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POWER of Diversity Breakfast

Grow KC Through Diversity

Wednesday, July 25
7:30 - 9:30 a.m.
Kansas City Marriott Downtown
200 West 12th Street
$40 for members, $50 non-members
Questions? Email Greg Valdovino,
Glenn HarrisThe KC Chamber’s POWER of Diversity Breakfast is the region’s premier celebration of the metro area’s culturally diverse business community, recognizing diverse workforce members and corporations that have demonstrated a commitment to diversity and inclusion.

The Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce values and promotes diversity because it enhances the business community and the economic development of the region through: increasing regional and global business development; expanded educational opportunities; and creating a robust community infrastructure that encourages all community members to make contributions using their special talents, expertise and knowledge. The KC Chamber will present ACE Awards to mid-to-senior level diverse managers who are having a positive impact on their company’s profitability and increasing their diversity efforts in the workplace. A Supplier Diversity ACE Award will go to a mid-to-senior level diverse manager who is accomplishing dramatic growth in increasing supplier diversity.

Our keynote speaker this year is Glenn Harris, president of the new Race Forward, the union of Race Forward and Center for Social Inclusion, and publisher of Colorlines. Read more about Glenn Harris >>

Thank you to our Power of Diversity Sponsors: Cornerstone Sponsor St. Luke's Health System; Pillar of Diversity Sponsors American Century Investments, Black & Veatch, DST Systems, PolsinelliREACH Healthcare Foundation, Sprint, and UMB; Community Supporter Sponsors Bank Midwest, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City, Burns & McDonnell, Ernst & Young, Garmin, Grant Thornton, H&R Block, Honeywell, Husch Blackwell, JE Dunn Construction, KVC Health Systems, Lathrop Gage, Shook Hardy & Bacon, and State Street.

Thank you to our Year Long Diversity Sponsors: Special Sponsors are Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and US Bank; Regional Sponsors are DST Systems, Heavy Constructors Association, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, and REACH Healthcare Foundation; Supporting Sponsors are Children's Mercy, HCA Midwest Health, HNTB, Hyland, McCownGordon Construction, Spire, Stinson Leonard Street, The University of Kansas, and Truman Medical Center.