Rita L. Noll
Kansas Historical Foundation
Board of Directors
Elected to the executive committee: 2015
Rita L. Noll grew up on a farm near Effingham. She received her bachelor's degree in history and political science from Washburn University, and juris doctorate from Washburn School of Law.
She is chief counsel and deputy director of the Kansas Health Care Stabilization Fund.
Noll served six years as chair of the Crime Victim's Compensation Fund. She was co-chair of Kansas Native Sons and Daughters, treasurer of the Kansas Day Club, and president of the Kansas Women Attorney's Association.
She lives near Council Grove with her husband and son.
She was first elected to the Kansas Historical Foundation Board of Directors in 2013. She was elected to the executive committee in 2015, and currently serves on the audit committee.
"Kansas has a unique and vibrant history. It is important that we not only preserve our history, but share it with current and future generations."