Leawood Kan. – October 22, 2022: Greg Musil, an attorney with Rouse Frets White Goss, will be a featured speaker at two upcoming Overland Park Chamber of Commerce events.
On October 28, Greg will co-emcee the annual Good Morning Overland Park breakfast, which will highlight information about new developments around the city. Greg has been co-emcee at the breakfast for more than 20 years and will be joined by Aaron Attebery of Black & Veatch.
On November 10, Greg will speak at the Chamber’s Executive Leadership Series breakfast, which features business, civic and community leaders sharing their leadership experiences, stories and wisdom. Greg’s presentation is titled “Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Imperfect Lessons from Imperfect Leadership.”
Both breakfasts will run from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Marriott Kansas City Overland Park. More information is available at opchamber.org.
Greg is an active community member in Overland Park, where he served on the City Council from 1993-2001, including as council president from 1999-2001. He received the Overland Park Chamber of Commerce “OP Award” in 2008 and the Overland Park Rotary Distinguished Service Award in 2009. He also is in his third term on the Johnson County Community College Board of Trustees and also served on the 2021 Johnson County Charter Commission, a once-in-a-decade process, as its chair.
About Greg Musil:
A seasoned trial lawyer, Greg has decades of experience in successfully resolving business and commercial disputes for clients. He also has an active practice assisting clients in public law matters before governmental agencies and bodies. Among many other honors, Greg was selected by Ingram’s as among 50 Kansans to Know.
About the Law Firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. participates in community projects on both sides of the Kansas and Missouri border. From offices in Kansas City, Missouri and Leawood, Kansas, the firm offers sophisticated representation in the private and public sectors. For more, visit www.rousepc.com.
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