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Chamber Teams with Folly Theater to Promote Frolic 2022: Dance Divas

Chamber Teams with Folly Theater to Promote Frolic 2022: Dance Divas For the second year in a row the Mid-America LGBT Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with the Folly Theater to help with the promotion of ticket sales for their annual benefit concert known as the Folly Frolic. Folly Frolic 2022 will be very…

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American Century Investments Jackie Wagner recognized as a Global Top 100 Gamechanger

American Century Investments Jackie Wagner recognized as a Global Top 100 Gamechanger The Mid-America LGBT Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate American Century Investments, Jackie Wagner, for her recognition as a Global Top 100 Gamechanger for 2022. LGBT Great, a London-based organization that specializes in developing diversity and inclusion within the global financial services…

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Request for Information – Small Business and Childcare

Request for Information – Small Business and Childcare The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) has provided the State of Missouri unprecedented funds to increase and strengthen our state’s child care system. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Childhood is seeking your assistance help them to learn more about child care needs of…

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American Century Investment’s David Livingston receives NICSCA’s Rising Star Award

American Century Investment’s David Livingston receives NICSCA’s Rising Star Award   David Livingston receives Nicsa 2022 Rising Star Award We are proud to announce that Director of Compliance David Livingston was recognized as a 2022 Diversity Project North America Rising Star by Nicsa. Rising Stars are chosen based on their outstanding leadership abilities and commitment to creating more…

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Kansas City Women’s Chorus (KCWC) Announces New Artistic Director

Kansas City Women’s Chorus (KCWC) Announces New Artistic Director The Kansas City Women’s Chorus (KCWC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Hilary Morton as artistic director. Kansas City, Missouri The Kansas City Women’s Chorus (KCWC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Hilary Morton as artistic director. Morton brings two decades of experience as…

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Job One Rallies KC Communities to Celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) 

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Job One Rallies KC Communities to Celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)  Weekly events planned during October to recognize importance of job choices for people with disabilities  Independence/Jackson County, MO — September 28, 2022 To kick off National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) in October and commemorate the many and varied contributions of people with…

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Grow Your Business Through LGBT Business Enterprise (LGBTBE) Certification

Grow Your Business Through LGBT Business Enterprise (LGBTBE) Certification JPMorgan Chase & Co. is partnering with the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) to certify 100 LGBT+ business enterprises. Chamber membership and certification fees will be sponsored by JPMorgan Chase’s Office of LGBT+ Affairs and distributed through the NGLCC. Becoming certified as an LGBT Business…

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Significant victory for transgender and gender non-binary rights in Missouri

Transgender flag with classroom in background and RMA v Blue Springs School District Missouri Supreme Court Decission

Significant victory for transgender and gender non-binary rights in Missouri MALGBTCC Law Firm and Former Board Member Secure Hard Fought Decision.  The Mid-America LGBT Chamber sends it congratulation to Madeline Johnson, former Board member of our Chamber, and our long time member law firm Edelman Lisen & Meyers (ELM Law), on their hard-fought victory in…

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$2 Million in New Grants Aimed for LGBTQ+-owned and Ally Restaurants

$2 Million in New Grants Aimed for LGBTQ+-owned and Ally Restaurants National LGBT Chamber of Commerce Teams Up Affiliate Chambers and Grubhub to Offer $2 Million Dollars of String-Free Funds for Struggling Restaurants Impacted by Covid-19.   America’s vulnerable LGBTQ+-owned restaurants and bars serving food will find a vital lifeline this fall stemming from the…

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