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Tyler & Leigh Nottberg Recognized for Their Passion to Help Youth Succeed

Nov 14, 2022

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On November 10, CEO Tyler Nottberg and his wife Leigh, received the Robert B. Rogers Legacy Award during the Mentors Challenge banquet for High Aspirations. High Aspirations is a Kansas City organization focused on enriching the lives of black male youth. 

From the High Aspirations website: “Established in 2016 with heartfelt admiration and appreciation, the Robert B. “Bob” Rogers Legacy Award honors the tireless commitment of Bob Rogers to the young men of High Aspirations. Presented annually, it acknowledges an individual or organization who has demonstrated a passion for helping our youth succeed. Past recipients include businessman and philanthropist the late Henry W. Bloch, former UMKC chancellor Leo E. Morton, former Sprint Foundation president Ralph D. Reid, HA Board member and volunteers Dana and Doug Nelson, and local businessman, developer, and owner of the Kansas City Monarchs Mark Brandmeyer.”

About High Aspirations

High Aspirations (HA) was founded in 2003, incorporated in 2010, and has impacted hundreds of lives. HA remains committed to best and evidence-based practices, strategies, and approaches, in order to evolve continuously through updated and enhanced programs responsive to the needs of Kansas City’s at-risk, black male youth. Outreach and collaboration, now grown to 73+ diverse, multi-sector partners, remains essential to recruitment and retention of program participants and Mentors.

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