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Join us as genKC partners with CoreNet Global for the latest Roundtable Leadership Series: Taking Ownership of Your Career. There, influential KC leaders will each lead roundtables, sharing valuable insights to help KC young professionals learn, grow and thrive.
How it works: Each community leader will head up their own roundtable. Following a complimentary breakfast with leaders, young professionals will sit at a table that interests them, and the small group at each table will have the chance to ask leaders questions, start discussions and seek professional development and career advice. Every 15 minutes, the tables will rotate so young professionals have the chance to connect with other leaders at the event.
Event details: Registration will begin at 7:30 AM with the event beginning promptly at 8 AM. A complimentary breakfast will be provided.
- Christian Arnold, Founding Principal, Clockwork Architecture
- Bucky Brooks, Principal, Copaken-Brooks
- Tracy Chelepis, Founder and CEO, Chelepis Associates Chelepis Associates
- Mark Ciaramitaro, VP - New Business and Innovation, H&R Block
- Chandra Clark, External Partnership Manager, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City
- Lance Collins, Director - Properties, YRC
- Karen Hogan, Division Manager for the Special Projects Division, Turner Construction
- Gretchen Fitzgerald, Sales Consultant, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City
- Kaniah Konkoly-Thege, General Council, Honeywell FM&T
- Tom Paolini, Founder and Owner, Paolini Garment Company
- Brian Smith, President and Chief Executive Officer, Wagner Logistics
Parking: Complimentary parking is available in the Power & Light parking garage with entrance on 13th Street between Walnut Street and Grand Boulevard (see parking map). Please do not park at HR Block on Walnut between 13th and 14th. Parking validation is available from H&R Block security inside of headquarters.
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genKC is a progressive, regional effort by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. It partners with a wide variety of organizations across the region to cater to young professionals, the 20- and 30-somethings in the workplace.
GenKC aims to attract and retain young professionals in the Kansas City region by providing them with opportunities to enhance their personal and professional skill set through a variety of networking, community involvement and professional development opportunities.