Kim Linsenmayer

Position title: Director, Administration


Kim Linsenmayer, MPA, is the Administrative Director of UW ICTR. In this role she leads the ICTR administration teams (finance, communications, and evaluation) and oversees business and operations management, human resources management, and professional development across the ICTR enterprise.

Ms. Linsenmayer came to ICTR from the UW Population Health Institute (PHI) where she served as Deputy Director of Operations for the County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (CHR&R) program, a national collaboration between PHI and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. She was responsible for all program operations (financial administration, personnel, technology, and communications), with a primary focus on strategic dissemination. She led cross-team collaborations, creative development, and technical oversight of a high-profile, data-rich website, and worked with CHR&R teams to leverage analytics and user testing to inform future site enhancements. In addition, she initiated and facilitated multiple systems and technology initiatives that helped the program work faster and smarter while harnessing key data to inform decision making, reporting, and stakeholder engagement.

Prior to joining the Population Health Institute, Ms. Linsenmayer was the Chief Operations Officer for CTC & Associates LLC, a Wisconsin-based consulting firm that provides program management and communications services for state and federal transportation research programs and national research consortiums. For nearly 15 years, she helped public agencies strategically develop and implement their research initiatives, effectively communicate the results and impacts of their projects, and track the use and value of their research in the real world.

Kim holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Colorado-Denver, with a concentration in domestic violence. Her graduate work included research focused on teen dating violence prevention policies. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the University of Michigan.