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Our Professionals / Alisha Thomson, Assistant Vice President

Alisha Thomson is an Assistant Vice President at Country Club Trust Company. Her responsibilities include business development in all areas of Country Club Trust Company's services with an emphasis in revocable trusts, irrevocable trusts, special needs trusts, estate administration, charitable giving accounts and investment management.

Alisha joined Country Club Trust Company in 2016 with experience in elder law, estate planning, probate, oil and gas, charitable giving, sales and marketing. Alisha’s background includes three years in the private practice of law with Donna J. Jackson & Associates, an Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate firm in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and two years of experience in development and fundraising at Great Plains SPCA, a Kansas City nonprofit. Alisha has also worked in the oil and gas Industry as a landman for both Land Services, Inc. and T.S. Dudley Land Company, Inc.

Alisha graduated from Lincoln University in 2009 with Bachelor’s Degrees in History and Political Science. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and a Juris Doctor degree from Oklahoma City University, where she was President of the Student Bar Association and recipient of the Dean’s Service Award. Alisha is licensed to practice law in both Missouri and Oklahoma.

Alisha enjoys staying active in the community through service on the Wornall-Majors House Museums Board of Directors. She is a member of the Mid-America Planned Giving Council, the Oklahoma Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association, Eastern Jackson County Bar Association, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, the Association for Women Lawyers of Greater Kansas City and the Kansas City Estate Planning Society.

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Trust and Investment Services:
• Are not insured by the FDIC or any other federal government agency.
• Are not deposits of, nor guaranteed by, the Trust Company or any Trust Company Affiliate.
• May lose value.