JB+A Vice President Katie Lord has been accepted as a member of the Centurions Leadership Program’s Spring Class of 2020. Katie’s proven career success and strong commitment to greater Kansas City will help her make important contributions as a Centurion.
A program of the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce, the mission of Centurions is to prepare a representative cross-section of the community’s emerging leaders for their role in shaping the future of greater Kansas City. As a Centurion, Katie will spend two years exploring the opportunities and issues of the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Since 1976, Centurions Leadership Program has earned its reputation as an unequaled training ground for future Kansas City leaders. Today, the two-year program has more than 80 active Centurions who join more than 1,200 alumni. The program is close-knit group of women and men from diverse backgrounds who are expanding their personal and professional networks within the group and throughout the community they serve.
“I’m delighted for Katie and this honor, but I’m especially proud of her commitment – personally and professionally — to strengthening our community,” says JB+A President + CEO Jeffrey Byrne.
Grateful for the opportunity and support of the Centurion Program, Katie shares, “I am humbled to participate in this unique Kansas City leadership program as I strive to better serve both my profession in the nonprofit sector and our great community.”