BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
RESUME OF SCOUTING EXPERIENCE OF KIRK H. DOAN
Kirk H. Doan, born January, 1953, Independence, Iowa. Present address: Lee's Summit, Missouri. Practicing attorney specializing in healthcare and business law since 1978 with Stinson Leonard Street LLP, 1201 Walnut Street, Suite 2800, Kansas City, Missouri 64106. Married to Laura B. Doan, M.D., OB/GYN physician with Associated Women's Care Physicians, P.C.; Two sons; Kent Carson Doan (Eagle Scout) and Quint Clark Doan.
I. Program Experience as Youth. Cub Scouts 1961-1963; Webelos 1964; Boy Scouts 1964-present. Senior Patrol Leader 1967; Junior Assistant Scoutmaster 1970-1974. Explorer Scouts 1968. Arrow of Light Award 1964. Eagle Scout Award October 17, 1967; additionally earned three Eagle Palms. Member, Knights of Dunamis. Member, National Eagle Scout Association. Member, Alpha Phi Omega, Iowa State University Chapter.
Attended Philmont Scout Ranch, Wapsipinicon Area Council Contingent, 12 day trek, 1970.
Summer Camp Staff: Camp Ingawanis, Waverly, Iowa, Assistant Commissioner 1969, 1970, Trading Post Director 1971, Commissioner 1972; Camp OA Geagor, Grand Junction, Colorado, Commissioner 1972.
National Jamboree Trading Post Staff 1973 (Idaho).
National Camping School: Commissioner Training 1970, Camp Ransburg, Indianapolis, Indiana; Business Manager/Trading Post Training, S-F Scout Ranch St. Louis, Missouri 1971.
II. Program Experience as Adult Scouter (Age 21+). Assistant Scoutmaster, Troop 47, Independence, Iowa 1974-1982; OA Lodge Adviser, Tamegonit Lodge 147, Kansas City, Missouri 1983-1992; Explorer Post Adviser and Committeeman, Post 126, Lee's Summit, Missouri (Aviation Specialty) 1989-1996. Chartered Organization Representative, Pack Committee Chairman, Cubmaster and Troop Committeeman, Pack and Troop 255, Woods Chapel United Methodist Church, Lee's Summit, MO 1996-Present. Tamegonit Lodge 147 Chapter 5 Advisor 2003 - 2007. Member, International Scouting Committee, Heart of America Council, BSA 2007-present. Member, National Eagle Scout Association. Heart of America Council, Kansas City, Missouri, Camping Committee 1983-1992. Awarded 50 Year Veteran Pin in 2011. Life Member, National Association of United Methodist Scouters (NAUMS).
Summer Camp Staff: Camp Waubeek, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Commissioner 1974; Program Director 1975; Program Director and Pool Director 1976. Brownsea Staff, Camp Wakonda, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1976.
National Camping School: Program Director Training, S-F Scout Ranch, St. Louis, Missouri 1975. Philmont Training Center: United Methodist Conference on Scouting 1997.
Awards and Honors: Arrow of Light 1964; Eagle Scout 1967, Earned Bronze, Silver & Gold Palms; Vigil Honor of the Order of the Arrow 1970; Tamegonit Lodge White Buffalo Society 1984; Cub Scouter Award 2000; James E. West Fellowship Award 2000; God and Service Adult Religious Award 2001; Tiger Cub Coach Award 2001; Cubmaster Award 2001; District Award of Merit 2002; 50-year Veteran Award 2011; 2015 Distinguished Service Award of the International Scouting Collectors Association; Centurion Award, Order of the Arrow 2015.
III. National and World Jamborees. National Jamboree Trading Post Staff 1973 (Idaho); Visitor to 1985 Fort AP Hill, Virginia; 1989 Fort AP Hill Virginia; 1993 Fort AP Hill, Virginia; 1997 Fort AP Hill Virginia. First Assistant Scoutmaster, Heart of America Council Contingent Troop 1213 to 2005 National Scout Jamboree, Ft. A.P. Hill, Virginia; Staff of 2010 National Scout Jamboree, Merit Badge Midway, Stamp Collecting Merit Badge Staff, Ft. A.P. Hill, Virginia; Staff of 2013 National Scout Jamboree, Stamp Collecting Merit Badge Staff, Bechtel Family Scout Reservation, Beckley, West Virginia.
U.S. Member of International Service Team, 21st World Scout Jamboree 2007 in Chelmsford, Essex, England; U.S. Member of International Service Team, 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Rinkaby, Sweden 2011.
IV. Order of the Arrow. Ordeal Member 1967, Brotherhood 1968, Vigil Honor 1970. Lodge Chief of Wakosha Lodge #108, Waterloo, Iowa 1969-1971. Lodge Committee Advisor 1979-1982 and Lodge Lay Advisor of Tamegonit Lodge 147, Kansas City, Missouri 1983-1992; Chapter Advisor of Chapter 5, Tamegonit Lodge 147, Kansas City, Missouri 2003-2007.
Attended the following National Order of the Arrow Conferences: 1969 (Indiana); 1971 (Illinois); 1973 (USC Santa Barbara); 1975 (Miami of Ohio); 1979 (Colorado State); 1981 (Texas, Training Staff); 1983 (Rutgers, Training Staff); 1986 (E. Michigan, Training Staff); 1988 (Colorado State); 1990 (Indiana); 1992 (Tennessee); 1994 (Purdue); 1996 (Indiana); 1998 (Iowa State); 2000 (Tennessee), 2004 (Iowa State), 2006 (Michigan State), 2009 (Indiana), 2012 (Michigan State) and 2015 (Michigan State). Attended both 1985 and 1989 Order of the Arrow Philmont Treks (N.Mex.)(Contingent leader).
National OA Leadership Seminars: 1981 Camp Beaumont, St. Louis, Missouri; 1985 Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota (Training Staff); 1988 Fitzsimmons Army Hospital, Denver, Colorado. Attended 2004 Central Region National Lodge Advisor Training Seminar (NLATS) in Parkville, Missouri.
Attended the following OA Section Training Conferences: 1980 (Joplin), 1981 (Topeka), 1982 (Hutchinson), 1983 (Junction City), 1984 (Wichita), 1985 (Kansas City), 1986 (Hutchinson), 1988 (Topeka), 1989 (Junction City), 1990 (Wichita), 1991 (Kansas City). Completed training in Youth Protection Guidelines and CPR Training.
V. Tribe of Mic-O-Say. Honorary Warrior, August 1984, Camp Bartle, Osceola, Missouri, Heart of America Council, B.S.A. Eagle Scout coup, Adult Religious Award Coup, Coup of the Long Trail and 75th Anniversary Coup.
VI. Educational Background.
A. Law School: University of Iowa Law School, Iowa City, Iowa, August 1975-May 1978, graduated Magna Cum Laude with J.D. Degree.
B. Law School Honors: Order of the Coif (Limited to top 10% of the Class and faculty recommendation); Recipient of 1978 Hammond Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement; National Finalist - 1977 Rhodes Scholarship Selections - was included in final group of candidates from which one-third thereof became Rhodes Scholars at Oxford University, England.
C. University: Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, August 1971-May 1975, Bachelor of Science Degree, graduated Magna Cum Laude.
D. Professional Honors. Martindale Hubbell rating AV® Preeminent™(Highest ranking), Who's Who in American Law, Who's Who in America. President, Lawyers Association of Kansas City 2008-09; Best Lawyers in Kansas City, Ingram's Magazine; Best of the Bar, Kansas City Business Journal; Best Lawyers in Missouri/Kansas, K.C. Magazine; Best Lawyers In America, 2010 to present.
VII. Civic, Cultural, Charitable
and Educational Activities.
Board of Directors, International Scouting Collectors Association 2012 - Present; Distinguished Service Award 2015
Camp Fire, Inc. - General Counsel, Greater K.C. Chapter 1988-1998.
Civil Air Patrol - U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, Rank - Captain, Instrument Rated Pilot.
The Metropolitan Medical Society of Kansas City - General Counsel 2001-2006.
The Metropolitan Medical Foundation, Board of Directors 2009 to 2012.
Greater Kansas City Society of Health Care Attorneys, President 2004-2005, Board of Directors 2006 - Present.
American Mensa Member.
Woods Chapel United Methodist, Chairman of Administrative Board 1997, Trustee 1998-2001, 2003 to 2005, Legal Counsel 1990 - Present.
Bar Plan Title Insurance Company, Board of Directors 1992-2003.
Missouri Medicine Political Action Committee - Board Member 2003-2004.
American Arbitration Association, Commercial Arbitration Advisory Board, 2004-Present.
American Heart Association, Board of Directors of Kansas City Metropolitan Division, 2007 - 2011
Lawyers Association of Kansas City, President 2008-09
National Association of Past Bar Presidents, 2010 to Present
International Relations Council of Greater Kansas City, Board of Directors, 2013 - Present
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