Rose Brooks Center CEO Recognized by KC Business
Susan Miller honored as one of KC’s Most Influential Women
Rose Brooks Center CEO, Susan Miller, will be honored Thursday, March 10 at KC Business’ Most Influential Women event at the World War I Museum from 5:00 to 7:30 pm.
Miller is being recognized by the Kansas City community for her tremendous work turning Rose Brooks Center into one of the most recognized and well-respected non-profit agencies in the city. For 15 years, Miller has been the visionary leader behind this vital community resource providing safety and services to women and children suffering from domestic violence.
“I am incredibly honored to be recognized alongside these amazingly successful business women,” said Miller, “and grateful to represent Rose Brooks Center – its staff, Board, and volunteers – and the thousands of families we serve.”
Rose Brooks Center is the leader in domestic violence programs and services, supporting over 2,000 women and children each week and providing more than 53,000 safe nights annually to families escaping abusive homes. The agency is currently raising funds to add much-needed shelter space in order to protect more families in Kansas City.
Thirty-four of our city's most interesting and successful women were selected as KC Business’ 2011 class of Influential Women. To see a complete list of the 2011 Class of Influential Women, please visit KCBCentral.com.