Good Morning Manhattan
Jump Start Your Morning With Us!
This signature breakfast event is held the third Thursday of each month. Join us for speaker content that is both informational and educational. One of the best chances to network with your fellow business neighbors.
Good Morning Manhattan! is held at Four Points by Sheraton, 530 Richards Drive, Manhattan. Doors open at 7:15 a.m., the breakfast buffet starts at 7:30 a.m., the program will begin at 7:45 a.m. and we’ll adjourn by 8:30 a.m.
Thursday, April 20
With the official dedication and ribbon-cutting of the National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility expected later this spring, make plans now to attend Good Morning Manhattan, Thursday, April 20, featuring NBAF Director Alfonso Clavijo. NBAF is a biosafety level 4 research laboratory in Manhattan operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The facility is designed to combat biological threats involving human, zoonotic, and foreign animal diseases.
Thursday, May 18
Make plans now to join Manhattan-area state legislators, for a recap of the 2023 session of the Kansas legislature. Invited lawmakers include Sen. Usha Reddi and Reps. Sydney Carlin, Mike Dodson and Kenny Titus.
Thursday, June 15
The new director of the Riley County Police Department Director, Brian Peete, brings a wealth of experience to the job. After six month leading our local law enforcement system, please join Director Peete as he reflects on his first six months and talks about the future.
Thursday, July 20
Marshall Stewart is a Kansas State University’s first senior vice president for executive affairs, university engagement, partnerships, and chief of staff. He’s a nationally recognized leader in higher education and university stakeholder engagement and is the featured speaker at Good Morning Manhattan on July 20.
Past Good Morning Manhattan recordings
7/15/21 Speakers: Kerri Day Keller, Micro-Internships; Mark Knackendoffel, Advantage Manhattan Campaign; Senator Jerry Moran, Infrastructure Bill. Watch recorded version here.
5/20/21 Speakers: Sarah Siders, Spark; Jared Wasinger, CrossroadsMHK; Robin Cole, Pawnee Mental Health. Watch recorded version here.
3/18/21 Speakers: John Ford, Chair Riley County Commission; Kevin Ingram, President Manhattan Christian College and Tara Grubb, Hype: Young Professionals of MHK Committee Chair. Watch recorded version here.
1/21/21 Speakers: Mark Bachamp, 2021 Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce Board Chair; COL William McKannay Garrison Commander Fort Riley and Daryn Soldan, Director of Economic Development. Watch recorded version here.