The Independent's Trailblazers: Kansas City Women Signature Issue

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T I ZERS: K A N S A Dr. Shelley Cooper Diversity Telehealth

Rachel Ervin Hide Society @Hide_Society

Cynthia L. Fails LaunchCrate Publishing @CLFails

Ann Lewis Marzette Easy As Pie @EasyAsPieKC

Asia Lockett Brown Suga @BrownSugaKC_

Erin-Michelle Luttrell Eclairs de la Lune @Eclairs_de_la_Lune

Jen Mann Throat Punch Media @JenMannAuthor

Kim Randolph INCU

LaTasha Roberts James The Veil KC @TheVeilKC

Diana Russ Butter Bakery KC @ButterBakeryKC

Debra Smith Artist @DebraMarleenSmith

Katherine Blauwiekel Anne-Marie Designs @AnneMarieDesignsKC

Teri Castrop Kansas City Caramels @KansasCityCaramels

Shelia Johnson Gangsta Goodies Kitchen @GangstaGoodiesKitchen

Jessica King Fitz Collective @Fitz_KC

Ebony Paul-Harris Brown Suga @BrownSugaKC_

Makeda C. Peterson JuneteenthKC @JuneteenthKCMO

Lauren Pusateri

Mackenzie Becker MackBecks @MackBecks


T I ZERS : Members Of The 1932 Kans Mrs. Clara Stover • 1206 Main St. Started as a hobby in a Chicago apartment in 1918 the business of Mrs. Stover’s Bungalow Candies, moving westward during its growth, to Denver in 1923, where their bungalow home suggested the present name, to Kansas City in 1925, to Chicago and other cities in 1928, has expanded so that in 1932 we find outlets in seven cities with representation in thirty-eight states.

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Martha McLendon • Attorney-at-Law 1031 Scarritt Building Admitted to Bar in Missouri, 1923; entered the law offices of the late Hon. Oliver H. Dean, 1927; Divorce Proctor, 1930; now engaged in the general practice of law. Clubs: Women’s City Club, Director Business and Professional Women’s Club, Women’s Jefferson Democratic Club, League of Women Voters, Kappa Beta Pi, National Legal Sorority, Missouri Bar Association, Director Citizens’ League.

Miss Anne Sarachon Hooley Owner and Director of Sarachon Hooley Schools of Secretarial Training In these days when a secretary must have poise, character, charm, and the utmost efficiency, Miss Hooley finds there is an ever-recurring thrill in her work of building the modern girl to become “Her Highness, the Private Secretary to American Business.”