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KBCC 2014 Network Meeting Schedule

June 12, 2014  - 5:30pm
Providence Medical Center
8929 Parallel Parkway - KC, KS
Kansas City, KS

Jason Porch,
Kansas PTAC

Kathleen Conwell
Randy Nye
Providence Medical Center


July 10, 2014 - 5:30pm
Kansas City Kansas Public Library
625 Minnesota Avenue - KC, KS

Dr. Andrea Hendricks
SVP, Diversity & Inclusion
UMB Financial Corporation

Clarence Boswell,
B & L Trucking Company


August 14, 2014 - 5:30pm
Hilton Garden Inn
500 Minnesota -  KC, KS

Speaker: TBA

Hilton Garden Inn



The Kansas Black Chamber is a nonprofit organization that embodies all types of businesses, especially black and minority owned interests and partnering.  Our pur pose is to represent and serve the state of Kansas.  As a membership organization, financial health is intrinsically tied to the economic well being of our business members and the influence it has on the overall health of communities.  Sharing the weight of environmental declines, impacts future business development, and neighborhood revitalization.  The KBCC strongly believes our position is to be the catalysts for cooperative partnerships that leverage access to capital and funding opportunities for our constituents and the community at large.  In addition, the network of resources obtained through chamber members provides a valuable asset to supporting economic growth.

Advocate for your business needs

As a leader in the state of Kansas, our objective is to help create a community that is conducive for African American businesses to prosper. It is the role of the Kansas Black Chamber of Commerce to advocate and lobby on behalf of Minority and Women Business Entrepreneurs by establishing programs and networking opportunities to expand resources and businesses.