The United Way of Greater Kansas City on Wednesday began its annual campaign to help the community’s needy. At the kickoff luncheon, the United Way announced its first Latino Leadership Initiative as part of its commitment to diversity. The leader of the new initiative is Beto Lopez, vice president at Arvest Bank. He spoke about the initiative, saying, “Latino and Latina leaders in the community will help identify issues facing the Latino community.”
The United Way of Greater Kansas City on Wednesday began its annual campaign to help the community’s needy. At the kickoff luncheon, the United Way announced its first Latino Leadership Initiative as part of its commitment to diversity. The leader of the new initiative is Beto Lopez, vice president at Arvest Bank. He spoke about the initiative, saying, “Latino and Latina leaders in the community will help identify issues facing the Latino community.” SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star
The United Way of Greater Kansas City on Wednesday began its annual campaign to help the community’s needy. At the kickoff luncheon, the United Way announced its first Latino Leadership Initiative as part of its commitment to diversity. The leader of the new initiative is Beto Lopez, vice president at Arvest Bank. He spoke about the initiative, saying, “Latino and Latina leaders in the community will help identify issues facing the Latino community.” SHANE KEYSER The Kansas City Star

United Way campaign kickoff is all about need in Kansas City

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