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2019 City-to-City Leadership Visit to San Antonio

Sixty-three local Wichita leaders made the trip to San Antonio. The group heard from over 40 city leaders on economic development, mental health, homelessness and education. 

Digital Wichita Elevates Local Social Media Practices

MEMBER MINUTE WITH DIGITAL WICHITADigital Wichita joined the Chamber on Monday, April 2. We've interviewed their co-chair, Phil Mershon, for a profile of the organization and to introduce the group to our membership. Some of the current Digital ...

Wichita Public Schools Show Community Pride

In case you missed it, yesterday's monthly Wichita Eagle Chamber Update contained photos and information about how the Wichita Public Schools have been working with the business community on the #ILoveWichita campaign. Three initiatives are ...

Leadership is Key to a Strong Education System

Gary Plummer is the President & CEO of the Wichita Metro Chamber of CommerceWe applaud the Board of Education of Wichita Public Schools for inviting public input as they begin their search for a new superintendent. Replacing an administrator as ...

Chamber Doubles Down on Education Policy

A new policy group at the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce will give business a stronger voice on future education issues, particularly at the state level. Barry Schwan 2016 Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Wichita Metro Chamber of ...

Friends University making positive strides

Gary Plummer is the President & CEO of the Wichita Metro Chamber of CommerceI had the good fortune of attending a “State of the Organization” breakfast this week at Friends University in Wichita. Friends President Amy Bragg Carey ...

Real dialogue. Real leadership.

Gary Plummer is the President & CEO of the Wichita Metro Chamber of CommerceThe letter below was published in today's Wichita Eagle.A constitutional crisis is upon us. The Kansas Supreme Court has threatened to close schools on July 1 if the ...

Chamber benefits from Kara's classroom break

Kara Belew shared her considerable talents with the Chamber this summer and returns to USD#259 classrooms this month.Some people fill every molecule in the air with electric energy as soon as they breeze through the door. Kara Belew is one of those ...

Recap of the 2014 Education Issue Forum

School superintendents from the Andover, Derby, Goddard, Maize, and Wichita public schools took part in a moderated discussion on education in front of 200 attendees at a luncheon hosted by the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce on March 13. You can ...
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