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Pittsburg City Manager Daron Hall recognized as one of Ingram’s ‘50 Kansans You Should Know’

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March 26, 2021

PITTSBURG, KS — Pittsburg City Manager Daron Hall has been named one of 50 Kansans You Should Know by Ingram’s Magazine. Hall was chosen to be featured in Ingram’s 2021 March edition alongside dozens of notable professionals from all over Kansas.

Daron Hall


A Topeka, Kansas native, Hall earned an undergraduate degree at Washburn University before completing a master’s in public administration at Texas A&M. He worked as budget and management analyst, capital improvements manager, and IT project manager at the City of Kansas City, Missouri before becoming city manager for Ulysses, Kansas in 2008. Hall has served as Pittsburg city manager since 2012. Most recently, he served as president of the League of Kansas Municipalities.


Under Hall’s leadership, the City’s partnerships throughout the community have resulted in unprecedented growth, and Pittsburg’s diverse economy has seen over $500 million of investment in the last six years. Coordination with the Pittsburg Area Chamber of Commerce, Pittsburg State University, businesses both large and small, and local leaders through the Imagine Pittsburg initiative has resulted in a community aligned to thrive through the pandemic and beyond. The city is living up to its motto “Forward Together.”


About Ingram’s

Ingram’s Magazine has been the leading business publication in Missouri and Kansas for more than 45 years. is the regional business community’s gateway to news, features and business statistics relevant to every one of the seven diverse regions in each state, coupled with individual Destination Missouri and Destination Kansas Web sites for every county and hundreds of cities in the two-state region.


Click here to read the Ingram’s March 2021 Digital Edition




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