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Woman on a Mission: Kaitlyn Sester

Friday, November 1, 2019

It’s an incredibly rewarding gift to serve the YWCA. – Kaitlyn Sester Kaitlyn Sester YWCA Board of Directors, Vice President #ONAMISSION for 3 years How did you first get involved at the YWCA? I joined the women’s event committee because I love party planning, but then found a deep passion for our mission and wanting… Continue Reading Woman on a Mission: Kaitlyn Sester

We Have Strength in Numbers: A Note from Kathleen’s Desk

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

  Dear Friends, 316. 316 is the number of volunteers on record who have given their time and talent to YWCA Northeast Kansas in the past year. Although the official value of a volunteer is calculated as $23.35 per hour, the volunteers here at YWCA Northeast Kansas are invaluable to our mission of eliminating racism, empowering women,… Continue Reading We Have Strength in Numbers: A Note from Kathleen’s Desk

Woman on a Mission: Tara Wallace

Friday, October 18, 2019

  We ALL have a voice meant to be used. When you raise yours for the right cause, the harmony you will create is beautiful. – Tara Wallace   Tara Wallace YWCA Board of Directors #ONAMISSION since April 2019 How did you first get involved at the YWCA? I attended several community events before being… Continue Reading Woman on a Mission: Tara Wallace

YWCA Annual Week Without Violence: Rallying Community Support for Survivors of Domestic Violence

Friday, October 11, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TOPEKA – YWCA Northeast Kansas is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. For more than 20 years, the second week in October has been dedicated to a Week Without Violence. Week Without Violence is part of a global movement to end violence… Continue Reading YWCA Annual Week Without Violence: Rallying Community Support for Survivors of Domestic Violence

Woman on a Mission: Liz Steffen

Monday, October 7, 2019

  To be a good leader, you have to participate. The worst thing you can do in a board service position is to sit back and watch things unfold. Get involved, ask questions, offer opinions, listen, learn a new perspective – these actions will make your organization stronger and help you grow personally and professionally.… Continue Reading Woman on a Mission: Liz Steffen