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2011 WJA

Jessica L. Kruse

Jessica L. Kruse began her legal career because her husband-to-be owned several Subway franchises.

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Caroline Saunders

Caroline Saunders likes to say she does a little bit of everything. It’s a common refrain for those who work as an in-house general counsel, and Saunders wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Arimeta R. DuPree

The neighborhood where Arimeta DuPree lives, the one she returned to after she became a lawyer, isn’t Kansas City’s best.

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S.I. (Stacie) Strong

After a few years as an editor at a book-packaging firm in California, Stacie Strong moved on to law school at Duke University, and she knew exactly what she wanted to do — international litigation at a large firm.

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Hillary Sale

Forget the ivory tower. In Professor Hillary Sale’s world, questions are practical, applicable and ultimately affect the bottom line.

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Prudence Willett Kramer

Not everyone is comfortable with chaos, but Prudence Willett Kramer has to be. It’s her job.

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Allison L. Bergman

When Allison Bergman looks out over downtown Kansas City from her office, she sees a city she’s helping to restore one building at a time.

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Garnett Matthews-Campbell

Garnett Matthews-Campbell has had jobs in software training, real estate and the court education system. Now she’s a University of Missouri law student who plans to graduate in May.

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Phyllis Norman-Komoroski

Phyllis Norman-Komoroski’s career ended up a long way from where she once envisioned it, and that suits her just fine.

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Francie Broderick

Even after almost 40 years of helping the homeless, Francie Broderick cries when she talks about people with mental health issues and nowhere to turn.

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Cheryl Kelly

Cheryl Kelly is a force, and she’s at her best when she’s in motion.

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