our staff and company
Integrated Concepts, incorporated in the State of Oklahoma in 2008 with its primary office in Skiatook in Osage County at the time of formation and now located in Washington County, was formed as a collaboration between diverse professionals with the same goal in mind: The more people work in a cooperative manner, the more successful they will be! The impetus for ICI was the pervasive need for improved communication and collaboration between not-for-profits, educational institutions, governmental agencies, and business entities.
All members of the ICI team strive to continually build and maintain professional knowledge with each staff member being knowledgeable in management, evaluation and compliance, organizational systems and development, group development, psychology, and conflict resolution. Each team member is well versed in the dynamics of change and learning/thinking theories. To meet the ever-changing needs of our clients, the ICI team is proficient in a range of facilitation methods and understands problem solving and decision-making models. A thorough understanding of a variety of group methods and techniques and the consequences of misuse of group methods aid ICI in guiding collaborations through complex issues and result in successful projects.
Ms. Pricer has developed a phenomenal team-building process in The Diamond Exchange™ through which participants learn the importance of communication in a 90-minute hands-on activity. Ms. Hukill has fashioned a career as a professional grant writer, not-for-profit agency organizer, legal advocate, and professional educator.
Sheree L. Hukill, MS, JD
Ms. Sheree L. Hukill is a professional educator whose experience spans over 34 years and includes work in the fields of business, education, and law. Ms. Hukill served as Executive Director/Supervising Attorney and co-founder of a state-wide, tribal domestic violence coalition; grant-writer for numerous Indian tribes and civil service organizations (non-profits); founding partner of Legal Advocates for Indian Country, LLP and P&S Legal Advocacy, PLLC; court appointed counsel for women and children in juvenile deprived actions; public defender, and prosecutor for several Indian tribes; and national speaker on domestic violence/sexual assault training issues, team-building, and secession planning. Ms. Hukill also serves as a contract peer review consultant for the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, Coordinated Tribal Assistance, Office of Head Start, Office of Postsecondary Education, Indian Health Services, Children’s Bureau, and Office for Victims of Crime. Additionally, Ms. Hukill has served as Executive Director for five federally-funded educational grants hosted by an Oklahoma regional university and as business and information processing instructor for vocational-technical schools, junior colleges, and public high schools. Ms. Hukill’s diverse background includes grant writing, fund development for and formation of not-for-profits, budget formulation and administration, contract management, program development and management.
Penny L. Pricer, JD
Ms. Pricer has been involved in training, team facilitation, technology and education for over 25 years in corporate and academic settings. Approximately fifteen years ago, she developed The Diamond Exchange to help meet a corporate and academic need to improve each team member’s ability to better perform daily activities and better overcome challenges. Her past experiences include IT Project Manager, technology consultant and trainer, Assistant Professor of MIS at the University of Tulsa and Program Director for federally-funded programs designed to aid school age youth and adults in their pursuit of post-secondary education.
- Grant Administration (20 Years’ Experience)
- Grant Writing/Fund Development & Donor Cultivation (30 Years’ Experience)
- Team Strengthening & Facilitation (25 Years’ Experience)
- Technology and Data Analysis (30 Years’ Experience)