TEMA Leadership

Executive Board of Directors

President

Keith Ordeneaux, ATEM, CSRM

Energy and Risk Manager, Pearland ISD
Keith Ordeneaux is the Energy and Risk Manager for Pearland ISD, in Pearland, TX. He is a graduate of Pearland ISD and returned in 1999 to work in the Technology Department. In 2002 he was promoted to Energy Manager, and then in 2010 he was again promoted to Energy and Risk Manager. Through the years he was found ways to serve various organizations including being Chairmen of the Board for the Pearland Chamber of Commerce and the Pearland Adult Reading Center. He currently holds a position on the Pearland City Council.

Over the 12 plus years Keith has worked for Pearland ISD the district has seen exciting growth, going from around 12 buildings to over 25 buildings in just over 10 years. This growth has provided challenges along with great opportunities. Along the way Keith has worked on updates of the BAS systems along with various building retrofits. Keith’s current responsibilities’ include energy management, facility rentals, and parts of risk management and emergency response for the district.
Vice President

Ricky Shelton, ATEM, CTSBS

Energy Manager, Barbers Hill ISD
Ricky Shelton graduated from Dallas Baptist University in 2010 with a Business Degree. He holds a ATEM and a CTSBS (Certified Texas School Business Specialist) certification.
Treasurer

Jim Scrivner, ATEM

Executive Director Facilities & Support Services, Irving ISD
Jim Scrivner has been employed with the Irving Independent School District since August 2002. He began his career with Irving ISD as a Technology Education Teacher at Travis Middle School and was a classroom teacher for 4 years. He served as Vice Principal at Sam Houston Middle School for two years and in June 2008 moved into the position of Energy Manager. In March 2016, he was promoted to the position of Director of Facilities and Operations for Irving ISD and became the Executive Director of Facilities and Support Services in August 2016.

Prior to his career in education, Jim spent twenty years in high-tech engineering, sales and management. Jim received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Technology from Texas A&M University in 1982 and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration from the University of North Texas in December 2007.

His primary responsibilities include coordinating and managing the maintenance, grounds, warehouse, custodial, energy management, construction, and document services functions for Irving ISD.

Jim is an Accredited Texas Energy Manager through the Texas Energy Managers Association. He currently serves as Treasurer for the State Board of the Texas Energy Managers Association and Treasurer of the Board of Directors of Keep Irving Beautiful.
Secretary

Michele Linn

Director of Risk Management, Grapevine-Colleyville ISD
Member-At-Large

Melissa Crizer, ATEM

Energy Manager, Humble ISD
Well, I've been in the EM profession now for 3.5 years now. My vision is to build a sustainable Energy Management Program for the district that demonstrates our commitment to reducing costs while maintaining a safe and productive environment for our students and staff. I grew up in Humble ISD, so the success of this program is very important to me.

Prior to becoming an Energy Manager, I worked at MD Anderson Cancer Center in the Investigational Pharmacy for 6 years, taught Chemistry and Physics for 10 years, and an Assistant Principal for 5 years. Yes, I do miss the kids, but I'm also enjoying this new adventure. I give TEMA credit for all that I've learned in the past few years and I look forward to what's ahead.

When I'm not at work, I love nothing better than being with my husband and my daughter...they are the absolute coolest!! My husband is a football coach & my daughter is a volleyball-playing, tumbling, cellist.
Past President

Steve Hanner, ATEM, CTSBS

Director of Maintenance, Allen ISD
Steve began his career as an HVAC Apprentice with the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD after taking Air Conditioning and Refrigeration at RL Turner High School and winning the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America Texas ACR Skills Championship in 1976. During his tenure with C-FB, Steve began tracking energy costs for the District after being assigned the duty of completing District-wide state-mandated energy audits in 1980.

Steve moved to the Allen Independent School District in 1986 as Lead HVAC Tech and brought his experience tracking energy costs and implementing energy conservation measures with him. While moving up through the ranks to Director of Maintenance, Steve served as the District Energy Manager until 2009, when the District hired a full time Energy Manager.

Steve continues to mentor the current Energy Manager and directs the District’s energy procurement efforts. He has written the curriculum for and teaches energy management certification classes for the Texas Association of School Business Officials. Steve had the honor of serving as the Texas Energy Managers Association Dallas-Fort Worth Chapter’s first President.
TEMA Executive Director/CEO

Cami Brumley

Cami is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin with a BFA in Theatre Studies. She taught at James Madison High School in San Antonio, TX for 17 years as a Speech teacher, Head Theatre Director, and the Auditorium Manager. She has also taught in private schools to give her a grand total of 19 years in the classroom. Cami made the move to TEMA in 2015 to assume the role of TEMA Administrator. Now, as the Chief Executive Officer, she is dedicated to "dramatically" expand the reach and impact for those involved in resource management.
TEMA Chief Operating Officer

Ashley Williams, ATEM, MCRP

Ashley is from St. Charles, MO and earned her Bachelor of Architecture and Masters of Regional and Community Planning from Kansas State University. She is now working towards her Doctor of Business Administration, focused on Social Impact from Walden University. As the City of Temple’s first Sustainability and Grant Manager, she implemented new programs and policies enabling the City to decrease utility spending, increase engagement, and improve operations. Ashley also served as the City of Temple’s Director of General Services, overseeing Sustainability, Grants, Community Development, Facilities, and Strategic Initiatives. She is now the Chief Operating Officer for the Texas Energy Managers Association, expanding professional development opportunities for those involved in resource management.