Retired Senior Vice President, Martin Eby Construction
Trees for Life
Vice President, Trees for Life
Former President, Krause Plough Corporation
Retired Intensive English Instructor, Wichita State University
Robert S. Doenges
Retired Assistant Headmaster, Wichita Collegiate School
Dean, College of Education, Wichita State University
Retired President, Board of Education, Wichita Public Schools
Attorney, Foulston Siefkin LLP
Head of Early Childhood, Wichita Collegiate School
Reed Jules Oppenheimer
Dr. Adam Smith
Sustainable Development, Missouri Botanical Gardens
President and COO, Intrust Bank
Executive Director, TOP Early Learning Centers
Owner, Vandercreek Consulting New Media Design
Vik Wall, M.D.
Former Mayor, City of Wichita
Conflict of Interest Policy
The following statements regarding Conflict of Interest were adopted by the board as part of the revised Bylaws on July 20, 2018, in “Article II: Trustees”:
Section 13. Disclosure. A Trustee, or any business or organization in which he or she has a direct or indirect interest, having business dealings with the corporation shall provide complete disclosure to the Board prior to commencement of said dealings. A Trustee doing business with the corporation as a client may not enjoy rates or arrangements preferential to those available to similarly situated clients.
Section 14. Conflict of Interest. Whenever a Trustee or Officer has a financial or personal interest in any matter coming before the Board, the affected person shall a) fully disclose the nature of the interest and b) withdraw from discussion, lobbying, and voting on the matter. Any transaction or vote involving a potential conflict of interest shall be approved only when a majority of disinterested Trustees determine that it is in the best interest of the corporation to do so. The minutes of meetings at which such votes are taken shall record such disclosure, abstention and rationale for approval.