Manuel Campos currently heads Sprint’s Hispanic Advertising initiatives. He is a member of Centurions, class of 2017, and serves on the Arts and Culture Task Force and the communications committee. Manuel earned a degree in marketing management from California State Polytechnic University and a master of business administration degree from the Graziadio School of Business at Pepperdine University.
Senior account manager, marketing and communications, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City
“Karen has assisted with Young Variety and Variety events, including Royals 5K and the annual Variety Show, managing volunteers, food and beverage, creating awareness for our mission and fundraising to support Kansas City kids.
Hats Off to Mothers Luncheon, a benefit for Open Options, will be held on May 6th at the DoubleTree by Hilton. This year’s honorees are Dr. Jeanne Drisko, Katie Dunn Fitzgerald, Jennifer Ingraham, Wendy Melland, Connie Mendolia, Patty Nigro, Jeanette Prenger, and Annette Sherrow. Laurie Ingram and Carmen Sabates are serving as co-chairmen, and Elizabeth Alex is the guest speaker.
First Call has found a wonderful friend in Lena Price. She and her husband, Tom Cohen, were chairmen of the Celebration Evening in 2013 and 2014. Lena also joined the First Call Speakers Bureau and became an active board member. In addition, she has worked tirelessly to plan the Community Gratitude Luncheon, never shying away from any opportunity to roll up her sleeves and get things done.
Rosemary Flanigan joined the Center for Practical Bioethics’ board of directors in 1986 and served as chairman in 1991. She served on the Center’s staff for 17 years, following her retirement from Rockhurst University. Thank you, Rosemary, for all you do for the Center for Practical Bioethics.