Congressional Forum: KCK Mayor Elect David Alvey

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Name: Congressional Forum: KCK Mayor Elect David Alvey
Date: January 19, 2018
Time: 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM CST
Registration: Sorry, registration for this event is closed. Please call the Chamber office at 913-371-3070.
Event Description:
The KCK Chamber is honored to welcome Mayor Elect David Alvey to the first Congressional Forum of 2018 - kicking off the 50th year anniversary of the program. Congressional Forum is the Chamber's public policy series featuring local, state and federal representatives to speak about issues relevant to the area's business community. 

KCK Mayor Elect David Alvey

Employment History
2013- Present: Assistant Principal for Faculty Formation at Rockhurst High School in Kansas

City, Missouri.
Primary responsibilities include the development, implementation and evaluation of professional and spiritual development programs for Rockhurst High School faculty, staff and administration.

1994- 2013- Dean of Students at Rockhurst High School.
Primary responsibilities included the development, communication, and enforcement of student discipline and attendance.

1990-1994: Director, Student Support Program of Full Circle Programs, Inc., Marin County, CA.
Primary responsibilities included the development, implementation, and evaluation of academic and social support programs for students at risk of dropping out of the Tamalpais Union High School District.

Public Service Experiences

2015- Present: Member of the Board of the Turner Community Connection (a neighborhood business revitalization group).

2009- Present: Member of the Kansas City (Kansas) Board of Public Utilities. The Board of Public Utilities provides water and power to the residents of Kansas City, Kansas.
Board President: 2012-2014
Board Vice-President 2013-2014
Board Secretary 2012-2013
2011-Present: Regional Representative, Policymakers Council of the American Public Power Association, Crystal City, VA.

2003-2009: Member, Planning and Zoning Commission of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas

Areas of Expertise
As one responsible for the formation of others, whether adolescents or adults, I have grown to appreciate how important it is not only to listen to others, but to help them to listen to themselves, that is, to listen to their frustrations and problems, but also to their own good
desires, talents and gifts. In so doing an individual is progressively freed to make the good choices that they need in order to face their difficulties and thus to grow and succeed. This process is fundamental to the growth of any organization as well, for it is the individuals in an organization who either drive or impede its growth.


1995-1997: Completed 15 (fifteen) hours of graduate work in Public Administration at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

1988-1990: Completed 30 (thirty) hours of graduate work at the Jesuit School of Theology at the Graduate Theological Union at Berkeley, CA.

1987: Completed 24 (twenty-four) hours of undergraduate work in secondary education at Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

1985: Graduated, Summa Cum Laude, Philosophy and Letters, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO.

1984: Completed 30 (thirty) hours in humanities studies at Creighton University, Omaha, NE.

Formational Experiences

1980- 1990: In training for ordination to the priesthood in the Roman Catholic Church; member of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Training in the Jesuits included a completion of a total of 184 (one hundred and eighty-four) hours of undergraduate coursework (including those listed above). Training also included:

  • annual eight-day spiritual retreats
  • one 30 (thirty) day silent retreat
  • in-house studies
  • Spanish language immersion at Universal Language Institute, Cuernavaca, Mexico.
  • service to the community: four months teaching in Corozal, Belize; one year volunteer work with the staff at the St. Louis Association of Community Organizations; four months full-time work at the Little Sisters of the Poor nursing home in Denver, CO; two summers full-time work as a camp counselor at Camp Santa Maria, Bailey, CO; one summer as camp cook at Camp Buford, Alpine, WY; two years of ministry with Oakland CatholicCharities to the residents of the Alameda County Juvenile Detention Facility in San Leandro, CA; three years work as a teacher and coach at Rockhurst High School; one summer as recruiter and director of the Rockhurst Enrichment Program for inner-city boys
Children's Mercy Park
1 Sporting Way
Kansas City, KS 66111
Date/Time Information:
Friday, Jan. 19
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.    
Contact Information:
Katelyn McInerney
***Please note*** Congressional Forum Membership is separate from KCK Chamber Membership. Members pay an annual fee of $400 to attend 12 events in the year and premium members pay $600 with an opportunity to bring a guest. 

Guests of Congressional Forum Members-$40
Non-Congressional Forum Member Guests-$50


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