David Ball, Ball’s Food Stores; has continued the philanthropic legacy started by his parents through his leadership and support of KVC Health Systems. David currently serves as KVC’s executive board co-chairman and provides guidance, campaign leadership, personal gift giving, and support of KVC.
Keri Maginn is the director of business operations at DRAW Architecture + Urban Design. She is a member of Centurions, class of 2018. Keri is a member of the social committee and serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure Task Force. She enjoys making meals for families at Ronald McDonald House and serving lunch at the Kansas City Community Kitchen.
Dolly Wood, occupational therapist, The University of Kansas Hospital
“In addition to her leadership skills to many organizations, Dolly is also the first one to get in the trenches when an important cause needs someone to solicit sponsors or help set up on the day of an event. There are hundreds of us who have been inspired to give more, do more or do better because Dolly has convinced us that a life that includes serving others is a life worth living.
Tiffany Bruce is a member of Centurions, class of 2018, and serves on the recruiting committee. She is the development director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City, and has been with the agency for nine years. Tiffany has been a Big Sister to her Little Sister, M´racle, for the last four years. In her spare time, Tiffany and her boyfriend, Ben, enjoy renovating their house in Brookside.
Jeremy Schafer’s commitment to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City is unmatched. He has raised funds for the organization, recruited his network to become Bigs, involved his company, Allstate Protective Solutions, and helped lead the agency to its most successful year to date.