Join us on Wednesday, April 13 for SevenDays® 2022 Kindness Kickoff Breakfast!
Wednesday, April 13, 2022
Conversation + Coffee at 7:30 a.m. | Breakfast + Program is 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
The Foundry at Church of the Resurrection
Building B | 13720 Roe Avenue | Leawood, KS 66223
Highlights of our program include:
This event will also kick off SevenDays of Kindness.
Sponsorship information and event registration available below. Questions? Contact us >
Dayton Moore became the sixth general manager in Royals history on June 8, 2006. Under Moore’s leadership, the Royals built one of the best farm systems in baseball en route to winning the 2015 World Series in the club’s second consecutive trip to the Fall Classic, and first World Series championship since 1985. That was following the club reaching the postseason for the first time in 29 years as they won the 2014 American League championship by setting a Major League record with eight-straight wins in the playoffs. After the 2014 season, the Royals were selected as the Baseball America “Organization of the Year” for just the second time since the publication started the award in 1982, and Moore was awarded the “Executive of the Year” by Major League Baseball (GIBBY Awards) as well as the Kansas City Sports Commission. Moore, a native of Wichita, Kansas, was elected to the State of Kansas’ Baseball Hall of Fame and named Kansan of the Year by the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas. Moore was also tabbed Alumnus of the Year by George Mason University. Before joining the Royals, Moore worked in various capacities in player development for the Atlanta Braves from 1994-2006, after working an assistant baseball coach at George Mason University from 1990-94. In 2014, Moore started the “C” You In the Major Leagues Foundation to support youth baseball, education, families in crisis, and faith-based programs and organizations. Moore and his wife Marianne live in Leawood, Kansas. They have two daughters, Ashley and Avery, and a son, Robert.
As an entrepreneur, thought leader and now author, Mindy’s professional career spans from office assistant to the former CEO of a successful wealth management firm. Once a single mother dealing with divorce, Mindy has also experienced a life-threatening illness.
Reaching the pinnacle of her professional career, Mindy was in the middle of raising her talented boys when tragedy struck. Mindy’s father and oldest son were murdered by a white supremacist intent on killing Jews.
In a split second, Mindy’s life purpose changed from guiding people financially to helping people find space to learn about their differences and discover commonalities. With compassion and forgiveness Mindy shares her experience of loss as a daughter and a mother, a wife and co-worker both nationally and internationally. She encourages and motivates audiences to overcome life’s challenges, one day at a time.
Along with her family, Mindy started the Faith Always Wins Foundation promoting dialogue for the betterment of our world through kindness, faith and healing. The Foundation engages local and regional communities, businesses, cities and schools in SevenDays® Make a Ripple, Change the World, an experience which provides opportunities for all people to increase kindness through knowledge mindset and behaviors.
As a co-founder of Workplace Healing, LLC, Mindy’s vision is changing our corporate culture from primarily a head-based environment to include a path for heart-based conversations. Life disruptions touch every human. Our co-workers have the unique ability to be part of our healing strategy when they know what to say and when to say it.
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