Fifth Friday Coffee: Networking With Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce

UMKC TalentLink was pleased to sponsor the Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce Fifth Friday Coffee in April. Executive Director Jake Akehurst and Business Development Director Candice Haines met and networked with many Chamber members. Christopher Oppenhuis provided his OLEO roasted coffee.

What a great turnout from business owners and professionals in banking, education, healthcare, engineering, human resources, retail, and even KC City Council candidates. Thanks to iWerx for hosting us.

Above: Jake Akehurst, Judy Revenaugh, Kathy Ludwig, Pam Roberts, and Candice Haines.

Sean Quigley, Tracy Spisak, Teri Laverty, Pam Roberts, and Kathy Ludwig.
Sean Quigley of Focal Point and Tracy Spisak of Gallery Portraiture.
KC City Council candidate Matt Mauer and Benjamin Hass of Bank of Blue Valley.
Justin Grubb of SJC Marketing and Jake Akehurst of UMKC TalentLink.
OLEO coffee, a specialty roaster based in Kansas City with future plans for a Northland location.
Judy Revenaugh of Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce and Jake Akehurst of UMKC TalentLink.
(Left and middle) Joy Broils of Hustle and Ground and Candice Haines of UMKC TalentLInk.
Janeel Smith of eyeSmith.
Jake Akehurst and Matt Mauer, candidate for KC City Council.
Christopher Oppenhuis, owner and roaster, OLEO Coffee
Christopher Oppenhuis of OLEO coffee with Laura Wagner of MO-KAN LECET
Cheri Combs of Bank of Labor and Kathy Ludwig of Northland Regional Chamber of Commerce
Candice Haines of UMKC TalentLink and Jason Brummett of Country Club Bank
Brett Kisker of Northland CAPS and Jake Akehurst of UMKC TalentLink