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To combat the spread of COVID-19, the Kansas Leadership Center launched “Kansas Beats the Virus,” a public health partnership with the State of Kansas. For its part, KLC called on its partners and alumni to hold 1,000 community meetings across the state by December 31. The goal? To inspire local solutions that keep Kansans healthy, schools and businesses open and our economy strong amidst the pandemic. Our team of professional facilitators guided meetings to produce a specific action plan for each group that will help slow the spread of the virus in their community.

 

Progress 

Goal: 1,000 community meetings and action plans by December 31, 2020

Total Meetings Scheduled

Meetings Completed

Action Plans Launched

Purpose:

Control the spread of COVID-19.

Strategy:

Mobilize Kansans to generate local solutions.

Results:

Develop community-specific experiments that can lead to behavior-changing action.

Map of Kansas Counties that plan to hold community action plan meetings

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Carrie Lindeman
316-393-1076
[email protected]

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