Donations for Operation of Humanity
Hours: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Donation boxes are located in the front lobby. Thank you!
Pantry Items Needed
– Canned fruit, meat, tuna, beans, corn, and veggies
– Boxed Mac & cheese, pasta, rice, grains, cereal, oatmeal
– Newspaper bags and plastic bags
– Women & Men: Shirts, pants, shorts, winter gear, new underwear, athletic and dress shoes, and white socks
– Children: Clothing of all types and sizes will be accepted
11/18 – Richardson Business Network
*Wednesday, November 18th @ 7:15am – 8:30am
12/3 – The IQ Brew – US Patent & Trademark Office
Thursday, December 3rd @ 9:00am
11/20 – Richardson/Plano Networkers
“Stay Connected and Thrive!”
*Friday, November 20th @ 11:30am – 1:00pm
Allen / McKinney
11/26 – Allen/McKinney Netweavers Meetup
*Thursday, November 26th @ 7:30am – 9:00am
11/26 – Frisco’s Entrepreneurs Ideas & Success
*Thursday, November 26th @ 6:30pm – 7:30pm
* Indicates recurring meetups
Jenelle Pendleton – StoneEagle F&I
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.”
Please tell us about yourself
My name is Janelle Pendleton and I’ve lived in Texas now over half my life. I am originally from Arkansas and still have family there. I live in Dallas with my husband of 14 years and our cat JuJu. I’m on the hunt for a dog so hopefully will be expanding the family soon. One of my greatest passions in life is singing. I have a BME with emphasis on voice and have sung in almost every choral group in Dallas as well as solo work around the area and in local theatre. I came to be at my company StoneEagle F&I Inc as a client in 1986 and then as an employee in 1989. We currently provide solutions for the retail automotive industry, but at the time I joined I was implementing and training clients on our Credit Life Insurance System of which I had been a user for 3 years.
Brief overview of your line of work
After being this long with the company and working at some time in every department over the years, it just became a natural fit for me to be in this role I am in now since it’s about understanding our business, culture and the family of employees we have here. I am the VP of People. HR is a difficult job and requires you to put on the company hat and the employee’s hat at the same time to help solve issues, create opportunities for employees and still protect the interests of the company. Balancing the two can be very tricky and challenging at times, but something I enjoy assisting with and participating in.
Why The Drawing Board?
We owned a building in Richardson for over 13 years, sold it, leased our space back from the new owners and our lease expired in March 2020. So when COVID hit and our teams were working remotely from home, we decided to put our office in storage since it was not being utilized realizing we were probably going to be in this state of remote work for quite some time. Not only has it been a cost savings to our company, but it’s still given us a place to come together in small groups if needed for a sense of community when the grind of zoom meetings can be exhausting. Our work culture is people centric and we actually like to be together. The Drawing Board is a great space for our size company and has worked out so well for our current needs as a company.
A quote that you love or live by
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” My motto in life is BE ADAPTABLE!
New Members & Birthdays
Please join us in welcoming the following new members!
Laila Dar – Dallas PR Gal
Trent Roberts – Roberts & Willie, PLLC
If you would like to connect with fellow members, simply login to your TDB Satellite Deskworks account and begin your search! If you have questions on how to access this, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
– Dania Reyes
– Ly Tieu
– Jane McCoy
– Jeremy Prassl
– Huy Le
Comments & Questions
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