Kansas Association of Community Action Programs
621 SE Swygart
Topeka, KS 66607
Phone: (785) 234-0878
Fax: (785) 234-1652
Executive Director Tawny Stottlemire, CCAP
Tawny Stottlemire has been a non-profit manager for over twenty-one years and spent nine years as the Deputy Director of the Community Action Agency in Topeka. Tawny currently serves on the Kansas Hunger Taskforce and the National Community Action Partnership Commission on Excellence, is a Certified Community Action Professional, and has worked closely with national, state, and local organizations to address and eliminate poverty in Kansas.
KanDO! ROMA Director Tiffany Jarvis, CCAP
Tiffany started with KACAP in 2002, bringing with her a passion for helping agencies implement outcomes-based management systems. She received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Kansas, and her Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before joining the association she was working in the developmental disabilities field. Tiffancy became a CCAP in 2009.
Communications & Outreach Director Jesyca Rodenberg
Jesyca Rodenberg's communications background includes 9 years as a television and radio personality. Jesyca holds a Master's Degree in Communication Studies, with an emphasis on Rhetoric and a focus on Ethics, from Kansas State University. Her professional passions include event planning and narrative development. Personally, she is on the Board of Directors of Community Health Charities of Kansas and Missouri.
Share Your Story with KACAP
Have you benefited from a Community Action Program? Was your life changed by a Community Action employee? Were you inspired by a Poverty Simulation? Do you wish more people understood what dealing with health emergencies, food insecurity, and the special needs of children is REALLY like? Tell us. We'll listen and we'll help you share your story with those who need to hear.
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