lens, looking at data by race/ethnicity, and hearing the voices of individuals who experience and are impacted by our programs and services tell a story.

Sheila received a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design and Marketing, and a Master’s degree in Counseling from Xavier University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sheila is involved with various local, state, and national organizations. She currently serves as an Advisory Board member for the Institute for Urban Policy Research & Analysis (IUPRA) at the University of Texas at Austin, a Commissioner on the Supreme Court of Texas Permanent Judicial Commission for Children, Youth, and Families, and as a Board Member for Change1 Mind Change1 Life.

Sheila is currently a member of the Texas Health and Human Service Commission’s Cross Agency Mental Health Liaisons group and the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA). She is also a member of the City of Austin’s Equity Action Team, the American Counseling Association, and the Executive Women in Texas Government. Sheila served on the Planning Committee of the Texas Courts’ Beyond the Bench Summit and was a member of the Texas Health and Human Service Commission’s former Children and Youth Behavioral Subcommittee. She has received numerous honors for her work and dedication to children, families and vulnerable populations.

Submitted by Barbara Chavis
EWTG Mini-Course Director, 2018

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In Case You Missed It; Mini-Course Recaps…

Colette Pierce Burnette - photoStrategic Planning 101:
Do you know how to chart your course?


Liza Willmore

Project Director, Railroad Commission of Texas


Liza Willmore, Project Director at the Railroad Commission of Texas, was the EWTG Mini-Course presenter on June 13, 2018. She is a firm believer in the principles taught by Stephen Covey and demonstrates the ability to identify what it takes to prepare and execute business plans and personal development plans. Liza continuously develops processes to enhance organizational structure and operational improvement. She is result driven, and always has the end in mind. Her June 13th presentation - Strategic Planning 101: "Do you know how to chart your course?" captivated her audience! Her presentation left women with a new perspective on goalkeeping, planning, working in excellence, identifying key elements while planning and to lean on the right wall to obtain a high level of success.

Ms. Willmore is a leader in technology innovation, a strategic planner and visionary. She holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Texas at Austin and a master's degree in technology commercialization from the University of Texas, McCombs School of Business. In addition to many achievements, Liza is the Chair of the State Agency Council Executive Board. In 2006 she was awarded the Outstanding Woman in Texas Government award by the Governor's Commission for Women on her service to improve the lives of other women.

Submitted by Barbara Chavis
EWTG Mini-Course Director, 2018

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Professional Development Luncheon — Wednesday, July 25th

Sally Hernandez - photoA Day in the Life of a Texas Sheriff


Sally Hernandez

Sheriff, Travis County


The July EWTG Monthly Luncheon features the Travis County Sheriff, Sally Hernandez. Sheriff Hernandez will share a day in the life as sheriff and the issues and challenges in leading an important organization.

Elected in November 2016, Sally Hernandez is currently serving her first term as Sheriff of Travis County, Texas. Uniquely qualified for such a challenging leadership role, Hernandez has worked in Law Enforcement for nearly 35 years; 30 of which have been in Travis County.

Hernandez started her career in Law Enforcement in 1981, in Llano, TX as a night dispatcher. In 1988, she moved to Austin and served as a deputy with the Precinct Three Constable’s Office. In 1992, she was hired as a Sergeant Investigator for Travis County District Attorney’s Office. In 2005, Hernandez advanced to Chief of Investigations.

In 2013, Hernandez was elected Travis County Constable Precinct Three. During her tenure as Constable, her office was recognized by numerous law enforcement municipalities in her jurisdiction for outstanding service and partnership.

Hernandez took office January 1, 2017. Currently, she holds an even greater distinction as one of only six women who currently serve as sheriff in the state. She has wasted no time making an impact. Hernandez’s no-nonsense policy on immigration shed light on the issue of ICE Detainer Requests being civil in nature and are lacking in probable cause; it launched a national debate that rumbles on in the court system today. Passionate about the plight of mentally ill persons, she has begun working to alleviate the unfortunate trend in county jails of inmates incarcerated because of crimes committed solely because they suffer from mental illness. Hernandez is also in the initial stages of a new initiative designed to keep kids in school and out of jail.

A worker by nature, Hernandez prefers the demand of day-to-day leadership challenges over the political spotlight. Despite that humility, she continues to be in high demand by media outlets. Her efforts have earned her the 2017 Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund’s Distinguished Excellence in Government Service Award, the Respect for Law Award from the Greater Southwest Optimist Club of Austin, the Community Service Above Self Award from the Rotary Club of Austin and Investigator of the Year from the Texas District and County Attorney’s Association to name a few. She is also a member of many prestigious law enforcement associations including the Sheriff’s Association of Texas, Capital Area Law Enforcement Executive Association, Texas Jail Association, Fraternal Order of Police and FBI-LEEDA.

Submitted by Mary Castleberry
EWTG Program Director, 2018

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EWTG will honor its newest members at the July Professional Development Luncheon, they will receive a $5 discount on their luncheon ticket and will have reserved seats. If you are a new member, please use Luncheon18 when registering for the July Professional Development Luncheon. Thank you all for joining EWTG and welcome!

In Case You Missed It; Luncheon Recaps…

Leading Ladies - group photoLEADING LADIES: IQ, EQ, LQ


Colette Pierce Burnette, Ed.D.

Our May 2018 luncheon speaker was Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, who joined Huston-Tillotson University as its first female President and Chief Executive Officer on July 1, 2015. Dr. Pierce Burnette is an experienced leader in higher education and showed her deep commitment to student success and advocacy for education as the great equalizer. Speaking to EWTG members and guests, Dr. Burnette combined her intelligence quotient (IQ), emotional intelligence (EQ), entrepreneurial spirit, and technical knowledge as she expounded on her upbringing, education, and learning that landed her the top spot at Huston-Tillotson University. Joining us for the luncheon, in support of Dr. Burnette were members of the Austin Chapter of the Links, Incorporated and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.

Rebekah Manley - presentation photoTexas Center for the Book:
the Library of Congress in Your Community


Rebekah Manley
Coordinator, Texas Center for the Book
Texas State Library and Archives

Our professional development speaker for June 2018 was Rebekah Manley, the coordinator for the Texas Center for the Book at the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. She introduced us to the Texas Center for the Book and the ways the center seeks to celebrate the written work and endeavors to increase literacy, reading, and library use statewide.

The center is one of 50 state centers affiliated with the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress and is seeking qualified non-profit organizations that have made an outstanding contribution to increasing literacy in Texas for the 2018 Texas Center for the Book literacy award. The nomination period for the 2018 award is June 1 - September 1, 2018. The link is

Submitted by Mary Castleberry
EWTG Program Director, 2018

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conference update
2018 EWTG Annual Professional Development Conference

It’s Getting Closer to the Time for the 2018 Conference! EWTG is an organization of dynamic leaders representing state agencies, higher education, and other public and private entities. EWTG is dedicated to developing, supporting and promoting professional development and leadership opportunities for our members to assist them in achieving excellence in their fields. Our Professional Development Conference helps us to achieve this. As you already know, the AT&T Hotel and Executive Education and Conference Center in Austin, TX is the host facility for our 2018 EWTG Professional Development Conference. This year’s conference theme is “Leadership @ Work”.

More information and specifics regarding the 2018 Conference and what your 201 Conference Committee Chairs have been working will be available on the website in preparation for November 18th & 19th! The 2018 Annual Conference website will have details about the new Conference Facility, the Network Reception, the Call for Presenters, the Exhibits and the Silent Auction. If you (or someone you know) are interested in Donating, Exhibiting, and/or Presenting at this year’s conference, please let us know. The Conference Committee is still looking for volunteers. Volunteering on any one of the EWTG Committees is rewarding and fulfilling in many ways. Our Conference Chairs work with Committees of volunteers to assist with finding presenters, exhibitors, silent auction items, etc. To volunteer to be on a Conference Committee, please contact me directly at I look forward to you contacting me!

Keep watching the EWTG website at and the monthly EWTG Newsletter. This is where all the details will be published once they are confirmed – including the Key Note Speakers! A successful Conference is the product of many committed and hard-working volunteers. I look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Submitted by Shawana Abrams
EWTG Vice-President & Conference Chair, 2018

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get involved!
Community Service

Ronald McDonald - graphic EWTG’s first Community Service event will be Saturday, August 25 at Ronald McDonald House. We’ll be serving lunch for 15-20 people. Lunch is served at noon. We need preparers, servers and cleanup staff for a total of 15 volunteers. The lunch will be catered, but EWTG will be fixing dessert: fresh, cold watermelon (and/or other delicious August fruit). For Instructions, go to Please call or e-mail Margaret to participate: 512-971-4481 or We need your help!

The Ronald McDonald House is a home-away-from-home that keeps families close to their hospitalized children. The volunteers and donors make Ronald McDonald House possible and give families a place to stay for a small donation of $20 per night. No family, however, is ever turned away if they can’t pay.

Comforts at the Ronald McDonald House

  • Private guest suites with bathrooms that can accommodate up to six people
  • Home-cooked meals provided by volunteers
  • Kitchen and dining area with microwave, refrigerator, and ovens
  • Laundry facilities, play area and playground for children and more…

Date: Saturday, August 25, 2018
Time: 11:00am – 1:00pm
Address: The Ronald McDonald House is located just steps away from Dell Children’s Medical Center at 1315 Barbara Jordan Blvd. Austin, TX 78723

Previously, EWTG has volunteered at Ronald McDonald House by cleaning rooms. Our Board has also used the facility as a meeting room, so we are happy to reciprocate.

P.S. If you can’t help with lunch, here is a link to the House Wish List ( No checks or gift cards through EWTG at this time. Bring items to monthly mini-courses at the Carver Library or monthly lunches at the Austin Women's Club. I will be there or a team representative to collect donations for Ronald McDonald House’s wish list.

Other Community Service events for 2018:

  • Aug-Sept: School supplies and backpacks for the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders. Most needed items are pencils, pens (blue & black), college ruled composition notebooks & notebook paper, graph paper, highlighters, and backpacks. We are challenging each Executive Success Team (EST) to donate at least 1 backpack of supplies.
  • Oct-Nov: Mixed greeting cards for veterans, loose cards & boxes allowed, through the American Red Cross. The Red Cross wants veterans to know they are thought of year round.
  • Nov-Dec: Stuffed animals and toiletries (shampoo & conditioner, body wash, deodorant, etc.) for SAFE Alliance.

Submitted by Margaret Earnest
EWTG Community Service Committee Chair, 2018


Birthday - graphicEWTG Birthday Club?

The EWTG Birthday Club officially kicked off in June! As a member, if you “Opt-In” to be in the Birthday Club, you will receive a $5 discount on the Monthly Professional Development Luncheon registration fees. Also, the member will get a shout-out in the newsletter recognizing her birthday that month.

Opting In…
You must “opt-in” by completing the consent form indicating you wish to participate. The consent form will request the following information: First and last name, email address, & birthday month.

  • Once you complete the form, only your birthday month is added to your membership profile. Only CMP (our management company) essential staff and the EWTG Membership Director will have access to the information.
  • During your birthday month, your name will be included in the Birthday Club in the monthly newsletter. You are also eligible to receive a $5 discount off your Professional Development luncheon registration fees by using the discount code, BIRTHDAY18. NOTE: Only one $5 discount will be granted per month. For example, former EWTG Women of the Year will be recognized in the same month as your birthday. You can only use one $5 discount for that month.
  • Since we do not have professional development luncheons in November or December, those members who have birthdays in those months will be recognized with the October birthdays.

Be on the lookout for an email asking you to “Opt-In” or “Opt-Out” of the birthday club. Please respond to the email so we can recognize you during your birthday month. We look forward to seeing you at the Professional Development luncheon. The speakers have been fabulous this year!

Submitted by Katrina Burch
EWTG Membership Director, 2018

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Sponsor Appreciation

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Events & Announcements

July Birthdays – Wishing you a wonderful day!
Eboni Washington

July 11th, 11:30 a.m. — Mini-course — See details above about this event.

Calendar - graphic July 18th, 5:30 p.m. — EWTG Board Meeting — The Board meeting agenda and a summary of the Board meeting minutes will be posted to the EWTG Web site after the board approves them the following month.

July 25th, 11:30 a.m. — Professional Development Luncheon — See details above about this event.

August 2nd, 5:00 p.m. — Space Center Houston Registration Deadline — See details above about this event.

August 11th, 11:00 a.m. — Space Center Houston — See details above about this event.

August 25th, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. — Ronald McDonald House Community Service — See details above about this event.

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