Cathy Betz interview - 02/24/2015

Cathy Betz was born in Grundy County, MO and has lived in Liberty, MO for the past 25 years. She has a Master's degree in Library and Information Services and a Specialist degree in Education Administration. She taught 37 years in Kansas City area public schools districts including Kearney, Liberty and Raytown, where she was a teacher, library media specialist, and district library coordinator. Cathy is currently working in a public library setting.

Flo Biehl Interview- 12/15/2014

Flo Biehl was born in 1930, at home on the family farm near Burns, KS, on the edge of the Flint Hills. She lived and attended public schools there until she enrolled at Kansas State University at the young age of seventeen. After graduation, she taught high school Home Economics in a number of Kansas schools before marrying and raising a family. Moving with her husband and sons to Olathe in the early 1960s, she participated in K-State Research and Extension programming, particularly clothing construction and the tailoring classes.

Dr. Serese Cannon and Dr. LaTedra Collins Interview - 05/31/2014

Serese M. Cannon, D.D.S. has over 20 years experience in pediatric dentistry and surgery. In 1992 she began her own practice, Children’s Dental Care, in Kansas City, MO. A graduate of Howard University Dental School in Washington, DC, Dr. Cannon serves on the Alumni Board and as the schools Regional Representative. Dr. Cannon gives back to her professional field by being a mentor. Dr. Cannon will be in conversation with a fellow mentor, Dr. LaTedra M. Collins. Dr. LaTedra M.

Stan Cramer Interview - 05/31/2014

Stan Cramer worked 35 years in various news and management positions at CBS affiliate KCTV. He spent the bulk of his career producing and airing consumer/investigative news reports, special projects, and interview programs. He exposed rip-offs and scams and helped consumers recover millions of dollars when they were cheated or misled. His nightly reports became the most recognizable news series in the market. Numerous national and local organizations recognized him for his service to the community.