EPIC is proud to share that our own Senior Event Producer, Lindsey Rood-Clifford, has been selected as part of the Centurions Class of 2017 following an intense application and interview process. The Centurions Leadership Development program was started 39 years ago by the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce. Alumni include CEOs, judges, nonprofit executives and community volunteers. The Centurions motto is “Learn. Serve. Lead.”
The group will spend the next two years in a self-directed program that includes close examination of the Kansas City region’s issues and opportunities, hours and hours of community service and best practices benchmarking visits to two peer cities.
“Our new class of Centurions includes young women and men from small and large, for-profit and nonprofit companies and organizations representing a cross-section of the Kansas City region,” says Jim Heeter, President and CEO of the KC Chamber. “Their next two years will involve a huge commitment from both the Centurion and the company they serve. They were chosen because they are already excelling in their work and community service. They’re about to get even busier. But it will be worth it.”
Read the Chamber's full press release.