My story is just one part of a larger Kansas story. And it would not be possible without the support and effort of many individuals over the decades. With that in mind, I am pleased to launch a new effort in partnership with the Kansas Oral History Project and the Kansas Historical Society. We want you to share your story—and contribute to a larger conversation about civic leadership.
So, I invite you to share your memories of working with me as well as your own leadership story. Preserving the lessons of leadership includes conducting interviews as well as sharing and scanning photos and documents that will be archived at the Kansas State Historical Society.
Learn more about the project and join the conversation here.
Jay Price, Professor of History at Wichita State University, is coordinating this project and will be following up with you to learn more about your story. This is a chance to help preserve a dynamic and important part of Kansas history and U.S. history, and I encourage you to be part of this project.
As has been my goal from the start, I want this to be an exchange—and I want to advance a dialogue that moves us forward. So, I hope you'll reach out and let us know how you'd like to be involved. We will use your feedback to shape the digital tools and spaces that you prefer—and that will advance and facilitate this exchange most effectively.
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