Topeka Woman named AARP Kansas volunteer state president

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AARP Kansas has announced the appointment of a new state president. Glenda DuBoise will serve as the volunteer leader for the state’s 340,000 members and volunteers.

“We’re thrilled to have someone with Glenda’s experience and capabilities serve as our state president,” said AARP Kansas Director Maren Turner. “She will be a great advocate for Kansans as they age as well as a great asset to AARP as we help our members examine and find the real possibilities in their lives.”

DuBoise is currently the executive director of the Antioch Family Life Center in Topeka, and an adjunct professor at Friends University, Topeka. She is a certified facilitator and business coach, and President/CEO of GKD Management Consulting and Training, LLC.

“I’m very excited to be part of an Association that works so hard to ensure its members are informed, engaged and empowered,” said DuBoise. “I’m looking forward to working with AARP Kansas staff, volunteers and partners in making sure that Kansas is a great place to live as we age.”

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