Speaker Date Topic
Dr. Greg Mosier Jan 19, 2021 12:00 PM
Kansas City Kansas Community College
Kansas City Kansas Community College

Dr. Greg Mosier is a tested and experienced leader, having served higher education in the community college and university settings for almost 30 years. Experienced working in complex state and university led systems and the independent community college setting, Dr. Mosier brings breadth and depth of experiences to the institutions and communities he serves. Previously serving as vice president of academic affairs at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology, Mosier returned to follow his passion of serving the comprehensive community college mission in 2015 as vice president of academic affairs and executive vice president, academic affairs at Rochester Community and Technical College (RCTC). In 2018, he became president of Kansas City Kansas Community College (KCKCC).

Beyond his educational experiences, Mosier has worked in the private sector, working for organizations such as NASA, Rockwell International, Dyn-Corp, Technologies International, EduSystems Inc., and the Consortium for International Development. Work for these groups included Department of Defense contract work in the United States as well as community college development, establishment, and instructor training for World Bank projects and the Ministries of Education in Yemen, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia.

Dr. G. Keith Jantz Jan 26, 2021 12:00 PM
COVID 19 Update - Vaccine Development

Dr. G Keith Jantz retired with over 45 years of experience as an Internal Medicine Specialist. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Math from the University of Kansas and Doctor of Medicine from the University of Kansas School of Medicine, completing his residency in Internal Medicine in Memphis. Dr. Jantz is Past-President and Medical Director of Corporate Wellness for the Kansas City Internal Medicine group.

According to Dr. Jantz, “Prevention stands as the key to better health for individuals and society today and into the future.  Our current health system is patching the dam on the wrong side, yielding unsatisfactory results at high costs by waiting until disease manifests itself and treating the outcomes.”   Dr. Jantz’s focus emphasizes prevention of disease through various methods to improve health in the individual, in the workplace, and in the community.

Dr. Jantz chaired the HCA ethics committee providing inpatient ethical consultation for medical dilemmas. He also organized several Medical Ethics symposiums involving nationally known medical ethics experts and started the inpatient palliative care program at Research Medical Center. He performs collaborative services for nurse practitioners and supports on site clinics designed to improve employee health and reduce health benefit costs for employers. He currently serves as Board Member and Physician speaker of the American Heart Association - Kansas City Chapter.