2012 Red Shoe society Auxiliary Board
Robert Aschentrop, CBIZ Benefits, Insurance, Tax & Accounting Services
Ryan McNeil, Digital Evolution Group
John Waggoner, Community Volunteer
Josh Cummings, UMB
Audrey Degrandpre, City of Kansas City, Mo.
Jodi Fischer, Community Volunteer
Andrea Hadel, The Sunflower Group
Jake Jacobson, Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics
Brandi Myers, Bank Midwest
Travis Roth, UMB
Glenn Talboy, Grant Thornton LLP
Conner Teahan, Merrill Lynch
Anne Walton, Community Volunteer
Scott Zigler, Elucidate Real Estate LLC
WHERE Do I Fit in?
How you can get involved
While there will be plenty of events and volunteer opportunities to get involved throughout the year, we are also looking for volunteers to serve on our committees.
The Membership Committee is the playground of our extroverts, sales men and women and hand-shaking Red Shoe Society (RSS) members. RSS members who choose to join the “Shakers” can expect to meet once per month to plan and develop membership orientation events, public awareness drives and campaigns to ensure that the Red Shoe Society meets and surpasses it goals in the Kansas City community.
The Social Committee or “Socialites” is home to most of our party planners and local maven Red Shoe Society members. RSS members with the desire to join this committee can expect to meet approximately once per month to develop and plan new and engaging events for RSS members and to volunteer time working with local companies and venues as representatives of Red Shoe Society and RMHC-KC in order to craft some of the most exciting events in Kansas City.
General Store Committee
The General Store Committee is the concourse of our business-minded, donation-savvy Red Shoe Society members. RSS members who choose to join the “Stockers” can expect to meet once per month to plan and coordinate volunteer schedules to staff the General Store, analyze items in need and restock the general store, and solicit and coordinate donations for items needed.
Jr. Red Shoe Society Committee
The Jr. Red Shoe Society Committee is the schoolyard for our youth-cultivating men and women Red Shoe Society members. Red Shoe Society members who choose to join the “Juniors” can expect to meet once per month to plan and develop activities to engage RSS youth membership. Jr. Red Shoe Society Committee will host several activities per year where children and parents can participate in a fun project that benefits the House.
The Sponsorship Committee is the meeting place for our Red Shoe Society networkers and connectors. Members who choose to join the "Connectors" have a knack for engaging businesses and individuals in the mission and purpose of the RSS. Members in this committee can expect to meet once per month to strategize and discuss new companies interested in supporting the RSS, as well as plans for soliciting and securing donations for RSS social events.