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Apr 22, 2021

KANSAS SENTENCING COMMISSION HIRES VETERAN STATISTICIAN

photo of Jason Lamprecht[TOPEKA, KANSAS, April 19, 2021] - The Sentencing Commission is pleased to announce that Jason Lamprecht is the new Research Analyst for the KSSC. He comes to the agency after a 25-year career with the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Ag Statistics Service (NASS).  He started as an Agricultural Statistician and worked his way up to a national sample designer and commodity statistician, often working under lock-up conditions, before going into management and becoming the Kansas State Statistician. He enjoys working with numbers and has a particular passion for presenting data and statistics in graphical form for presentation to his audience and data users.  

While at NASS, Jason worked in four states (NE, IL, AR, and KS), Washington, D.C., and received several performance and teamwork awards.  He enjoys using hands-on demonstrations to explain different statistical processes (e.g., random sampling, stratified sampling, etc.) Jason received his bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, and Actuarial Science from the University of Nebraska - Kearney and a Master’s of Science in Biometry from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

In his spare time, Jason enjoys watching his daughter play college softball, helping with Cub Scouts, selling slushies, gardening, and cheering on the Nebraska Cornhuskers. He and his wife, Renee, live outside of Silver Lake, KS, and have three grown children, Dylan, Drew, and Daryn Sue.

Jason may be reached at jason.lamprecht@ks.gov or (785) 296-0923.