Mr. Jack Lindquist, Executive Director, FHRLP
Jack Lindquist’s professional career has been concentrated on human development since 1980. Jack retired from K-State after working 36 years in agricultural education and rural leadership development. He formed KANZAQUEST, a custom tour hosting service, and was hired as Executive Director of the Flint Hills Regional Leadership Program in 2016. Jack has led tour groups to 40 countries since 1990.
Jack Lindquist’s volunteerism is focused on servant leadership roles. He is a member of the campaign leadership team for the Flint Hills Discovery Center and is a board member of their Foundation. He was also elected to the board of trustees for Bethany College in Lindsborg in 2020, serving on the Advancement, and Audit & Risk Committees.
In 2021 Jack added another role for his love of learning through history and story telling. He was elected to the board of directors for the Friends of Fort Riley Museums.
Jack served on the Kansas 4-H Foundation’s Rock Springs Ranch Advisory as past chair for 15 years. On the home front Jack serves as President of his neighborhood HOA where he is also chair of his neighborhoods volunteer service team.
Jack is married to retired State 4-H Specialist and National 4-H Hall of Fame Inductee Lindy (Richardson) Lindquist.
Profile of Leadership
Attached you will find my completed profile and my additional analysis of Jack Lindquist for our Fall 2020 Semester class project. I hope I did an impressive career justice!
The first report is the result of the interview. The analysis part is my own thoughts on the interview, what I learned, and how it connected to my coursework this semester.
Additionally, I wanted to say thank you to Jack Lindquist for his time and insight. I learned a lot and I hope that shines through in my project.
Chancellor of the K-State Student Tribunal