Stallbaumer is named Senior Attorney in KASB Legal Services Division

Angie Stallbaumer, who has been serving school boards across the state by providing legal and policy assistance, was recently promoted to the position of Senior Attorney at KASB.

As Senior Attorney, Stallbaumer will assist Donna Whiteman, who is assistant executive director of Legal Services, in the supervision and mentoring of KASB staff attorneys and assignment of member services. Stallbaumer will also assist all KASB departments in legal and policy issues, in addition to numerous other duties.

In announcing the promotion, KASB Executive Director John Heim said, “We are pleased to recognize Angie’s commitment to Kansas education and KASB by promoting her to the position of Senior Attorney. Angie is a great asset to school leaders across Kansas.”

Whiteman said, “Angie is a long-time KASB attorney and she is dedicated to providing KASB members with timely and accurate legal services. In recent years, Angie has been the lead attorney on policy reviews and policy audits. Angie is an excellent school law attorney and in her new position, she will continue to ensure KASB members receive timely and quality legal services.”

Stallbaumer thanked the KASB Board of Directors and executive staff. “We have the best clients an attorney could ever hope to have and having the ability to assist Donna in directing legal services to better serve them will be a welcome challenge for me,” she said.

“It’s a rare treat for any professional to be able to go to work knowing you have the opportunity to do good things for great people and KASB’s mission allows me to do this each day. I’m excited to get the chance to work with KASB’s executive staff and Board of Directors on charting a course for KASB in the years to come,” she added.

This is Stallbaumer’s second stint at KASB. She worked for the association from 2007-2010, before going to the Kansas Department of Agriculture for two years as a staff attorney, legislative liaison and special assistant attorney general for agriculture. She returned to KASB in 2012 and has been running the association’s policy services and providing members general staff attorney functions.

Stallbaumer grew up on a farm and ranch in Logan County and graduated from Oakley High School. She earned bachelor of science degrees in psychology and political science at Kansas State University and then received her law degree at the University of Kansas.

She lives in Basehor with her husband Rod, who is a teacher and coach at Basehor-Linwood High School. They have two girls, ages nine and three and a seven-year-old boy.

“When I’m not doing lawyerly things, I enjoy spending time with family, watching my kids in their activities and supporting Rod at his sporting events and activities,” she said.

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