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Spotlight on Centurions – Bess Wallerstein Huff

Bess Wallerstein Huff is a native of Our Town. She became associated with Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in 2010 and currently is the director of marketing. Bess is a member of Centurions, class of 2019. She serves on the diversity committee and the Arts and Culture Task Force planning committee. Bess is also a member of the Johnson County Kansas Public Art Commission and a board member of the Greater Kansas City Attractions Association. Bess is married to Chris Huff, and the duo recently moved to a house with a ’60s vibe in Overland Park, Kansas. In her spare time, Bess is decorating her new home with mid-century furnishings. 

Bess Wallerstein Huff and Chris Huff

Also featured in the June 23, 2018 issue of The Independent

 

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