We're the Business Leadership Network of Sedgwick County
We're an employer led non-profit that uses a business-to-business model offering education, training programs and resources to change attitudes and address concerns of businesses so they may learn to proactively include people with disabilities in the workforce, marketplace and supplier diversity.
Our methods engage, educate and inform employers (HR, D&I and EEO/AA professionals included!) on critical topics designed to promote the inclusion of talent with disabilities as a diversity strategy resulting in increased returns on investment
Why Should You Join?
As a member of The Business Leadership Network of Sedgwick County, you're taking great strides toward making your company the best it can be. That's what good leaders do, after all! You'll have the opportunity to learn from, and engage with like-minded business people who have walked in your shoes - and experienced high levels of success by doing so.
Employers join business leadership networks for the opportunity to engage with like-minded individuals so they can learn how to progress in the journey toward inclusion of diverse talent who happen to have disabilities.
Board of Directors
|Board of Directors|
|Chair||Kent Venters of Manpower|
|Vice Chair||Joanna Kilgore of Moxi Jucntion|
|Treasurer||Adele Dunn of Sedgwick County|
|Secretary||Lori Ellison-Zuercher of Grace Med|
|Bryan Wilson of USD 259|
|Nikki Burris of PHR-Center Industries Corporation|
|June Schneider of Ketch|
|Charles McClellan of Foulston Siefkin LLP|
|Christopher Stone, PhD of Emporia State University|
|Tawanda Johnson of Certified Placement Services LLC|
|Mickayla Fink of Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas|
|Special Projects Coordinator|
|Jeannette Livingston of Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization|
|Peter Daniels of Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization|