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Wednesday, September 13 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Why Communities Should Be Investing in Inclusivity - a panel discussion with Rodney Sampson

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Please join us for a panel discussion featuring Rodney Sampson on Why Communities Should Be Investing in Inclusivity.
  • Rodney Sampson, Chairman, The Opportunity Hub
  • Carlanda McKinney, Founder, Aphrodite Bra Company 
  • Wayne Threatt, Managing Principal, WBT Strategy Consulting
  • Dell Gines, Senior Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City 

Moderators
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Kirk Perucca

President & CEO, Project Equality

Speakers
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Dell Gines

Senior Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Dell Gines is the Senior Community Development Advisor for the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. His primary focus is entrepreneurship led development and entrepreneurship ecosystem building. He has authored three guides and one eBook on the subject.  Dell also is a well traveled speaker, speaking in over 18 states and 40 cities during his six years at the Bank including serving as the keynote at the National Economic Gardening Conference and the the International Community Development... Read More →
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Carlanda McKinney

Founder, Aphrodite Bra Company
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Rodney Sampson

Veteran tech entrepreneur, angel investor, startup ecosystem builder, published author, philanthropist.
Rodney Sampson is a veteran tech entrepreneur (with two exits), venture investor, selective advisor, four time published author and experienced authority of the evolution of the innovation, entrepreneurship and investment ecosystem for all. He currently serves as Chairman at Opportunity... Read More →
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Wayne Threatt

Managing Principal, WBT Strategy Consulting LLC


Wednesday September 13, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
WeWork Corrigan Station 1828 Walnut Street Kansas City, MO 64108