Ryan Kriegshauser serves as General Counsel at the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner. Prior to joining the agency, Mr. Kriegshauser served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Office of Legal Counsel and Policy. He has also served on the Kansas Judicial Counsel’s Lien Law Advisory Committee, the State Rules and Regulation Board, was a member of the Kansas Bar Association’s Limited Liability Company Study Group, and was a voting member of the Kansas Governor’s Commission on Emergency Planning & Response (CEPR) Continuity of Operations (COOP) Planning Committee.
Before entering public service, Mr. Kriegshauser practiced law in Kansas City, primarily focusing in the areas of complex commercial litigation, securities, and constitutional rights. He was involved in the successful defense of various class action lawsuits and governmental regulatory actions. Additionally, Mr. Kriegshauser has written scholarly articles on property rights and taught continuing legal education in Kansas. Mr. Kriegshauser spent two years working in Washington, DC, both on and off Capitol Hill.
He holds a B.A. and a J.D., graduating from Georgetown University and the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He is also an alumnus of the Fund for American Studies – Bryce Harlow Institute of Business-Government Affairs. He currently resides in Topeka, Kansas, with his wife Christie and two daughters Leah and Jacqueline.
Caley Love is the Director of Communications at the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner. In the Director’s capacity, she coordinates all communication from the Commissioner’s office to the public.
Ms. Love holds a B.A. from Washburn University and an M.B.A. from Fort Hays State University with an emphasis in Marketing. Prior to her experience at the Office of the Kansas Securities Commissioner, she served as Student Body President at Washburn University. From 2010-2012, she served as Communications Director for, her now husband, Garrett Love's campaign for Kansas Senate. Ms. Love enjoys graphic design and photography, and in 2012, started her own photography business. She is a member of the North American Securities Administrators Association (NASAA) Online Outreach and Social Media project group and the Senior Issues/ Diminished Capacity board level committee. She is a member of the Kansas Association of Public Information Officers, the Eisenhower Women's Leadership Series and also was appointed by the Governor to serve on the Kansas Advisory Group on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Ms. Love and her husband have two daughters named Abigail and Lauren.