United Community Services honors Melissa Rooker

Dec 11, 2019

Melissa Rooker, executive director of the Kansas Children’s Cabinet & Trust Fund, has received the Distinguished Public Service Award from the United Community Services of Johnson County for her efforts to build a stronger community and policies that make a positive impact on youth. She works to serve children and families’ needs and removing artificial barriers. Rooker’s vision for the Children’s Cabinet is:

“To create a universal system that provides equitable access to high-quality, mixed-delivery services…to give every child their best possible start in life.”

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