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John Sinclair knew in high school that he wanted to be a music teacher. Today he conducts performances for EPCOT and
Disney and educates future conductors at Rollins College.
Conella Coulter Brown was one of the first African Americans admitted to the University of Kansas City (now UMKC) and against great odds, completed her bachelor's degree
New York Times best-selling author and UMKC alumna Nancy Thayer always knew she wanted to write.
Architect turned entrepreneur Stephen Hopkins earned his MBA at the Bloch school and gained the confidence to take the reins at a start-up.
Charlie Corcoran began studying to be under the spotlight and wound up falling in love with set design.