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Kristina Lea Jansak

Kristina Lea Jansak, American federal government official. Named an Outstanding Young Woman American, 1976, Woman of Year American Business Women's Association, 1977. Member American Society Military Comptrollers, Delta Gamma (president 1974-1975).


  • Jansak, Kristina Lea was born on November 12, 1951 in Augusta, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Andrew and Lee (Threlkeld) Jansak.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Journalism magna cum laude, University Georgia, 1973. Postgraduate, University Wisconsin, 1976. Postgraduate, Armed Forces Staff College, 1988.


    • Chairman youth advisory board Environmental Protection Agency, Atlanta, 1973-1974. Public affairs officer Army Forces Command, Fort McPherson, Georgia, 1974-1980, chief of joint doctrine, 1980-1984, war plans officer, 1984-1985. Manpower manager United States Forces Command, Atlanta, 1985-1988, chief organization and studies, since 1988.

      Organizational effectiveness consultant United States Army, Fort McPherson, 1975-1980. Member Manpower Career Program Board, Washington, since 1987. Speaker in field.


    • Editor Fort Drum newspaper, 1976-1977. Contributor articles to magazines and newspapers.


    Christians should engage the culture through discipleship and through participation in the democratic political process in order to fulfill the kingdom mandate taught in the Bible.

    Party affiliation: Republican


    Jesus Christ is Lord and Savior, and the Bible is the divinely inspired word of God that serves as the final written authority for living out the Christian faith.

    Denomination: Baptist


    All Christians can seek to create a way of life deliberately designed to overcome evil with good and to promote justice for all.


    Member American Society Military Comptrollers, Delta Gamma (president 1974-1975). Clubs: 1st Quarter (Athens, Georgia).



    Travel, interior decorating, theater.


    • father: Andrew Jansak
    • mother: Lee (Threlkeld) Jansak
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    Born November 12, 1951
    (age 66)