Staff Officers

Sabrina Palma, District Governor (

Hey T-O!

I’m Sabrina Palma and I’m excited to give y’all the news that I will be your District Governor for the remainder of the 2017-2018 Key Club year! I’m so grateful to have the opportunity to be working with everyone and I know we’ll make this year amazing!

Our main focus this year is to make sure we keep all of T-O active throughout the entire school year. Knowing our district, I believe we’ll be able to retain our old and new members. It’s one thing to be able to gather all the new members, but it’s another thing to make sure they come back. By having more active members in your club, it will be easier for you to implement and succeed in larger service projects! T-O is one of the biggest districts in Key Club International and with your help we’ll be able to keep it that way.

Thank you so much for being apart of this great service organization and please feel free to contact me for anything.

Yours in Service,
Sabrina Palma

Shelby Morton, District Secretary (

Shelby Morton, District Secretary
4104 San Angelo Drive
Amarillo, Texas 79118

Hello Mighty TO District,

I am happy to be serving as your Texas-Oklahoma District Secretary this year. I know we have a great year ahead of us! Here is a little more information about me so that you can really know your staff. I am a senior at Randall High School in Amarillo Texas. As well as the awesome organization of Key Club, I am involved in band where I play the bass clarinet and National Honor Society. I am working very diligently to evenly divide my time and complete EVERY task to the absolute best of my ability. Let me know if I can do anything to help you as a member of Key Club. Also, feel free to just hit me up so that I can really know you.

Foster Hillis, District Treasurer (

Hey y’all!
My name is Foster Hillis, your District Treasurer for the 2017-2018 Key Club year. It is a great honor to serve with all of you, and I hope to meet you this year!
If I’m not at Whataburger or competitively swimming, I’m usually at a service project helping our District’s Project; Homelessness. I am currently a Junior at Lawton High School (shout out to Division 18!), where I am a Yearbook Editor, Student Council Assemblies Director, and in many other organizations.
This year, I would love to see more clubs apply for the YOF (Youth Opportunities Fund) and clubs help their members pay their dues by creating an inter club scholarship program. If you have any questions on how to apply for the YOF, or want me to look over your project, I am more than happy to!
This year, I will be hosing webinars over a multitude of topics. To check out the next webinar’s information, or to view past webinar notes, you can check the “General Information for Treasures” Google Drive or email me.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me in any way, I love hearing from y’all!
Remind 101: @txoktreas to 81010
Instagram: @fosterhillis

Yours in Service,
Foster Hillis
District Treasurer

Stephanie Tran, District Editor (

Hello, Texas- Oklahoma!
My name is Stephanie Tran, and I’m lucky enough to serve you all as District Editor this year. When I’m not out and about serving my community, I enjoy programming, graphic design, and playing the viola. I’m going into my fourth year programming, my seventh year doing graphic work, and my eighth year in an orchestra. I love what I do and throw myself into these activities (Key Club included!). I admit that I’m also a huge nerd that absolutely loves reading and watching Crash Course for fun. While I may seem quiet and reserved in person, I enjoy meeting and talking to new people and learning about them as a person.
The biggest reason why I applied for Editor is to read and hear about everyone else’s experiences in Key Club. Articles and newsletters filled with personality and creativity are the closest a stranger can get to entering your local Key Club family. I adore talking with you all, so please don’t hesitate on reaching out to me! I also wanted to utilize one of my skills for the benefit of Key Club. I believe that I’m a fairly good designer and creator that has enough experience to give out some tips and ideas on how to format and lay out an aesthetic newsletter.
From the bottom of my heart, I can say that I’m honored and grateful to have this opportunity to serve as District Editor. Please take advantage of your District Board! We’re all here to help you all as members and to support you in any way that we can. Again, feel free to contact me!
Yours in service,
Stephanie Tran

Dajah Brook, Convention Liaison (

Howdy Texas-Oklahoma!

My name is Dajah Brooks and I am honored and thrilled to be your 2017-2018 Convention Liaison! I am exuberated to be planning and participating in the best district convention in all of Key Club International! I have no doubt that it will be the best that we have seen yet!
If you can’t find me in the dance studio either teaching ballet or taking tap, jazz, or ballet, you can definitely find me out in the community volunteering! Like any other Key Clubber, I love to volunteer and I have made it such a habit of mine that a school for children with special needs put me on their junior board of directors. I am an extreme outgoing and flamboyant person so please come up and start a conversation with me! I have been in Key Club since my freshmen year and have been honored to be able to serve on the district board twice as a lieutenant governor.
I can’t wait to meet each and every one of you at district convention! I am always open to hear what you all have to say about DCON, so please do not be afraid to email, call, or text me! See you all sooner than you realize!

Yours In Service,
Dajah Brooks
Convention Liaison

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