Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace of the Kauffman Foundation: Access, Opportunity and Diverse Leadership
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by Country Club Bank
3d ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace, President and CEO of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, joins host Kelly Scanlon to explore the role of diverse leadership in driving access, opportunity and innovation within our communities. With a rich background that spans diplomacy, higher education, and now philanthropy, Dr. Burns-Wallace shares her insights into how inclusive leadership and community investment can pave the way for a more prosperous future for all. Tune in to discover: 1. The Evolving Role of Black and Brown Leaders—the significance of diverse voices in le ..read more
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Shane Seley and Ed Leydecker of Wide Awake Films: Bringing History Alive With Modern Filmmaking Techniques
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by Country Club Bank
1w ago
In this episode of Banking on KC, Shane Seley and Ed Leydecker, partners and producers at Wide Awake Films, join host Kelly Scanlon to explore the art of blending historical storytelling with cutting-edge film production.  Wide Awake Films is renowned for its award-winning documentary films, museum interactives, virtual reality experiences and video content tailored for history-focused organizations. As a cornerstone of Kansas City's video production landscape, the company has garnered multiple Telly and regional Emmy Awards. Tune in to discover:  The origins of Wide Awake Films an ..read more
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Carmaletta Williams of the Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City: Celebrating 50 Years of History
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by Country Club Bank
2w ago
In this episode of "Banking on KC," host Kelly Scanlon welcomes Dr. Carmaletta Williams, CEO of the Black Archives of Mid-America in Kansas City, to celebrate the organization's 50th anniversary. Dr. Carma shares the history and evolution of the Black Archives, detailing its vital role in preserving the African American experience in Kansas City and beyond. Tune in to discover: The origins of the Black Archives, including its first “office” in the trunk of a car. 50th anniversary celebrations, featuring keynote speaker Michael Herriot. The educational impact of the Black Archives and its comm ..read more
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Diane Botwin of Botwin Commercial Development: Building Community and the Arts into Her Projects
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by Country Club Bank
3w ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Diane Botwin, owner of Botwin Commercial Development, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss her career, nonprofit work and the arts. Tune in to discover: How Diane has married her education in music and the law with her commercial development endeavors. Diane’s neighborhood-sensitive commercial development approach. How Diane incorporates community and the arts into her development projects. The similarities between what drives her passion for nonprofit work and her development projects. Country Club Bank – Member FDIC  ..read more
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Dennis Meier and Kaki Conti of Synergy Services: Creating a Community Free of Family Violence
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by Country Club Bank
1M ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Dennis Meier and Kaki Conti of Synergy Services join host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the causes of family violence, its impact and how to provide healing.  Tune in to discover:  Myths about domestic violence.  How to foster resilience and healing. The impact of early intervention services on youth and the overall community.  Country Club Bank – Member FDIC   ..read more
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Alex Olson of Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired: Reaching Potential in the Sighted World
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by Country Club Bank
1M ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Alex Olson, Director of Vision Services at Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired, joins host Kelly Scanlon to share how CCVI prepares children with visual impairments to reach their highest potential in the sighted world.  Country Club Bank – Member FDIC  ..read more
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Jennifer Craig of ReDiscover: Providing Help, Hope and Healing
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by Country Club Bank
2M ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Jennifer Craig, president and CEO of ReDiscover, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the organization’s mental health and substance use disorder services so individuals and families can live healthier and more productive lives.   Tune in to discover more about:   ReDiscover’s mental health and substance use services.   Why mental health issues tend to surface during the holidays.   The causes of, misconceptions about and innovations in mental health treatment.   Country Club Bank – Member FDIC   ..read more
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Kerryann Kocher of Vytelle: Transforming Global Meat and Dairy Production
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by Country Club Bank
2M ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Kerryann Kocher, CEO of Vytelle, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss how the company’s technology is helping to improve meat and dairy production globally. Tune in to discover how Vytelle contributes to the “Triple Challenge” by meeting:  The growing demand for protein. Producing meat and dairy in an environmentally sustainable way. The demand for protein in a way that producers can be profitable. Country Club Bank – Member FDIC  ..read more
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Joe “Jo Blaq” Macklin of DistrKCt: Investing in Youth
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by Country Club Bank
2M ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Joe “Jo Blaq” Macklin, founder of DistrKCt, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss his efforts to create pathways for Kansas City youth to gain first-hand knowledge and experience for music production industry careers. Country Club Bank – Member FDIC  ..read more
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Chuck Maggiorotto of Country Club Trust Company: Providing Financial Guidance Through All of Life’s Stages
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by Country Club Bank
3M ago
On this episode of Banking on KC, Chuck Maggiorotto, Chief Wealth Officer at Country Club Trust Company, joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss wealth management. Tune in to discover:  1. What wealth management encompasses and how it can help you achieve your financial goals. 2. Country Club Bank’s approach to wealth management. 3. Common misconceptions about wealth management. 4. Steps you can take now to better position yourself for 2024.  The opinions and views expressed in this podcast are those of the speaker and do not necessarily reflect those of Country Club Bank or any affiliat ..read more
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