2017 Q4 - ON THE COVER

Dawn Bueler, Pep Selvan, Erika Dvorske, Chris Bay
IN THIS ISSUE
PROFESSIONAL SPOTLIGHT
Fourth Quarter 2017

LIFE BALANCE

story by Emily Mulligan
photos by Steven Hertzog

Although they were very different life events that precipitated their career changes, both Dawn Buehler and Kassie Nieters left what they were good at for what they cared about. […]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

MAKING A LIFE ON THE FARM

story by Emily Mulligan,
photos by Steven Hertzog

Jill Elmers and Jack and Kathy Wilson could not have been farther from farming in their first careers—literally and figuratively. All were working in the city at fast-paced corporate jobs with their inner compasses pointed steadily toward the urban, corporate lifestyle. […]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

IT'S ALL IN THE FAMILY

story by Tara Trenary,
photos by Steven Hertzog

These two Lawrence women put family first when choosing their careers.[…]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

EDUCATION AND BACK

story by Bob Luder
photos by Steven Hertzog

Education has always been considered a noble pursuit. Nelson Mandela called it, “the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”[…]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

BECOMING AN ARTIST

story by Julie Dunlap,
photos by Steven Hertzog

Meet three of Lawrence’s own who each have taken individual paths—and leaps of faith—landing firmly in thriving careers as artists.[…]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

A NOVEL IDEA

story by Liz Weslander
photos by STEVEN HERTZOG

These two Lawrencians Chose Careers that Both Depend Upon the Written Word. […]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

WINE, RESTAURANTS,
AND A KITCHEN STORE

story by Mike Anderson
photos by Steven Hertzog

When Brad Moore, a fourth-generation farmer, wanted to open a kitchen store in Lawrence, Kansas, he first had to tell his dad. As you can imagine, this was not an easy conversation to have. […]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

HEALING ARTS

story by Sarah Bishop,
The Lawrence Arts Center

The arts set the stage for careers in health and healthier careers.[…]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

CAREER INCUBATOR

by Tim Robisch,
photos by Steven Hertzog

Lawrence is the incubator for so many careers, leaders, innovators and trendsetters. Whether it’s on the court at Allen Fieldhouse or in the classrooms on the campus of the University of Kansas[…]

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Lawrence In Perspective
Fourth Quarter 2017

ANNIE DIGGS: A POWERFUL VOICE FOR FREEDOM

by PAT MICHAELIS, Ph.D.

Many of the greatest track and field Olympians got their start right here at the University of Kansas. […]

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Fourth Quarter 2017

ERIKA DVORSKE

Director of Strategic Partnerships and Development
Summers, Spencer & Company, P.A.
and SS&C Solutions

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LMH
Fourth Quarter 2017

LMH and OrthoKansas Join Forces

story By Caroline Trowbridge,
Marketing Communications Manager,
Lawrence Memorial Hospital

A vision to develop a regional orthopedic center of excellence recently advanced as OrthoKansas and Lawrence Memorial Hospital (LMH) agreed to a formal affiliation. […]

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NON-PROFIT
Fourth Quarter 2017

PENN HOUSE: HELPING THOSE IN CRISIS

story and photos by Steven Hertzog

Penn House offers clothing, household items and other services to stabilize individuals and families in crisis. It is also the product of one of the greatest collaborations in Lawrence history.[…]

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CITY OF LAWRENCE
Fourth Quarter 2017

CAREER DEVELOPMENT

story by Marvin Hunt,
photos by Steven Hertzog

Here at Peaslee Tech, we see hundreds of people walk through the door, and most of them are concerned about similar issues—how to get the right training so they can succeed in life, how much does it cost, and how long does it take? […]

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NEWSMAKERS
Fourth Quarter 2017

Good Energy Solutions, Inc. Awarded - Top 500 Solar Contractors

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Fourth Quarter 2017

The Trust Company of Kansas Invests in its Team of Financial Professionals

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Fourth Quarter 2017

Heartland Community Health Center and Health Care Access to join forces

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