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Featured business person: Christiane Smith

Christiane Smith, Doctor, Family Physicians of Kansas

Featured business person: Carlos Fernandez

Carlos Fernandez

Featured business person: Evan Funk

Funk followed his father into banking, but not before giving serious thought to becoming a basketball coach.

Featured business person: Dave McCurdy

Dave McCurdy

Featured business person: Emily Sylvester

Emily Sylvester

Featured business person: David Goubeaux

David Goubeaux

Featured business person: Melissa Leastman

Melissa Leastman

Featured business person: Josh Howell

Howell has been around big-time athletics most of his life, from growing up as the son of a major league baseball player to working for the athletic departments at Wichita State University and the University of Arkansas.

Featured business person: Rebecca Sisk

Sisk said being a “people person” has so far determined her career choices.

Featured business person: JD Burkholder

A sports fan, Burkholder said he’s preaching a “triangle offense” approach to agency clients.

Featured business person: David Small

Small took a little time off work to study for his certified public accounting exam, a gambit that paid off.

Featured business person: Debbie Lutz

It doesn’t surprise Lutz that she’s spent nearly 30 years with a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing mentors for at-risk children.

Featured business person: Robin McGonigle

McGonigle said her interest in the historical Jesus and early Christian church sits well with her new congregation.

Featured business person: Jan Horsfall

Horsfall joined some old friends when he started work at Universal Lubricants, and among them was CEO John Wesley, with whom he’d once worked at Valvoline.

Featured business person: Zach Woodburn

No, Woodburn wasn’t too late.

Featured business person: Jason Cole

The full title of Cole’s job – Cowley College outreach consultant for the Wichita State University Kansas Small Business Development Center – is a mouthful. But he says his role is pretty simple.

Featured business person: Stephen Stewart

Stewart was serving as master of ceremonies for the annual Go Wichita Convention & Visitors Bureau luncheon last week when organizers gave him the distinguished service award.

Featured business person: Jerry Haile

Haile earned his degree in geology from Wichita State University about the time the oil industry took a downturn, but he soon found a niche doing environmental work.

Featured business person: Randy Bradbury

Bradbury spent 30 years as a newspaper reporter and editor before going to work for the Greteman Group marketing agency as a writer in 2006.

Featured business person: Brett Burgess

Brett Burgess

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