Martha Linsner, C.T.F.A.President
P.O. Box 3699
Wichita, KS 67201
Martha Linsner, President, has been with TCK since May, 1994. She came to TCK with seven years of banking experience with an emphasis in the areas of employee benefit operations and tax reporting. Initially, she was an administrative assistant to TCK President Stephen A. English, but she has received several promotions earning her current title.
Since joining TCK, Martha has completed two Schools of Banking week-long sessions and earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Total Quality Management from Friends University in Wichita. In July of 2001, Martha successfully completed the American Bankers Association (ABA) National Graduate Trust School, which focuses on developing essential skills needed by today's trust professionals. In 2002, Martha earned the designation of Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA).
Martha’s main focus at TCK is new business development. In this role, she works closely with TCK’s administrators and management. She coordinates the marketing efforts related to the company’s Supporting the Arts campaign, and stays active in the community through various networking opportunities with area professional organizations and referral sources.
Martha is involved with the Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce joining the board in 2011. Additional board service includes Director or Finance for Junior League of Wichita, Chairman of Junior Achievement of Wichita, Vice President of Membership for Board of the Rotary Club of Wichita (Downtown), Director for Music Theatre of Wichita, Development Chair for The Arts Council in Wichita, and Program Chair for Wichita Estate Planning Council. She is presently serving on the Treasurer’s Advisory Council for the State of Kansas’ 529 Learning Quest Savings Plan at the invitation of Kansas State Treasurer Ron Estes. She is TCK’s representative for the Wichita Chapter of Executive Women International (EWI), a 2004 Wichita Business Journal “40 Under 40” recipient, and a 2005 Leadership Wichita graduate.