CHIEF DIVERSITY OFFICER
Hello, my name is Jessica Loera and I am so honored and excited to start this new journey with the KCN. I am a 2015 GBHS alum as well as a 2020 FHSU Alum and I am currently studying at WSU. I have always enjoyed working within my community and trying to help shape and inspire the youth within. During my undergrad I had the opportunity to coach for the local middle school girls soccer team and at FHSU I was actively involved in the NSLS (National Society of Leadership and Success). I was the SNT (Student Networking Team )Leader and in this organization we put together opportunities for students as well as our community such as a working on activity planning and talking about our goals and then enjoying pottery class together, as well as hosting a blood drive during a FHSU basketball game for students and the community.
One of my passions is helping others especially those who may be underrepresented in our communities and that is why I am so honored and excited to work as the new Diversity and Inclusion officer for KCN. I am excited to see how all of us together, can make a change.
HEALTH EQUITY, DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION PROGRAM ASSOCIATE
Hello, my name is Bryana Loisranoi I was born and raised in Salina, KS and I am a current student at Wichita State University. This upcoming May I will be graduating with my Bachelors in Dental Hygiene with minors in Psychology and Health management. I have been an active member of Ambassadors of Diversity and Inclusion, and as a representative of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, I have brought awareness to diversity, inclusion, and equity issues on campus and in the community. As I move on in my professional career, I hope to bring awareness of the importance of diversity, inclusion, and equity in healthcare. My goals are to hopefully create programs to help underserved communities receive the healthcare that they deserve.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
"It is one of the most beautiful compensations of life that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself. Serve and thou shall be served"