Denise Sultz was elected as a member of the Board of Directors and is looking forward to continuing her service to National PTA. She also serves as a member of the National PTA Field Services Committee. Denise has been a certified TCBI trainer since 2008 and has used that quite extensively in her positions on the Kansas PTA Board of Managers. She served two years as Health and Wellness Chair, bringing the topic of healthy choices to parents in the state of Kansas followed by a two year term as Kansas PTA Vice President of Extension Services. In that position, Sultz assisted and mentored new units in their start-up phase. She currently serves as Vice President of Member Services where she is honored to work with the Chairs of Membership, Diversity, Family Engagement and Leadership. She is a current member of the Kansas PTA Nominating and Leadership Development Committee. She just finished chairing the 2012 Kansas PTA Convention with the theme: Children Are The Gold at the End of the Rainbow. She is also a trustee for the Kansas PTA Endowment Fund. Denise has served as the chair of the Kansas PTA Nominating and Leadership Development Committee, the Audit Committee and as the 2010 Convention Workshop Chair. In addition, she has served on or is serving on the Scholarship Committee, the Legislative Committee, the Resource and Development Committee and the Bylaws Committee. Before her state service, she has done extensive work at several levels ranging from Chair of her Council's School of Instruction (yearly officer training) through President, Vice-President and Treasurer of local units.
Outside of PTA, Sultz is an ambassador and participant in the Kansas City Corporate Challenge, which is one of the largest city-wide corporate athletic competitions that takes place thru the months of May and June each year. She enjoys "getting in shape" to try to compete in the bike race, 5K, 100 and 400 track events and in three swimming races. For the sports she does not compete in, she enjoys being an Ambassador volunteering to assist other competitors at their events. She also enjoys playing bells in her church's handbell choir.
Sultz has a bachelor's degree in Management and Human Relations and an associate's degree in Business. She uses those each day in her job as Staff Accountant for Centralized Showing Service. She and her husband David have three grown children, Keri, Lori and Rob and son-in-law Jeff.