In this interview, CIO Lonnie Johnson shares how technology fuels everything we do at KVC and how it helps our clients.
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In this interview, President/CEO Jason Hooper of KVC Health Systems gives insight into leading the behavioral health and child welfare organization.
Johnson has been with the organization for 17 years, most recently as Executive Vice President of Business Information Technology.
Answering this question gives us a chance to tell you both about our history and our future… where we’ve been, and where we’re going.
Rita Holmes-Bobo will serve as Executive Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for KVC Health Systems, a behavioral healthcare and child welfare leader. She is also President of Niles Home for Children which is part of the KVC family.
Non-profit organizations, child welfare leaders, philanthropists, engineers and leaders from the technology sector attended a two-day event to discuss ways to improve the foster care system through technology-focused solutions.
Since 1980, Wayne Sims has grown KVC exponentially from a single home serving at-risk children in Kansas City, Kan. to a national organization serving nearly 60,000 children and families each year across the U.S.
Read the latest stories of how KVC is helping children and families across the U.S.
Wayne Sims, who grew the organization exponentially over the past 35 years, will retire at the end of 2015 and leave a legacy of caring.
Jason Hooper, newly-named President of KVC Health Systems, has another new title: the Kansas City Business Journal has recognized him a 2015 NextGen Leader.