Laura Wells McKnight co-owns One Celebrations, which helps companies determine the approaches to philanthropy that appeal to their employees. The result, she says, is good for the community, the company and the employees.
Laura Wells McKnight co-owns One Celebrations, which helps companies determine the approaches to philanthropy that appeal to their employees. The result, she says, is good for the community, the company and the employees. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com
Laura Wells McKnight co-owns One Celebrations, which helps companies determine the approaches to philanthropy that appeal to their employees. The result, she says, is good for the community, the company and the employees. Joe Ledford jledford@kcstar.com

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