Muriel Call joined SGR in December 2014 as a Research Assistant and is currently the Research Coordinator. Before joining SGR, Muriel was on the Library Staff for the City of Southlake, Texas. She has 15 years of experience working in the library and information science field in academic, public, and special libraries. She earned a BA in English and a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science, both from Louisiana State University.
Katie Corder joined SGR in 2012, managing the SGR webinar training program. In 2014, she became an Executive Search Manager for SGR’s Executive Recruiting division. Katie previously served as Assistant City Manager for Rowlett, Texas, and has also served the communities of Sedona, Arizona, and Olathe, Kansas. A graduate of Leadership ICMA and the Senior Executive Institute at the University of Virginia, Katie holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Tulsa and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Kansas.
Ron Holifield is Founder/CEO of Strategic Government Resources (SGR). He founded SGR to specialize in facilitating collaboration among local governments, with a particular emphasis in employee training and development of next generation leaders. Since its inception in 1999, SGR is now the largest private sector training company in the nation.
Ron previously served as City Manager of Garland, DeSoto, Farmersville, and Sundown in Texas. He was Assistant City Manager in Plano and on the City Manager’s staff in Lubbock.
Randy Mayeux is a professional speaker and writer. He gives more than 450 public presentations annually to various business and government audiences, non-profit groups and associations, and professional conferences. He is the Founder and a former Vice-President of Creative Communication Network, a full-service communication company offering speeches and presentations, training and custom consulting and meeting facilitation for individuals, groups and organizations.
Mike Mowery is the Chief Operations Officer for SGR. He has a passion for seeing leaders of organizations grow and excel. He enjoys spending time with leaders from all sectors of society in order to observe the mechanics of good leadership at work. Prior to joining SGR, Mike served as a pastor for churches in Colorado and Texas for over 20 years. He earned his Doctor of Ministry degree from Golden Gate Seminary, which focused primarily on leading organizations to make long-range plans.