Co-member Alice Kitchen Receives Starr Women’s Hall of Fame Award
Congratulations to Alice Kitchen, co-member and a coordinator of the Loretto Feminist Network, who was honored at the University of Missouri – Kansas City and received the Starr Women’s Hall of Fame Award on March 12. This award is dedicated to honoring the accomplishments of women past and present whose contributions have had a lasting impact on Kansas City and beyond. Alice is a retired social worker and currently an adjunct faculty member at the University of Missouri – KC. As they say about Alice in KC, “she retired but is not resting.”
Alice has worked tirelessly on women’s rights issues. She was awarded a “Champion of Change Award” by the White House and in Kansas City she has advocated for the Convention against Discrimination in all Forms Against Women and helped make a pay equity study happen as co-chair of the Women’s Equality Coalition. Alice is now a Commissioner on the Human Rights Commission of Missouri. Alice has worked diligently on many fronts for women’s rights.
Congratulations, Alice, on all of your accomplishments and on receiving the Starr Award!