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Rockhurst University – Leadership Series Luncheon

March 5th was the date for the annual Rockhurst University Leadership Series Luncheon. The annual event was held at the Muehlebach Tower of the Kansas City Marriott Downtown. Carly Fiorina, bestselling author, philanthropist, and former presidential candidate, was the keynote speaker. The University also recognized 50 years of becoming a co-educational institution by honoring female leadership through the years.

Dr. Ama Karikari and Lisa Ginter greeted Jean Dunn, 2020 Rashford-Lyon Award for Leadership and Ethics honoree.

 

Lisa Ginter, Wendy Doyle, Dr. Ama Karikari, and Bridgette Williams were honored with the 2020 Rashford-Lyon Award for Leadership and Ethics.

 

 

Bill Dunn, Carly Fiorina, and Jean Dunn, honoree

 

(Front row) Marny Sherman, 2020 Rashford-Lyon Award for Leadership and Ethics honoree
(back row) Dr. Ama Karikari and Bridgette Williams, honorees

 

Carly Fiorina posed with Kelly Beck, 2020 Rockhurst University Leaders Council chairman.

 

Keynote Speaker Carly Fiorina spoke about how to inspire leadership at all levels.

 

Co-chairmen Terry and Lindsey Anderson flanked Carly Fiorina.

 

Co-chairmen Donna and Mark Teahan

 

Dr. Ama Karikari, honoree

 

Caitlin Ricker, Rockhurst University senior, delivered the closing remarks.

 

Carla O’Neill, Carly Fiorina, and Danny O’Neill

 

Wendy Doyle, honoree

Also featured in the May 30, 2020 issue of The Independent
Photo credit: Mark McDonald

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