Customer service is Frederiek Toney’s priority at Ford Motor Co.
“It is a hard way to make money but it is ... a sure way to get rich slowly – slowly is the key word – if you’re disciplined and willing to work hard.”
WSU’s director of admissions likes the variety of people with whom he interacts as he works to grow the university’s enrollment.
Jason Aldean at Intrust Bank Arena and hip-hop/violin duo Black Violin at the Orpheum weren’t just fun, they were important for the economy.
He started with the Wichita printing company in 1965, armed with an accounting degree and experience working on the family farm.
When Jordan Freed entered the University of Kansas at 18, he set out to be a business major.
Goodwill’s new vice president of retail operations brings experience from a number of retail stores.
The new leader of the WSU Center for Entrepreneurship grew up in Goddard.
A telecommunications-based job in the Air Force led to a career in computers and related services
Mark Heiman is back where he wants to be.
Wichita’s politically fragmented sectors need to find common ground to move the city forward.
The Anchor owner opened a butcher shop and a second restaurant in 2014.
He took a detour from his plan to become a butcher in Ireland and ended up in Wichita.
Butler Community College’s president says she’s working to keep college affordable.
With degrees in electrical engineering, Lillian Dukes has held leadership positions at numerous businesses.
Businessman adds yet another hat to his wardrobe – that of fundraiser for the Shriners.
Brian Palmer, the new airport manager for the Newton City/County Airport, left a career as a regional airline captain to return to his roots in airport management.
A long career in banking was forged from a challenging beginning: working as a regulator during the farm crisis
Greg Reno is a farming banker and a banking farmer.
Oil, bacteria and horses all play big roles in businessman’s life
When the new Roxy’s Downtown at 412 1/2 E. Douglas has its grand opening on Nov. 28, it will also be a homecoming – not to mention a birthday – for Christine Tasheff.
The Tennessee native is the program manager for unmanned aircraft at K-State Salina.
View All Contests
BILLING / CODER
NEUROLOGY CONSULTANTS OF KANSA
MANAGERS OF DESKTOP SUPPORT
GRANT / CONTRACT SPECIALIST
View All Top Jobs