CiCi Rojas was named President and CEO of the Central Exchange in February 2013. In her role she provides vision, voice, and operational oversight for the 900 plus members representing a cross-section of women and men from throughout the Kansas City area. Members include managers and executives, business owners, non-profit and civic leaders, and community volunteers. With more than 400 programs annually, the CX offers a wide variety of personal, professional, business development and networking opportunities at both the Downtown Kansas City, and Overland Park, Kansas locations.
CiCi most recently served as Vice President of Community Engagement for Truman Medical Centers (TMC) in Kansas City, Missouri. Prior to joining TMC, Rojas served various communities in the business, political advocacy arenas.
Her executive roles includes leading two Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as : President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; President and CEO of the Greater Kansas City Hispanic Chamber of Commerce; Vice President of Strategic Alliance with the Washington, D. C.-based United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Rojas is active in civic organizations on the local, state and national levels. She is the national Chair for the Latino Coalition Foundation and a Member of the Camp Fire USA National Board of Trustees. In Kansas City, she is Chairwoman of Hope House, and a member of the Executive Committee Board of Directors for both KCPT Public Television, Friends of the Zoo. and Guadalupe Centers, Inc.