Since 2006, Jane Chu has served as president and chief executive for the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Her mission is to find great artists and performances to showcase at the one-of-a-kind building.
A local real estate agent has turned her living room into a blooming property business. More>>
As dedicated as she is to her job, Leawood Mayor Peggy Dunn has always put family first. More>>
Athletics have long been considered a boy's club, but one woman is breaking through that barrier in Kansas City. More>>
Operation Breakthrough was started by two nuns more than four decades ago. Today it has grown and is helping even more women and families. More>>
Denise Kruse's success didn't come overnight, but she said the bumps along the way only make it that much sweeter. More>>
Gwen Grant blazed new trails when she took over management of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City. She has broken glass ceilings for both women and minorities.
She played sports at Central High School. Years later she learned about auditions for an adult women's football league and, eleven years later, she's still going strong. More>>
Celina Tio has come a long way from her days at a Quaker boarding school. The Kansas City chef has taken the culinary world by storm. More>>
A 19-year-old college student from Tonganoxie had an idea while working on an archeological dig in Peru that forever changed her life. She turned that inspiration into a multi-million dollar high-end clothing company. More>>
Pat Long, who heads up Baker University, is one of the few woman college presidents in Kansas. More>>
Kansas City pediatrician Natasha Burgert is making a name for herself in the world of social media. More>>
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