OFMA Board of Directors

Bill Smith

Chair

Mr. Smith is President of Hydropower International Services Inter-National Consultancy, L.L.C. (HISINC, L.L.C.) which was formed in 2000, as a private consulting firm to provide technical engineering services, including Project Management for Floodplain Management and Stormwater Development Project.  Mr. Smith received his certification as a Floodplain Manager in 2004, and has been a member of the Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association (OFMA) for since January 2004.  Mr. Smith is a Past Chair of OFMA, a member of the Mitigation Committee and a member of the OFMA Mapping Committee, and the OFMA Disaster Response Team (DRT) Creator and Coordinator.

Mr. Smith was educated as a hydrologist, and has used this expertise to be involved in floodplain management, hydrological analyses, floodplain mapping, hydraulic analyses for over 35 years in Oklahoma. Education:

BS/1974/Civil Engineering, University of Missouri – Rolla
AAS/1968/Mechanical Technology – S.U.N.Y. at Morrisville
Certified Floodplain Manager – 2004

Registration:
1979/Civil Engineer – Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, Wyoming

Experience:
Hydropower International Services Inter-National Consultancy, L.L.C. – 2000 to Present
The Benham Group – 1975 to 2000
Prior Experience – 6 Years

 

Kasie Stambaugh

Vice-Chair

    Kasie Stambaugh is currently employed with the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality. She is on the Oklahoma Kill Response Management Team working with Tribes, State and Federal agencies to provide awareness, technical and training support for fish kills occurring in Oklahoma. She is currently, and past, Secretary on the Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association Board. Kasie was previously employed at the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) working in Floodplain Management. She received her Certified Floodplain Managers national certification, January of 2015. She assists citizens and local governments with compliance of the National Flood Insurance Program in accordance with State and Federal regulations. In addition, Kasie worked in the Lakes Section at OWRB assisting in the collection, monitoring and sampling processes and procedures with the Beneficial Use Monitoring Program.

    Kasie graduated from Oklahoma State University (OSU) with a Master’s of Science degree majoring in Environmental Science, option in Water Quality, May of 2014. She graduated from OSU with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Agriculture Science and Natural Resources majoring in Environmental Science, option in Environmental Policy, December of 2011. In addition, she graduated from OSU in Oklahoma City with an Associate’s of Applied Science degree majoring in Occupational and Environmental Safety, option in Environmental Technology, May of 2010. While obtaining her Master’s degree at OSU, Kasie was President of the Society of Environmental Scientists, Representative and Liaison Representative for the Graduate and Professional Student Government Association, Golden Key International Honors Society member and an Oklahoma Clean Lakes and Watershed Association poster winner, April of 2014.

    Kasie has two publications: Bacterial Assessment of Applied Effluent from Wastewater Systems and Benefits and Concerns Associated with Aerobic Treatment Systems.

     

    Beth Wilhelm

    Secretary

      Ms. Wilhelm is a native of Tidewater Virginia where I attended Old Dominion University; BS in Mechanical Engineering and minor in Fine Arts. Working in the Naval Shipyards onboard ships and Industrial Commercial buildings where she concentrated on HVAC, Geothermal and potable water systems as well as general construction inspection.

      Ms. Wilhelm relocated to Birmingham, Alabama (ROLL TIDE) and continued her career in mechanical engineering and hydrology, teaching and the fine arts. She is a member of the National Watercolor Society. After moving to Oklahoma in 2009, she worked in the civil engineering field as a Project Manager concentrating in storm water management, H&H studies, sanitary waste, potable water systems and dam construction.

      Ms. Wilhelm was hired in June of 2015 with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) in the Planning and Management Division under the Floodplain Management Section. She received her Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) certification in 2015 and became a member of OFMA. She currently assists our section with Community Assistance Visits CAVs, CAC’s and GTA’s; CTP program; OWRB 101 & 102 Workshops, Disaster Coordination with FEMA and OWRB, and further assistance between the NFIP and the communities throughout Oklahoma.

      She is looking forward to being an integral part of the Floodplain Management team at the Oklahoma Water Resources Board.

       

      Carolyn Schultz

      Treasurer

      Mrs. Schultz works in Floodplain Management Services, Planning and Environmental Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District. She has attended Northeastern Oklahoma State University and Tulsa Junior College. She graduated from Tulsa Junior College with an Associates Degree in Civil Engineering. She has over 24 years experience with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, primarily in Floodplain Management.

      Mrs. Schultz is involved in the development of floodplain, flood protection, and flood insurance study information in numerous communities throughout the district. She is currently responsible for conducting flood insurance studies. She consults with local government officials, other Federal Agencies, and other offices within the Tulsa District to coordinate the studies and related engineering data pertaining to those studies. She presents the results and conclusion of the studies to local and state governments, other Federal Agencies, representatives, concerned citizen groups and others. She completes and reviews flood hazard evaluations and provides information to customers or guidance to lower graded co-workers on flood plain matters on a daily basis.

      Mrs. Schultz is currently serving as Treasurer for the Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association. She is a member of the National Association of Floodplain Managers Association. She also serves on the Professional Development Committee for Certification of Floodplain Administrators. She is a certified floodplain manager.

      Mrs. Schultz is married and lives with her husband Mike who is a Lieutenant Colonel with the Oklahoma Air National Guard and has a son Kelly that graduated with a Degree in Microbiology from the University of Oklahoma. She enjoys golf and has a 15 handicap.

      Yohanes Sugeng, P.E., CFM

      National Floodplain Insurance Program Coordinator

      Yohanes Sugeng serves as Engineering Manager of the OWRB’s Planning & Management Division, where he oversees the state’s dam safety program, floodplain management program, and well drilling program. Yohanes has Master of Science degrees in civil engineering and construction administration from the University of Oklahoma. Yohanes started working for the Oklahoma Water Resources Board as a project engineer for Financial Assistance Division where he assisted communities throughout Oklahoma with municipal water and wastewater infrastructure construction projects and other pollution control projects. Yohanes enjoys his annual trip to Asia to visit his family, watching movies/TVs, and eat different cuisines from around the world.

      Todd McLellan

      Region One Representative

      • (405) 217-7704

      Todd McLellan currently serves as the Development Engineer for the City of Norman responsible for oversight of the design and construction of commercial and residential development projects. He also works with developers, engineers, citizens, and government officials to ensure responsible management of Norman’s floodplain management and CRS program.

      Mr. McLellan graduated from Michigan Technological University. He currently volunteers as Region 1 Co-Representative for OFMA and is chairman of the Community Support Committee.

      Anna Waggoner

      Region One Representative

      Before moving to Oklahoma, Ms. Waggoner worked for county government in Prowers County, Colorado in the assessor’s office. Ms. Waggoner started her career in municipal government in Oklahoma in 1995 with the City of Woodward. She served as Administration Assistant to Community Development, Floodplain Administrator and GIS Manager for the City of Woodward from 1995-2003. During that time she became a member of Oklahoma Floodplain Manager Association, Inc. (OFMA) in 1995 and became Region 5 Representative at that time. Ms. Waggoner served as regional rep until 1999 she started serving the Executive Board of the Oklahoma Floodplain Manager Association, Inc., between the years of 1999-2002 when she served as Vice Chair, Chair and Past Chair of the Association. Ms. Waggoner was in the group of OFMA members that passed Oklahoma’s Certified Floodplain Managers Program in the late 90’s and later took the national certification test to become ASFPM Certified. She was one of the first to present at OFMA on GIS with Floodplain mapping. She had the floodplain maps for Woodward digitize for reference peruses only 1998.

      In 2003 Ms. Waggoner and her husband moved to Yukon Oklahoma where she continued working in municipal government as the City of Yukon’s Stormwater Manager, Floodplain Administrator and GIS Manager. In 2008, she also became a Certified Stormwater Inspector.

      Gavin Brady

      Region Two Representative

      • (918) 865-6977

      Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) (retired)

      Gavin Brady retired from OWRB (Oklahoma Water Resources Board) September 30, 2015. Mr. Brady was the NFIP State Coordinator from 2004 to 2015 and has been an OFMA member since 1991. He has won several awards including the Chairman’s Award, W. K. Morris Lifetime Membership Award, Special Recognition Award and most recently the Floodplain Manager of the Year award. Mr. Brady looks forward to representing Region 2 in 2016 and hopes to hear from each and every one of you.

      David Sprouse

      Region Three Representative

      Mr. Sprouse currently serves as City Inspector for the City of Madill.

      John A. Barron, PE, CFM

      Region Four Representative

      Johnny grew up In Georgia and graduated from Southern Polytechnic State University with a B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering Technology. He was very involved in stormwater management where he served on the technical advisory committee that helped to develop the Georgia Stormwater Management Manual and was a member of the Board of Directors for the Georgia Association of Floodplain Management where he was the Regional Representative for the Greater Atlanta region. Johnny helped establish a new stormwater utility in Douglas County, GA and served as the stormwater engineer. During this time, he was project manager for several Floodplain Studies and FIRM revision (Including Map Modernization) and was able to obtain $6 million in FEMA grants for mitigation projects.

      He moved to Oklahoma in 2010 and worked for two years for the Oklahoma Water Resources Board. Johnny has also worked for the City of Ponca City where he served as the CRS Coordinator and helped upgrade CRS certification to Class 5. Since moving to Oklahoma, Johnny has been active in OFMA and served as Chairman of the Mitigation Committee for four years.

      Since August 2015, Johnny has been the City Engineer and Public Works Director for the City of Altus, OK. He is also the NFIP Floodplain Administrator for Altus.
      Johnny and his wife, Dawn, have been married since 1988 and they have 4 children and 2 grandchildren.

      David Smith

      Region Five Representative

      Mr. Smith currently serves as Director of Community Development for the City of Woodward. He began with the city in 2001, and became director of the department in 2003. In that same year, Mr. Smith became a CFM. The following year — in 2004 — he added Floodplain Administrator to his duties.

       

      Monica Cardin

      Past Chair

      Monica Cardin is City Planner for the City of Del City, Oklahoma, and serves on the Executive Board of the Oklahoma Floodplain Managers Association, Inc., as Secretary of the Board of Directors and as the Chairman of the Insurance Committee. She is responsible for the implementation of OFMA’s unique Map Change Assistance Program, an outreach program designed to aid federal, state and local officials with constituent concerns regarding flood map modernization. She is a member of the American Planning Association (APA) and the International Code Council (ICC).

      As the City Planner, she is responsible for day-to-day operations of the Planning and Zoning and Code Enforcement divisions of the Community Services Department. She serves as Staff Liaison to the Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment and Housing Board of Appeals. She oversees the department’s budgeting and financial management functions, supervises all support staff, and serves as the departmental training officer. Monica also serves as the City’s Community Rating System (CRS) Coordinator and is in the process of preparing the City’s application to enter the national program. Upon her promotion to City Planner, Monica undertook a complete overhaul of the City’s Planning and Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations. Her current projects include redesigning the department’s plan review process, rebuilding the department’s electronic permitting system, overseeing creation of a new City website, revising the City’s Comprehensive Plan, and managing other projects.

      Monica received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, with an emphasis in United States Government, from the University of Kansas. She holds the nationally recognized designation of Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM) and is certified as a Code Enforcement Official by the Oklahoma Code Enforcement Association as well as a Certified Zoning Inspector, Permit Technician, Property Maintenance and Housing Inspector and is a Certified Code Enforcement Administrator. Monica serves as the City’s representative to the Association of Central Oklahoma Government’s Area-Wide Planning and Technical Advisory Committee (APTAC) and serves on ACOG’s Commuter Corridor Alternatives Analysis Technical Workgroup.

      Prior to her service with the City of Del City, Monica served as Office Manager and Network Administrator for the Central Oklahoma Workforce Investment Board, Inc., gained experience in the Oil and Gas Industry with Newpark Drilling and worked in permitting and plan review for the Neighborhood Resources Department of the City of Lawrence, Kansas.