School Nutrition of Oklahoma Special Election: Vice President
First I would like to say thank you for your patience's on the 2019-2020 SNA special election. This election is very important to our association for us to continue to move forward in Oklahoma. Great leadership is a key for our success!
I truly appreciate your involvement in our association,
Nominating Chair
Barbara Peavler

Your vote is important to the future of School Nutrition Association of Oklahoma. The Vice President will serve for one year, then moving on to President-Elect for one year then President for the third year.

Read about the candidates and cast your ballot. Voting will close on September 13, 2019.

Read information about each candidate and vote on page 2.
Shonia Hall
Shonia Hall, RPS, SNS
Shonia Hall received her Associates in Arts degree from Westark Community College. She then received her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Chemistry minor from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Shonia has 28 hours towards her Masters in Health Science with a concentration in Community Health. Shonia earned her credential as a School Nutrition Specialist in June 2017. Shonia spent over 10 years in Public Health as a Health Inspector for the State of Oklahoma inspecting over 10,000 facilities and developing, implementing and enforcing public policy. She then began her journey in School Nutrition at Oklahoma City Public Schools in 2015. Since then she has worked as the Manager of Compliance and Training and recently the Assistant Director. Shonia is an active member in OK SNA and has served on the OK SNA board in the capacity of Professional Development chair and/or co-Legislative Chair/Legislative Chair since 2016 and currently holds both of those positions on the board. In that time, she was at the fore-front of the successful passage of Senate Bill 1357, allowing SFAs to have a chair on the Food Service Advisory Board for the first time ever. Shonia is active in both her church and community in Norman, Oklahoma.
Linda Turner
Linda Turner ~ CNP Analyst/Elementary Coordinator Ponca City Public Schools
SNA Participation: SNA member since 2003
Attending: 10 State Conferences, 7 National Conferences, 12 Leadership Conferences, 2015 National Industry Conference, 2018 National Leadership Conference, Two American Commodity Distribution Association National Conferences

State Board Seats: 4 years Commodity Chair, Commodity Food Show Coordinator, 8 years Resolutions/ByLaws Chair, 3 years Publication/Website Chair
Past conference steering committee: Registration, Photography, Decorations, Entertainment, Golf Tournament, President/Vendor Reception

2015 Norma Wilson Hero Award

Professional Statement:
I began employment with Ponca City Schools in 1999 transferring to CNP in 2002 as the program’s Financial Secretary, holding many positions within CNP as secondary site manager positions, SFSP Coordinator, HACCP Coordinator, Nutritional Analysis Coordinator, and Elementary Site Coordinator. In 2004 I received the Camps Mart Employee Recognition Award and in 2005 received the Ponca City District Support Employee Award. During 2004 through 2010 I attended the Oklahoma Center for School Business Management at OSU. In 2013 I was selected as one of two to represent Oklahoma in a “Serving Up Science” Training Seminar at Kansas State University with the Center of Excellence for Food Safety Research in CNP as they developed training and guidelines for child nutrition programs across the country.

Personal Statement:
I would not be the person I am today without the professional support of my Ponca City co-workers or the Oklahoma SNA organization and its members. They have mentored me in many ways, showing me the integration of leadership qualities, allowing me to foster environments to guide, govern and guard the integrity of my staff, the CNP program and the SNA organization. Child Nutrition is an ever-changing and challenging environment where I continue to seek what’s best for kids.

My husband, David, and I have a blended family of 6 children, 11 (+1 pending) grandchildren, one handicap and 1 brittle diabetic/epileptic. David and I have been foster parents to three elementary-age siblings, active in the foster system twice in our marriage.

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