Contact Us

Julie Warm
UMKC Civic Engagement Program
215 West Pershing Rd., 6th floor
Kansas City, MO 64108
816-235-5371
warmj@umkc.edu

Madam President Camp

Madam President Camp

The Madam President Camp is for girls ages 10 to 13 from the Greater Kansas City metro area. Girls this age are getting serious about who they are and about the world around them. They face tough challenges and make difficult decisions. Help your daughter build leadership skills, learn about politics and join a fun and supportive network of peers, civic mentors and parents.

Campers will:

  • Build a sense of confidence and pride
  • Develop skills for political/school campaigns
  • Understand key concepts used in government and politics
  • Discover the history of women in politics
  • Meet women political mentors
  • Participate in field trips and games
  • Practice public speaking and negotiation

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Alumnae Camp  Coming soon

Did you have a blast at Madam President Camp?  Take it up a notch.  Instead of focusing on you, we will start talking about leadership in groups.  More fun with two all day field trips!

Campers will:

  • Refresh skills from Madam President Camp.
  • Learn the art of mediation.
  • Dive deeper into history and government.
  • Continue to build their sense of confidence and pride.
  • Participate in field trips and fun games
  • Deepen their network of like-minded girls
  • Have fun.

Click here to Register now!

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Leadership

Julie Warm, Ph.D., Camp Director, has extensive experience in local government, non-profit management and higher education administration. She originally trained as a city planner and city manager and served in those capacities in Ohio, Nevada and Missouri. Her last position was as City Manager in Reno, Nevada. For more than twenty years, she has worked in academe as a community liaison, administrator and researcher. Dr. Warm’s academic preparation focused on organizational drivers for social entrepreneurship. Dr. Warm’s current duties with the UMKC Institute for Human Development focus on supporting the civic engagement of women and students. As a volunteer, Warm advocates for people with disabilities and has served on the board of the Developmental Disability Services of Jackson County-EITAS, a county-level funding agency, and the Kansas City Mayor’s Committee for People with Disabilities. Currently she is a board member of the Business Leadership Network of Kansas City and has started a nonprofit to support inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities in higher education.

Dr. Warm will be assisted by three paid high-school and/or college interns and women community volunteers and civic leaders.