Hunter Harris, a partner from LANE4 Property Group, has officially joined the 2016 class of Leadership Kansas, a nationally recognized program affiliated with the Kansas Chamber that aims to develop and motivate Kansas leaders. Each year, the organization selects 40 individuals that demonstrate social responsibility and the potential to play a leadership role within the state.
Harris, a lifelong resident of Kansas, has spearheaded major projects that have spurred economic growth and development in the state. Throughout his career, Harris has focused on development projects that elevate their surrounding neighborhoods and ‘encourage lasting advancement,’ including projects like 39 Rainbow and La Plaza Argentine. Both aimed to provide local residents with much needed services and amenities, jump start additional projects to transform struggling neighborhoods into thriving commercial corridors.
Hunter is a board member on the Cancer Funding Partners for the University of Kansas Cancer Center and is past president for The Friendship Inn, a nonprofit providing a “home away from home” for families of hospital patients.
The mission of Leadership Kansas is to identify leaders, inform them of key local issues, and inspire them to maintain involvement in social, business, and political fabric of Kansas communities. Graduates of this program include former U.S. House representatives, Senators, state governors, business owners and CEOs, and education leaders including university presidents and members of the Kansas Board of Regents.
To see the full list of 2016 class members, click here.