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Interns Choose Wichita

by Barry SchwanOwner, House of Schwan, Inc.2016 Chairman of the Board for the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce Barry Schwan 2016 Chamber ChairmanLyndsey Edwards has opted to stay in Wichita after completing her Bachelor of Arts in Communication at ...

Finding a ‘forever home’ in Wichita

Madison Harris interned in our Communications Department during the spring 2016 semester. She graduated from Valley Center High School last month and plans to attend Butler Community College for Mass Communications in the fall. She will then attend ...

Chambers cohost Kansas Commerce Secretary

Kansas Secretary of Commerce Antonio Soavo met Wichita City Council member Lavonta Williams during the Chamber reception held yesterday.Yesterday the Chamber cohosted an after-work reception with the Wichita Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for Kansas ...

Cargill Strengthens Their Community Commitment

Cargill Vice President Brian Sikes announced at a news conference today that Cargill will remain in Wichita.The Chamber was honored to host today's news conference about Cargill's decision to continue to be a vital part of our business community. ...

Tyler Heffron covers the Leadership Wichita selection process

Nominations for the Chamber’s 2016 Leadership Wichita class are underway. This is the third post in a three-part series with answers to questions about the program. See Monday's blog post for answers to questions 1-3 by 1999 Leadership Wichita ...

Denise Sherman on the value of investing and participating in Leadership Wichita

Denise Sherman- MSOD, PHR is the Director of Organizational Partnerships with Southwestern College and a 2003 Leadership Wichita graduateNominations for the Chamber’s 2016 Leadership Wichita class are underway. This is the second post in a ...

Tammy Allen on what differentiates Leadership Wichita from other programs

Nominations for the Chamber’s 2016 Leadership Wichita class opened today. Three Leadership Wichita graduates are answering questions about the program this week on the Chamber’s blog. Tammy Allen, a 1999 Leadership Wichita graduate, is ...

Join the #ILoveWichita Movement

Promoting the community is one of the Chamber’s four focus areas, directly aligning with the #ILoveWichita movement. The campaign was inspired by our Young Professionals of Wichita (YPW) leadership and has been gaining momentum over the last ...
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