Jan Armstrong was named World Citizen by the United Nations Association of Greater Kansas City and will be honored at the Annual Mayor’s UN Day Dinner on Monday, October 24th, 6:00 PM, Pennway Place at Studio Dan Meiners, 2500 West Pennway, KCMO. The keynote speaker will be Shombi Sharp, United Nations Resident Coordinator in India, however, Jan will also give a talk on water issues including the Rotary project of bore holes in Kitwe, Zambia.
Jan was selected for her many years of contributing to the culture, education, environment, people-to-people friendship, as well as animal well-beings not only in Kansas City but also globally.
Jan has many, many international projects through her 26 years in Rotary Club 13 and also as an international Ambassador for the Nature Conservancy.  Jan has served in leadership roles in several China-related organizations including the Edgar Snow Memorial Foundation, Society for Friendship with China, and Sister Cities and participated in service projects as well as made financial contributions to many, many projects.
Jan has served on the boards or as an active member of various education, community service, environmental related organizations.  She has traveled all seven continents making friends around the world and truly is a World Citizen. 
Click here to read Jan’s interesting and incredible number of projects, accomplishments and travels.
If interested in joining other Club 13 Rotarians to attend the dinner and honor Jan, please contact Sally Bibb 816.835.2088