About Kitchen’s Ink

In 2006, Curtis Kitchen started his full-time sports media career in earnest with Union Broadcasting (810 WHB/1510 KCTE). Over the next five years, Kitchen built a modest but strong following through his Kansas State on-air and digital reporting, and opinion columns.

Thanks to Twitter’s arrival in 2009, Kitchen was one of the first KC-area media personalities to actively engage the new platform – understanding how cool it was to be able to report in-game things and engage with fans on a public stage.

After leaving Union in 2010, Kitchen began CurtisKitchen.com – a place for sports and now crypto fans to hang. And FULL DISCLOSURE: He’s a Klever fan and holds a small amount of KLV. Kitchen is not a financial advisor, and the content on this site should not be taken as investment advice. It is for entertainment and information purposes only.

In his full time? He’s now a full-blooded association professional and serves as the Director of Marketing for the 100-percent virtual Society for Simulation in Healthcare. He’s a proud member of both the Kansas City Society of Association Executives (KCSAE – Past President) and American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). He believes in collaboration, diversity, equity, inclusion, and data. He loves seeing strategic planning sessions become an actionable item. He believes everybody has something to offer. And, above all else, he believes in kindness and fairness.