By Mara Rose Williams
Ajia Morris, vice president for MOKAN Goodwill celebrated when she heard the board chose Bedell.
“I am cautiously optimistic because I have been in Kansas City about a decade and I’ve seen a lot of superintendents come and go,” Morris said. “Dr. Bedell spoke from the heart and his answers registered as genuine for me. His passion for children was palpable, you could see it and feel it.”
Morris said Goodwill is looking forward to working with Bedell on workforce readiness, particularly for youth in Kansas City’s marginalized communities. For the full article, click here.