Kara Siebe, Thrive Entrepreneurship Incubator coordinator, has been named Webster Groves Citizen of the Year. This award, given by the Webster Groves/Shrewsbury/Rock Hill Area Chamber of Commerce, is chosen by the mayor to honor a citizen who has made a tremendously positive impact in the community.
Webster Groves Mayor Laura Arnold cited Kara's work with Thrive Business Incubator as well as her work on the chamber board of directors in her nomination, stating that Kara has “completely transformed the way our community thinks and teaches about business, marketing and entrepreneurship education.”
Kara will be honored at the chamber's Heart of the Community Awards.
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