Kansas City Central Exchange Renaissance

Point of pride . . . Insiders know that a prominent Latina almost ruined this place . . . Now they have seemingly rebounded and look stronger than ever.

Posted merely as public service info for our middle-class friends given that all your wife's classy friends & enemies hang out here . . . Check-it . . .

"The organization provides professional and personal advancement through high quality programming and engagement. The Central Exchange has partnered with the Lean In Network Kansas City to offer Lean In Circles, which are safe spaces where women can share their struggles, get advice, and network. The idea is based on Sheryl Sandburg’s book Lean In, which illustrates the importance of women connecting with other women in order to share experiences and offer support."

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TRAILBLAZING: Central Exchange

The Central Exchange was founded in 1980 by Marjorie Powell Allen and Beth Smith. The 160 founding members included Kay Barnes, Anita Butler, Joan Dillon, Adele Hall, Mamie Hughes, Dorothy Johnson, Linda Moore, Terry Satterlee, Linda Hood Talbott, and Judith Whittaker. Toni Watson was the organization's first executive director.