The Civic Counsel of Greater Kansas City has chosen Shook Partner Kristen Page among its Kansas City Tomorrow Leadership Class. Page, and other senior-level business executives, will engage in a yearlong program to prepare them for civic engagement and leadership in the Kansas City region. KCT selected participants through a competitive process that included in-person interviews.
“This year’s KCT class is a very strong and diverse group of Kansas City professionals,” said KCT Leadership Chair Paul Holewinski.
Page joins 29 executives who will focus on Kansas City’s most pressing issues including education, economic development, diversity and inclusion, and the KC Rising Initiative.
“I’m honored to be chosen as part of the KCT class and look forward to learning more about opportunities to help build an even stronger and better Kansas City,” stated Page.
Page represents companies on a national scale, both in state and federal court, in a wide range of business, commercial and employment matters. Human Resource Executive Magazine and Lawdragon have recognized her among the Most Powerful Employment Attorneys. In addition to her practice, she serves in a management role as practice managing partner for the Business Litigation and Public Policy practice groups.