Podcast: Changing Demographics of Kansas, Live from KCCM

Posted on May 18, 2018


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Amy Rhoads
Police Sergeant
Lawrence, KS
LinkedIn

Ileana Serrano
Data Dissemination Specialist
US Census Bureau
LinkedIn

Cathy Boyer-Shesol
Project Manager
Mid-America Regional Council
LinkedIn | Twitter

From data to policing, the impact of demographics. Three panelists shared their expertise on how Kansas is changing: Sergeant Amy Rhoads, from Lawrence, KS, Ileana Serrano, from the US Census Bureau, and Cathy Boyer-Shesol, from the Mid-America Regional Council. Each shared their perspective on how the workplace is changing, how Kansas is changing and more.



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