Greater Topeka Partnership’s SVP of Strategy Michelle Cuevas-Stubblefield has the distinct honor of being named to the Kansas Leadership Center’s (KLC) first-ever civic engagement advisory committee.
“I am very grateful to the KLC for this honor.” said Cuevas-Stubblefield. “This committee will allow me to further pursue my passion in leadership and civic engagement.” Cuevas-Stubblefield’s duties include supporting Momentum 2022, a holistic community strategy for the city of Topeka, and organizing Leadership Greater Topeka, a community leadership program which spans 36 years.
In the KLC’s official announcement, Shaun Rojas, director of civic engagement at the Kansas Leadership Center, said, “We’re ready to take our civic engagement efforts to the next level with a passionate team of KLC alums who are committed to fostering civic leadership for healthier Kansas communities. We were thrilled with the robust application response, which made for a tough task of choosing between 100 applications KLC worked hard to select a group that reflects the true diversity of Kansas.”
21 other individuals from across Kansas have also named to the committee. To read the KLC’s official announcement and view the names of the other committee members, visit https://kansasleadershipcenter.org/announcing-klc-civic-engagement-advisory-committee/.
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Bob Ross at 785.234.2644 or Bob.Ross@TopekaPartnership.com.