2019 Program

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2018 Program Recap

The first-ever Training Camp was a sold out event. Jessica Palm opened the day by announcing new TeamKC tools. Keith Slifer welcomed attendees and introduced the keynote, Cheryl Cran. The event's keynote speaker, Cheryl Cran, hosted an engaging program with insights on the future of work. Exiting TeamKC Co-Chair Erin Dill announced the first-ever MVP Award winner. The recruitment team at Children's Mercy took the stage to receive our inaugural MVP award. Davyeon Ross shared his insights on taking risks and building an employer brand. Allyson Webster shared insights on her organization's diversity and inclusion strategies. Dayton Moore spoke on how to create a winning team. Carla Moore inspired attendees to leap into transformational leadership. TeamKC Co-Chair Jen Parker closed the show.
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2018 Keynote:

TKC.Summit.CherylHeadshot-web.V1Cheryl Cran is an award winning international consultant, best-selling author and highly sought after keynote speaker, and she has worked in multiple industries, with hundreds of clients and thousands of leaders worldwide. 

Cran’s research and thought leadership on the Future of Work and Change Leadership have been featured in CNBC, Huffington Post, Metro New York, Readers Digest, Financial Post, Fox, Entrepreneur magazine and more. In addition, Cheryl’s reputation as a Future of Work and Leadership Expert has landed her on numerous Top Influencers lists on social media.

Her client partners include globally known brands such as AT&T, Ceridian, BDO, Gartner, Johnson & Johnson, E3 Wealth, Manulife and more. Cheryl also works and partners with mid-sized as well as boutique sized companies.

Cheryl has also been a featured keynote speaker for numerous Universities including the University of British Columbia, University of Victoria, Duke University Singapore, University of Hawaii, Douglas College, Association of Colleges USA and more.

She is the author of the 6 books including “The Art of Change Leadership – Driving Transformation In a Fast Paced World”, and the best seller “101 Ways to Make Generations X, Y and Zoomers Happy at Work”.

Cheryl Cran is the founder of the online leadership training portal Evolutionary Leadership Training. Cheryl’s (r)evolutionary programs provide virtual skill building with optional coach support for leaders on the journey towards leadership mastery.

Cheryl is also the co-founder of Leadership Skills for Kids a gamified app that teaches fundamental leadership skills for kids with partial proceeds donated to charities benefiting children around the world.

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Davyeon Ross | ShotTracker

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Co-Founder, ShotTracker

An innovative technology leader and widely recognized entrepreneur, Davyeon Ross has more than 16 years of experience in the technology space. Ross is currently a Co-founder of ShotTracker Inc and a Partner BlackOps Dev a software development and investment firm.

In Oct. 2011, Digital Sports Ventures, founded by Davyeon Ross, was acquired by Digital Broadcasting Group, a top 5 Video Ad Network headquartered in New York, with offices in Los Angeles, Chicago and now Overland Park KS. As part of the acquisition, DBG named Ross, Executive Vice President, Publisher Solutions. Ross’ responsibilities including overseeing product development around the company’s Content Library Platform (CLiP), Content Acquisition and the syndication and distribution of DBG’s six content verticals within CLiP.

As CEO of Digital Sports Ventures, Davyeon Ross negotiated the rights to Division I college sports video across seven major conferences, and set the strategy for the company’s portfolio of content and interactive technologies. His vision of uniting college sports and digital media into affordable, turnkey solutions has opened new doors for publishers, advertisers and agencies seeking to engage sports fans in a targeted manner.

Prior to launching Digital Sports Ventures, Ross served as lead technical and management consultant for eVergance Partners, managing projects across the United States, Europe and Canada for clients including Research in Motion (BlackBerry), T-Online, Business Objects, Sasktel, Mattel, Siemens Medical Systems, Nortel Networks and others. Prior to eVergance, Ross began his technology career as a software engineer for Sprint, playing critical roles in the development of the company’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Knowledge Management applications.

A native of Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies, Ross earned a B.S. in Computer Science from Benedictine College and an MBA from Mid-America Nazarene University. Ross is also a 2009 Pipeline Fellow.

Allyson Webster | Bank of America

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Human Resources Executive with Bank of America in Boston

Allyson Webster is the Human Resources executive for Global Commercial Banking (GCB), Business Banking (BB) and Global Banking Learning & Leadership Development executive. In this role, she leads a team of human resources professionals to design and deliver human resources strategies for the business and is responsible for the learning, talent management, leadership development and organizational design for the company’s Global Banking organization. Prior to this role, Webster served as GCB Leadership Development executive and was responsible for spearheading leadership development processes and plans to drive higher business performance focusing on the following areas: organizational health, change management, talent development, and employee satisfaction and engagement. She joined Bank of America in 2005 supporting Global Wealth & Investment Management Premier Banking, where she provided counsel and support to several business leaders on all human resources matters.

With more than 20 years of human resources experience, before joining Bank of America Webster served as a Human Resource manager for PeopleSoft, Inc. from 2000-2005 where she was responsible for talent management and development for PeopleSoft Consulting. Previous to that, she spent several years at Aon Risk Services and held various HR positions within the flexible staffing industry.

A native of Maine, Webster received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She has been a member of the Global Employee & Engagement Council for Human Resources and recently served on the Board of Directors for Families for Depression Awareness, a national nonprofit organization helping families recognize and cope with depressive disorders to get people well and prevent suicides.

Webster resides in Ayer, Massachusetts with her husband and two sons.

Dayton Moore | Kansas City Royals

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General Manager, KC Royals

Dayton Moore is in his 11th full season with the Kansas City Royals, being named Senior Vice President-Baseball Operations/General Manager on May 30, 2006. He officially assumed his duties, becoming the sixth general manager in franchise history, on June 8, 2006.

From day one, the goal Moore set out to accomplish was bringing a World Championship back to Kansas City, a dream that was brought to fruition in 2015. The Royals bested the New York Mets in five games to win the franchise's first World Series championship in 30 years. The club became just the fourth since 2000 to reach the Fall Classic in back-to-back seasons after falling to the San Francisco Giants in the 2014 World Series.

Keeping homegrown talent has been key to the Royals' success as half of KC's 2015 postseason roster played at least one full season in the club's minor league system, while 11 of those players were either drafted by the Royals or signed as non-drafted free agents. Since joining the franchise in 2006, Moore and his staff have tirelessly worked to build a consistently strong farm system that was rated by Baseball America, MLB.com and ESPN.com as the best in baseball in 2011. The entire operation was honored in 2014 as the 'Organization of the Year' by Baseball America, marking just the second time the franchise has won since the publication debuted the award in 1982.

Moore's tenure in Kansas City has been one of the most successful runs in franchise history as the Royals have boasted 12 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards, 24 All-Star Game selections, two Louisville Silver Sluggers and a Cy Young Award winner in his first 11 seasons. Over the past three seasons, the Royals have won the third-most games (265) in the American League, while their .545 winning percentage is tied for sixth-highest in the Majors in that span.

A leader in the Kansas City community, Moore is a regular speaker at numerous community events each year. In 2013, Moore started the "C" You In the Major Leagues Foundation. It was created to support youth baseball, education, families in crisis and faith-based programs and organizations.

Moore was a member of the Board of Directors of the NAIA's Champions of Character program from 2007-10. The program instills an understanding of character values in sport and provides practical tools for student-athletes, coaches and parents to use in modeling exemplary character traits. Following the 2014 season, Moore was named the Kansan of the Year by the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas, elected to the Kansas Baseball Hall of Fame and tabbed the Alumnus of the Year at George Mason University. He was also named the "Executive of the Year" by the Kansas City Sports Commission.

Moore and his wife, Marianne, are proud to be involved with the City Union Mission of Kansas City including their service as co-chairs of the Women Who've Changed the Heart of the City banquet in 2011 and 2012.

Moore graduated from George Mason in 1989 with a degree in physical education and health. Three years later, he earned his master's degree in athletic administration from GMU. He and his wife, Marianne, reside in Leawood, Kan., and have two daughters, Ashley and Avery, and a son, Robert.

Carla Moore | HBO

CarlaMooreheadshotCarla Moore is Vice President of Sales Strategy and Education for Home Box Office (HBO) in New York.  She is leading the charge to redefine the company’s brand training narrative, discover new sales approach strategies and develop specialized sales training curriculum and continuous education programs for sales brand ambassadors. 

Her career with HBO began 20 years ago as an entry‐level sales trainer.  Before transitioning to her current role, Carla was VP of Talent Acquisition driving innovative talent management strategies to support the growing need for a more digitally adept, multicultural, multigenerational workforce at HBO.

The cornerstone of Carla’s career at HBO has been in Domestic Network Distribution, with her most recent DND role leading a sales and marketing team serving 3.7 million HBO and Cinemax subscribers representing $400 million in annual revenues. Her team helped bring next generation products to market, identified new revenue prospects and created opportunities to leverage HBO content across multiple platforms to drive subscriber growth.

Prior to joining HBO, Carla managed customer service operations for Comcast and Sprint Communications. She is an active member in the media industry and a graduate of two leading industry programs: CTAM U at Harvard Business School and NAMIC Executive Leadership Program at Darden School of Business at University of Virginia. Carla sits on several industry and civic organization boards. She received her MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management in Chicago.

She is also a leadership author, transformation speaker and certified professional coach. Her new book CRASH! Leading Through The Wreckage captures the lightening moment that led to Carla’s epiphany about the role of personal transformation in improving leadership. CRASH! is now available for pre-order on Amazon.com.

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