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Miki Bowman, Kansas State Bank Commissioner, will speak about the State of Kansas' Banking and Finance.

 

Morning Meeting - Miki Bowman
Oct 20, 2017
 
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Jacie Hoyt was named the 10th head coach in UMKC women's basketball history on May 11, 2017. Hoyt took the helm of the Roos program after spending the past three seasons (2014-17) as an assistant coach at Kansas State. Previously, she was an assistant coach at Nevada (2011-14) for three years. She was a team captain and standout point guard at Wichita State from 2006-09.

Morning Meeting- Jacie Hoyt
Oct 27, 2017
 
Mornng Meeting-Non-Profit Day
Nov 03, 2017
 
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Nov 05, 2017
1:00 PM – 7:25 PM
 
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Morning Meeting - Allen Garner, District Governor
Nov 10, 2017
 
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Steve Paul, Author, ex KCStar journalist, tells us about Hemingway at 18 years of age. You can read more about Steve Paul and his writing here.

Morning Meeting - Steve Paul
Nov 17, 2017
 
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NO MORNING MEETING
Nov 24, 2017
 
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Grant got his professional start in the mergers and acquisitions world working first on the legal side then buy-side analysis, valuations and eventually transition management.  After roughly a decade of analyzing, valuating and transitioning hundreds of small and mid-market businesses, Grant naturally gravitated towards evaluation of marketing and advertising expenses – the one line item in a P&L that he found most businesses struggle to understand and measure.

Grant started PROOF in 2012 with the idea of creating a way to bring clarity and understanding to marketing and advertising by combining statistics with emotional measurement.  Today, PROOF is emerging as a market leader and has performed almost 200 research projects for organizations helping them understand the emotions of their customers and identify the most effective messages and mediums to generate more sales.

Morning Meeting- Grant Gooding
Dec 01, 2017
 
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Dr. Mark Brigman, Founder & Chief Consultant, FIDELIS ONE

Mark is an expert at turning collaborative relationships into highly functional competitive advantages. While working for a Fortune 100 technology firm, he traveled across the US and to numerous European countries establishing and leading multi-million dollar partnerships. Since the early 2000s, his passion and expertise in strategic partnerships led him to speak on numerous occasions, including an international conference in London to 600 people.

Before founding FIDELIS ONE, Mark served as Chief Operations Officer and VP of Client Services at two national firms. His pedigree also includes a Ph.D. in Business Administration & Leadership, Master’s in Economics, 13 years as a strategic partnership lead for a Fortune 100 firm, US Patent Inventor, Adjunct Professor of Business & Economics, six-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, and University of Central Missouri Advisory Board Member.

Mark’s passion and ability to build lasting business partnerships is a unique gift. He created the Strategic Partner Leadership Model™ (SPLM) as the culmination of his 20 years of experience in forging industry leading partnerships so the best practices could be shared with others!

Morning Meeting - Mark Brigman, PhD
Dec 08, 2017
 
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Longtime quarterback Steve Grogan spent 16 seasons in the NFL, all with the New England Patriots, and played in 149 games under center from 1975 to 1990. At the time of his retirement, Grogan was the Patriots’ all-time leader in passing yards (26,886) and passing touchdowns (182), and he is still fourth in team history with 35 rushing touchdowns during his career. He was inducted to the Patriots Hall of Fame in 1995, and his No. 11 is the only one currently retired by his alma mater, Kansas State.

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Kansas Sports Hall of Fame

Morning Meeting- Speaker Steve Grogan
Dec 15, 2017
 
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As Chief Operating Officer, Tom Collins leads Dimensional Innovations’ strategic growth and client facing operations. Tom brings a 15+ year track record of delivering exceptional results as an operations and finance executive. His experience includes leadership in marketing, design, architecture, as well as fabrication, installation, and engineering environments and he has served as an officer and/or executive leader for public and private companies. Tom brings this experience, coupled with a Big 4 consulting background, to help DI’s clients find solutions that deliver unique value to customers, stakeholders and employees.

Morning Meeting - Tom Collins
Dec 22, 2017
 
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NO MORNING MEETING
Dec 29, 2017
 
Morning Meeting- Bob Bennett
Jan 05, 2018
 

Aaron North is the vice president of Education at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, where he serves as a member of the Foundation’s senior leadership team and leads a team of program officers who are funding or researching programs designed to ensure more Kansas City students of all ages have access to education options preparing them for education, work, and life after high school.

Prior to joining the Kauffman Foundation, North served as the founding executive director of the Missouri Charter Public School Association (MCPSA). Before leading the startup effort at MCPSA, North worked for the education team at Volunteers of America of Minnesota, as a school resource center director at the University of Minnesota, and in the Minnesota Department of Education’s Office of Choice and Innovation. He taught high school English in rural North Carolina as a Teach For America corps member and worked for Andersen Consulting and Sprint PCS prior to his teaching experience. North has helped create or catalyze several education programs in Kansas City, including the Ewing Marion Kauffman School, Kansas City Scholars, and SchoolSmartKC. He is a Pahara-Aspen Fellow and serves as board chair of both Kauffman Scholars, Inc. and the Ewing Marion Kauffman School.

North earned a Master of Public Policy from the Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Kansas.

Morning Meeting-Aaron North
Jan 12, 2018