Kristi Fulnecky, Esq.
Kristi Fulnecky is an Attorney and the President of Fulnecky Enterprises, LLC, a Native American and Woman owned small business, located in Springfield, Missouri. The firm specializes in construction management, management consulting, technical writing, and government compliance. The company was founded in 2008 by Kristi Fulnecky when she saw the need to help companies do business with the government.
Prior to founding Fulnecky Enterprises, Kristi managed her own law firm, worked for the U.S. Congress, and served as an attorney at the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington D.C. She also worked as a technical writer for defense contractors supporting the U.S. Department of the Navy, and was employed as a consultant by a company owned by a former Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Kristi is licensed to practice law in both Missouri and Washington D.C.
Kristi is a current member of Mercy Health Foundation's Capital Campaign Cabinet. She has served as Chair of Boys and Girls Town's Child Abuse Prevention Month, and has also held the position of Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra. Kristi founded and chaired Springfield Symphony's Gala for a few years and has been involved in other community organizations such as the Girl Scouts, American Heart Association, Springfield Catholic Schools, and Springfield Ballet. Kristi also served as an appointed member of the University of Missouri System's MBE/WBE (Minority Business Enterprise/Woman Business Enterprise) Advisory Council and on Missouri State University's Diversity Advisory Committee.
Recognized for her civic, professional, and personal accomplishments, she was a recipient of Springfield Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Award, Class of 2008. She was also honored for improving the Southwest Missouri business, civic, and philanthropic communities with the Springfield’s Business Journal’s 20 Most Influential Women Award, Class of 2009.
Kristi is an enrolled member of the Comanche Indian Tribe of Oklahoma.