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Yvonne D. Stark - Wilson

Yvonne D. Stark-Wilson

Yvonne Wilson is a woman of achievement, accomplishment, and ambition.  It all started when she enrolled in Lincoln University; the only public institution for higher education in Missouri that admitted African Americans.  She later went on to become a teacher, principal and systems director in the Kansas City School District.

 

Mrs. Wilson was involved in many civic/social activities including the Metropolitan Community Colleges and the Bruce Watkins Cultural Heritage Center.  She had many accomplishments including her positions as the President of Lincoln University Board of Curators and the first African American President of the Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals.  Finally, one of her top accomplishments was being appointed to the Missouri House of Representatives.

 

Artist: Joyce “Danielle” Blodgett