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Who we are

The Junior League of Omaha is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Since 1919, the Junior League of Omaha has served the city of Omaha. Our membership has trained volunteers, provided civic leadership, raised funds and developed programs and services that have helped make Omaha great. Junior League of Omaha members continue a tradition of identifying unmet needs, forging effective coalitions, motivating volunteers and

2016 - 2017 presidential theme

working for real and lasting change.



The women of

the Junior League of Omaha living the mission

Giving Back

Members build a Habitat for Humanity home at a Done-in-the-Day volunteer shift.

Raising Funds

The League’s A Book of My Own community project was the beneficiary of the 2016 Runza “Great Books for Great Kids” event.

Making Memories

JLO members kick back at the fourth annual fall Barn Bash social.


For 98 years, the Junior League of Omaha has made an impact on our community. Our mission includes three main goals: to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve our community. For generations, we’ve looked for innovative ways to accomplish our mission. As you will see in this annual report, the 2016-2017 League year was no exception.

Promoting Voluntarism Volunteers truly make a difference. This year, our members dedicated 19,762 hours to the League and our wonderful community. We’ve partnered with nonprofits, executed projects of our own, found creative ways to raise funds and shown the power a group of individuals has coming together to support causes they’re passionate about.

Developing the Potential of Women We know that our members join the League for a variety of reasons, including discovering ways to give back, making new connections and gaining valueable leadership skills. We know that by improving women, we improve families and the entire community. That’s why we provide opportunities for personal development. From fundraiser facilitation to committee chairmanship and delegation to effective team-building, these skills strengthen our individual members and organization, and will benefit countless other groups as our members branch out into the future.

Improving Our Community This part of our mission may be what immediately comes to mind when you think about the Junior League of Omaha, and it certainly is a big part of who we are. We are dedicated to looking for ways for our members’ time and talents to be of service to those around us. In particular, we know that our efforts can make an impact on women, children and families in our community. I’d like to thank the entire Junior League of Omaha for helping us carry out our mission this year. Everyone from New Members to Actives and Sustainers, your gifts to the League and our community are appreciated. You are making an impact.

It has been my honor to serve as your 98th president. As I’ve said many times as part of the theme for the year, “giving back is always in style.”

The Junior League of Omaha will always be in style – this I am sure of! Chaley Chandler 2016-2017 President

from the editors "The Junior League of Omaha does so many incredible and inspiring things for the metro area. Our members volunteer countless hours of their time and talents to the community and the Annual Report spotlights our accomplishments and shows our mission in action throughout the past year."

Ashley Rich Annual Report Editor-in-Chief


“Have you ever been asked about what the League does and find yourself daunted by the task of covering not only what we do, but the impact of our actions? To me, this Annual Report serves as a perfect way to show AND tell every aspect of our past year. It’s great to be part of this first version!”

“The Annual Report is a fabulous way to showcase the fun and important work we do at the Junior League of Omaha. I am excited to be part of the first Annual Report and can’t wait to see how it will grow and develop in the future!”

"It's an honor to be part of the Junior League of Omaha's first Annual Report! On the following pages, the League’s mission comes to life through photos, facts and personal stories highlighting an impressive year of giving back.”

Mary Trecek Publications Committee Vice Chair

Kate Ottoson Annual Report Assistant Editor-in-Chief

Jennifer Peters Publications Committee Chair & Annual Report Designer


We are the

Junior League of Omaha

community impact + fundraisers



of Sustainers say that the friendships they have formed in the League are what they value most.


19 committees

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of New Members say they joined the Junior League of Omaha for the volunteer opportunities

19,762 total 2016 - 2017 volunteer hours


junior league leadership

The Junior League of Omaha Foundation donated $10,000 to the League in 2016 - 2017

• 15 Sustaining Foundation Board Members • 7 Active Foundation Board Members • Received 154 donations • Raised a total of $17,086 (a League record!) • Past President/Sustainer Luncheon speaker: Michelle Zych, Executive Director of the Women's Fund of Omaha

2016 – 2017 Executive Officers President Gail Graeve President-Elect Mary Lynn Reiser Treasurer Terri Eischeid Secretary Cathi Arnold

President ............................................Chaley Chandler President-Elect ..........................................Megan Riebe President-Elect-Elect .............................Lindsey Buchanan Bylaws ...............................................Mary Jane Tritsch Communications Chair .................................Katie Triplett Community Impact Director ..........................Deyna Rouse Corresponding Secretar y ........................Bethany Banister Finance Manager .......................................Leigh Garvin Financial Vice President ......................Heather Vanourney Fundraising Director .............................Melissa Carlberg Membership Director .............................Kendra Swanson Member-at-Large...................................Mikaela Borecky Member-at-Large......................................Britt Dudzinski Member-at-Large .......................................Kate Johnson Palmesano Member-at-Large & New Member .............Kerri Chair Nominating Chair .......................................Shelly Marsh Recording Secretar y ................................Sarah Macdissi Sustainer Advisors ............Jen Bartelt and Dawn Buchanan

Foundation Fast Facts

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The Board held 12 meetings during the 2016 - 2017 League year, presented 48 motions and contributed 3,800 volunteer hours.


be a game changer. the world has enough followers. anonyomous


Membership Council

Communications | Mentorship | New Member | Nominating | Placement | Social & Hospitality | Training | 100th Anniversary

The goal of the Membership Council is to recruit members, retain current membership and ensure overall member satisfaction. The Membership Council regularly reviews issues, ideas and recommendations regarding membership engagement and placement, membership recruitment, changes in membership status and provides training for current and new membership. 2016-2017 Membership Council Director Kendra Swanson

membership council • by the numbers

233 56

# of members taking committee assignments

# of New Members inducted at 98th Annual Meeting

96% 9

rentention rate of those participating in mentorship program

# of meetings planned by Social & Hospitality Committee during the 2016 - 2017 League year

Welcome New Active Members!

New Active Members at the 98th Annual Meeting

Membership Council Sustainer Advisors Communications: Kim Banat | Mentorship: Carol Wang | New Member: Brenda Smith | Placement: Mary Lynn Hallett Social & Hospitality: Kate Hansen | Training: Becki Kerns | Membership Council: Amy Parks


Honoring League Community Leaders

The Junior League of Omaha is comprised of women doing amazing things throughout the community. Congratulations to this year’s League 40 Under 40 and TOYO! Award winners

Junior League of Omaha 2016 - 2017 Award Winners Women to Watch Kate Pitschka Alysia Radicia Katie Triplett

Midlands Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award Chaley Chandler Chocolate Peacock Boutique Megan Gilligan Embassy Suites La Vista Jami Heidemann CBRE MEGA

Megan Riebe OMNI Behavioral Health Director Deyna Rouse Lutz

Katie Triplett Nebraska Methodist Hospital

Brenda Smith Dvorak & Donovan Law Group, LLC


Committee members

Chinh Doan KETV NewsWatch 7


Committee volunteer hours

1,539 410,500 50,859 1 4

Sustainer Hall of Fame Catherine Arnold Kimberly Goodwin Banat Mary Cimino Dobleman Scholarship Winners Sarah Osborn Aniyia Nyiecia Moss Christa Yong

Omaha Jaycees TOYO! Award Sheena Kennedy Helgenberger Live Well Omaha Kids

Distinguished Sustainer Nancy Whitted


Mailed League publications

total Facebook page likes total reach on social media total Facebook page consumptions 2015-2016 Annual Report & Directory the Column magazines

The 2016-2017 League year was a big one for Communications. The committee focused on fresh marketing strategies and updating policies. Members also refurbished the League’s printed and digital publications, including five brand new printed publications, a new website and improved graphic design. The committee also prepared for restructuring into three separate committees for the 2017-2018 year.


As a cornerstone to the Junior League of Omaha’s mission,

training played an even larger role during the 2016 - 2017

League year. The Training Committee planned and executed 10 training workshops focused on training for life, League and leadership. The workshops were open to everyone in the League and were attended by 718 members.

training feature

Life League


The Training Committee planned and hosted 10 training events during the League year.

Blogger Ashli Brehm, Breast Cancer Survivor Gallup Strengths Finder Workshop


Philanthropy and Your Taxes Guided Goal Setting with Lululemon

2 4 1. Training Committee Chair, Lexie Frahm (center) and Co-Vice Chairs Cindy Grunzel (right) and Kati Davis pose together before an event. 2. Blogger Ashli Brehm speaking at the October General Meeting.


Self Defense 101: Krav Maga Style

3. Junior League Members and guest show off their Emily Post Etiquette books following the Evening of Social and Dining Etiquette event. 4. Presenter and Member Sammi Kieser (left) and Member Mary Jane Trisch act out a scene during the Gallup Stengths Finder Workshop.

An Evening of Social and Dining Etiquette Omaha Mayoral Candidate Forum Calligraphy 101 Parliamentary Procedure 101 Leave a Legacy: Estate Planning & Philanthropic Giving Forum


community impact council

Community Impact Council A Book of My Own | Done-in-a-Day | Project Development | Project Hope Pack

So many women join the Junior League of Omaha to make a difference in our community. We continue to fulfill this fundamental part of our mission through our impact projects and initiatives. This past year, League volunteers have promoted literacy in our community’s children and youth, provided comfort and important necessities to area children in crisis situations, and supported multiple other local nonprofit organizations through short-term volunteer and support projects. The women of the Junior League of Omaha remain committed to responding to the needs of our community and continue to seek out opportunities to develop mutually-beneficial partnerships with other groups doing vital community work.

2016-2017 Community Impact Council Director Deyna Rouse

community impact council • by the numbers

1,410 16,428

total # of backpacks distributed by Project Hope Pack

$2,000 110+

# of books distributed by A Book of My Own

Members volunteer at a Done-in-a-Day event at Omaha Children’s Museum.

Project Hope Pack accepting a grant donation from Omaha Community Service Foundation.

amount in mini grants distributed by Project Development Committee

total Done-in-a-Day committee volunteer hours

Shift swap! Project Hope Pack Committee completes an ABOMO shift.

Community Impact Council Sustainer Advisors A Book of My Own: Jennifer Patten-Benson | Done-in-a-Day: Tina Nelson | Project Development: Megan Addison Project Hope Pack: Alicia Battershell | Community Impact Council: Jodie Mackintosh


doing goodin the community Done-in-a-Day exposes Junior League of Omaha volunteers to other

organizations around the Omaha area, many of which have a long history with the League.

The committee offers League members more than a dozen opportunities to connect with organizations throughout the year. The wide variety of projects include working with at-risk youth in afterschool programs, building homes with Habitat with Humanity and providing stable housing for families in need. These partnerships allow the League to join forces with other groups who are also doing impactful work in Omaha, expanding our reach and furthering our mission. Done-in-a-Day Partners

All Play Children’s Hospital & Medical Center Fit Girl, Inc. Food Bank for the Heartland Habitat for Humanity NorthStar Omaha Children’s Museum Omaha Symphony Open Door Mission Project Everlast QLI The Hope Center for Kids The Rose Theater Youth Emergency Services

In Their Words DIAD partnered with 14 agencies, providing more than 140 volunteer shifts—exceeding our committee goal. Amy Benedict, DIAD Chair

Project Everlast serves a unique group, one I think is easily forgotten. It was wonderful being able to help out and contribute to the great work of this organization. Lauren Anderson, DIAD Volunteer

Every Junior League volunteer we have gotten to work with through the years has been amazing! JLO ladies are incredibly hard workers and do a terrific job. Jen Karolski, Quality Living, Inc.



1. Members volunteer at the Fit Girl, Inc. Empowerment Camp during the summer. 2. The Omaha Symphony’s annual Halloween event is one of Done-in-a-Day’s favorite volunteer opportunities. 3. The League participated in Habitat for Humanity’s Women’s Build in April 2017.


The QLI Done-in-a-Day event was especially meaningful, knowing that the goodies we put together for the kids were going to be shared with their loved ones in rehab. Emily Barr, DIAD Volunteer


impacting the community through books When you break up the title of the A Book of My Own project, you will learn the two main ways this group impacted the Omaha community this year.

First, A Book: the children who receive books at the A Book of My Own distributions are typically falling behind in school and struggling with literacy. By providing them with a book they are able to improve their literacy by having the opportunity to read at home—a prilivege many take for granted.

Second, My Own: children are so excited to have something that is all theirs, something they own, something that has their name in it. These kids don’t always have many things to call their own and they walk away with pride, holding something that is all theirs, and excited to read.

For the children to be able to pick out their own book(s) to take home, it was incredibly meaningful to them. ABOMO Partner (Anonymous)

We are proud to have raised more than $8,100 and partnered with 37 different agencies to distribute 16,500 books (and counting) to children this year.

Katie Anderson, ABOMO Co-Chair

Our students are in extreme poverty and the majority of them have no books at home. These students will now have the thrill of owning a book of their own which they can read as often as they like!

1 1. A Book of My Own Committee members take part in a book distribution at the Big Brothers Big Sisters winter carnival. The committee held 37 book distributions throughout the year.

ABOMO Partner (Anonymous)

2. Member Taylor Pugh shops for books to hand out. The committee raised more than $8,000 to purchase books to give to kids in need.

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In Their Words

It was so fun watching many of the boys really think about which book they wanted to choose—picking the right book was really important to them. Lisa Tonjes Moritz, ABOMO Volunteer

making a difference to kids in need Since its inception, Project Hope

Pack has provided thousands of backpacks to children who are in crisis situations in the Omaha metro area. Not only are the items in the packs providing some basic necessities, but they are also creating a positive psychological effect on the children who receive them. According to social and caseworkers who have distributed the packs, the children “light up” and view the packs as being the best gifts they have ever received, instilling hope. Their reaction alone proves how impactful the packs are to their hearts and minds. A car full of backpacks are ready to be delivered to a Project Hope Pack partner. Through out the year, 1410 packs were distributed to boys and girls in need.

In Their Words This has been an amazing year for Project Hope Pack! We were able, with 130 League volunteers, to make and distribute nearly 1,500 packs for children in crisis. Joey Gaines, PHP Chair

The women of the Junior League of Omaha have done so much for us. Thank you for sharing the resources and spirit of generosity with the families who come to the center, many of whom recently immigrated or have refugee status. Jessie, Heart Ministry

project hope pack: a personal perspective As a former child abuse and neglect case manager for Nebraska Families Collaborative, I experienced some of the toughest situations I could have imagined. Many times, I was called to Project Harmony to aid a child who had been removed from their home due to a crisis. I handed out many backpacks during my time there. The best part of those long, hard nights was being able to give really cool backpacks to little ones who didn’t have any other possessions of their own. Kids of all ages were touched by the fuzzy bears or baby dolls.

Your generosity helps to fill these backpacks - you make a difference in the lives of these children! These backpacks make it easier for caseworkers to do their job and support children involved with the child welfare system, easier for foster parents who may have children placed with them at 3 a.m. and don’t have any pajamas and, most importantly, they make it a little less scary for children removed from their homes. Sarah Hanify - Junior League Member

The items chosen for the packs are true representations of how dire the situations are for these children. I’m so proud to have been able to give, even in a small way, some form of assistance. Brandie Stallsworth, PHP Volunteer



Fundraising Council

American Girl Fashion Show | Big Red Block Party | bRUNch 5K | Cookbook | Development & Donor Relations Kids Rule Fashion Show | The Color Run

The Fundraising Council supports the Junior League of Omaha’s mission by securing financial support for its projects and training initiatives. During the past year, we sent a favorite fundraiser, The American Girl Fashion Show, off in style and began a new venture with the Kids Rule Fashion Show and Omaha Fashion Week. We also built upon the success of bRUNch 5K, cheered the Huskers on at the Big Red Block Party, prepared for the launch of our cookbook and volunteered for the Color Run. Not only did the Fundraising Council’s seven committees provide diverse revenue streams for the Junior League of Omaha, but also offered valuable experiences for participating committee members. Because fundraising is an essential skill for community volunteers and nonprofit leaders, the training received during this League year will have an impact beyond the organization for many years to come. 2016-2017 Fundraising Council Director Melissa Carlberg

fundraising council • in logos

a centennial celeb ration cookb ook by the Junior League of Omaha

Fundraising Council Sustainer Advisors American Girl Fashion Show: Anne Medlock | Big Red Block Party: Megan Gilligan | bRUNch 5K: Courtney Dunbar Cookbook: Nancy Whitted, Kate Grabill & Jami Heidemann | Development & Donor Relations: Courtney Dunbar Fundraising Council: Wanda Gottschalk



In only two years, bRUNch 5K has doubled its revenue, and participation continues to grow.

As the League’s longest standing fundraiser, the American Girl Fashion Show has raised more than $685,000 since 1995.

Celebrating its sixth year in 2016, Big Red Block Party has garnered growing sponsorship support.

American Girl Fashion Show

Big Red Block Party Volunteer Hours: 1,261 # Guests: 210 Total Revenue $25,829

Volunteer Hours: 1,325 # Attendees: 1600+ Total Revenue $64,218

Junior League of Omaha has partnered with the Color Run for three years by providing volunteers.

bRUNch 5K

Volunteer Hours: 1,042 # Registrations: 233 Total Revenue $21,579

Color Run

Volunteer Hours: 159 # Volunteers provided by Junior League of Omaha: 200 Total Revenue: $9,400

The Cookbook committee received more than $2,000 in presales.

The Barn Bash “mini fundraiser” hosted a sold-out crowd in 2016.


Volunteer Hours: 1,332 # Recipes Collected: 650 Tasting Party Contributors: 640

The League’s newest fundraiser proved to be wildly successful.

Development & Donor Kids Rule Fashion Relations Show Volunteer Hours: 656 # Tickets Sold to Barn Bash: 75 Grants obtained: $12,500

Volunteer Hours: 308 Tickets Sold: 580 Total Revenue: $13,955


special donors Since 1919, the Junior League of Omaha has trained volunteers, provided civic leadership, raised funds and developed programs and services to help

make Omaha great.

98 years of service $2 million 1.4 million volunteer hours

, our membership has

Throughout our League’s

donated more than


to causes in our community.

Thank you to our donors and sponsors who allow us to make a continued impact in Omaha!

Corporate & Individual Donors

Thank you to our sponsors for helping to make our events successful and for supporting our mission. Leland J. and Dorothy Olson Foundation Omaha Community Service Foundation Jodie McKintosh Ray and Kim Volpone Sarah and Guinio Volpone Gavilon BKD, LLP Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Ambassador Real Estate Classic Dentistry Kari and Bryan Hohenstein Home Instead Senior Care Omaha Home Sales - Cindy Forehead and Rachel Skradski Crave Jackson Lewis PC Miller Lathrop PC LLO NGC Group, Inc. Scooter’s Coffee, LLC


Omaha! Gives Donors 2016 - 2017 Megan Addison Emily Anderson Kathryn Anderson Alicia and Mike Battershell Jennifer Benson Jamie Blanchard Dawn Buchanan Lindsey Buchanan Eric Chandler Phyllis Choat Mitchell Cunningham Emily Flom Joanne Gaines Megan Gehrke Pendery Haines Kathryn Hansen Melissa Hoeman Lakelyn Hogan Roger Humphries Sammi Kaiser Rebecca Kerns Kerri Lewis Kristin Lewis Sarah Macdissi

Alyson Manning Mary McFarlin Megan McFarlin Jan McKenzie Lucy Medvec Judith Mori Michele Mower Gwendolyn Olney Kathleen Pitschka Alysia Radicia Megan Riebe Guillermo Rosas Deyna Rouse Allison Schorr Nicole Seckman Jilek Brenda Smith Elizabeth Smith Katherine Spratte Lisa Tonjes Moritz Ann Tosel Mary Trecek Katie Triplett Jennifer Vacek Heather Vanourney

Annual Fund Donors 2016 - 2017 Megan Addison Miranda Aden Janet Anderson Kimberly Banat Jen Bartelt Renee Black Jessica Blackman Deanna Bosselman Anne Bothe Trudy Bredthauer Sandra Bruns Dawn Buchanan Lindsey Buchanan Lori Bucholz Karen Burkley Chaley Chandler Susan Chenoweth Linda Chloupek Phyllis Choat Brenda Christensen Judy Clark Jackie Conway Vicki Cunningham Angela Cutler Mary Daub Kristi Davis Britt Dudzinski Carol Dvorak Andrea M. Eiler Nancy Estabrook Janice Falk Amanda Ferguson Barbara Fitzgerald Lexie Frahm Amber Gard Kathy Gerber Brady Gibson Lisa Gravelle Megan Guenther Vicki Hallett Kate Hansen Allison Hardy Janet Harley Debbie Hart Julie Hefflinger Cindy Heider Courtney Hellman Sara Hemley Ashley Hinderaker Sam Hohman Shelley Hourigan Sara Huse Maureen Irish Nancy Jacobson Marcia Jones Ruth Keene Anna Kirshenbaum Suzanne Kotula

Myrna Krohn Diny Landen Amanda LaPuzza Jackie Lesiak Steffanie Luteran Carolyn Magid Erica McDonald Sarah McGowan Anne Medlock Charlene Meyer Wendy Moore Elizabeth Murphy Summer Nabity Lindsey Natvig Karen Nelsen Christine Nikunen Julie Olson Michelle Pernicek Jennifer Peters Amanda Petersen Jennifer Peterson Kate Pitschka Nancy Prauner Nicole Caputo Megan Riebe Natalie Riggs Christy Rooney Mary Root Betty Sample Drake Amie Schellpeper Deb Schmadeke Seirra Seeley Kathleen Seidel Stacey Shadden Kathryn Simpson Brenda Smith Liz Smith Katherine Spratte Libby Stiles Ann Stinson Kendra Swanson Maureen Turner Heather Vanourney Samantha Wahl Leslie Walter Carol Wang Dian Warren Christine Webster Barbara “Babs” Weinberg Bobbi Wells-Dyer Maureen Whalen Nancy Whitted Jennifer Zatechka

Junior League of Omaha Foundation Donors 2016 - 2017 Megan Addison Jennifer Alloway Marian Andersen Janet Anderson Kathryn Anderson Catherine Arnold Kimberly Banat Jen Bartelt Rita Bartlett Anne Baxter Brett Bedel Anna Bird Sally Bisson-Best Renee Black Nicole Bohuslavsky Deanna Bosselman Anne Bothe Sandra Bruns Lindsey Buchanan Lori Bucholz Danielle Bunz Bonnie Burke Karen Burkley Mary Ellen Callahan Chaley Chandler Susan Chenoweth Linda Chloupek Phyllis Choat Brenda Christensen Jacqueline Christianson Bethany Clark Judy Clark Jackie Conway Jessica Covi Victoria Cunningham Mary Daub Kristi Davis Mary de Souza Mary Dobleman Carol Dvorak Terri Eischeid Cynthia Epstein Nancy Estabrook Erin Fairchild Janice Falk PRP-R Kay Farrell Katherine Fitzgerald-Grandsaert Carolyn Fleming Mary Focht Leigh Garvin Kathy Gerber Brady Gibson Jane Gilbert Laura Gordon Wanda Gottschalk Erica Goven Kate Grabill

Lisa Gravelle Beth Greiner Megan Guenther Cindy Guenzel Judith Haecker Laura Hale Vicki Hallett Bea Haney Carolyn Hansen Kathryn Hansen Stephanie Hansen Debbie Hart Cyndi Hartman Cindy Heider Kareen Hickman Pam Hoesing Margaret Hoffmaster Nancy Holloran Meghan Hope Shannon Hoy Annette Huff Theresa Jehlik Anne Jetter Andrea Johnson Mary Johnson Marcia Jones Ruth H. Keene Emily Kemp Becki Kerns Eric Koeplin Myrna Krohn Diny Landen Mary Landen Amanda LaPuzza Mary Larsen Emily Lauritzen Kristin Lewis Anne Lieben Sandra Lundholm Julie Lyons Jodie Mackintosh Janet Mardis Shelly Marsh Kathryn Martin Abby McConnaughhay Megan McFarlin Sarah McGowan Suzanne McNamara Barbara McNeal Eleanor McNichols Susan McWhorter Anne Medlock Carolyn Meissner Michele Merrill Sue Meusey Charlene Meyer Maria Minderman Wendy Moore Darlene Mueller Erin Murnan Elizabeth Murphey

Barbara Mussleman Lindsey Natvig Karen Nelsen Diane Neumann Lucy Newberry Nancy Nielsen Christine Nikunen Mary Ochsner Kathleen O’Konski Judith Olson Mary Katherine O’Neil Jennifer Pansing Brienn Parker Jessica Pate Jennifer Peters Kayla Pottebaum Nancy Prauner Susan Reaves Lynda Thomas Reed Mary Lynn Reiser Megan Riebe Mary Root Deyna Rouse Lisa Russell Jeanne Salerno Betty Sample Drake Deb Schmadeke Nicole Seckman Jilek Shelley Siemers Kim Simon Kathryn Simpson Julie Skradski Brenda Smith Amanda Synder Christine Stevens Libby Stiles Ann Stinson Alexandra Stoll Mary Ann Strasheim Peggy & Bill Swanson Nessie Swedlund Lisa Turner Cindy Vaccaro Heather Vanourney Gail Veitzer Suzann Wagner Samantha Wahl Carol Wang Joy Watanabe Christine Webster Martha Weiss Kathryn Wells Anne Thorne Weaver Nancy Whitted Andrea Willman Stacy Wilson Jennifer Zatechka

*as of May 31, 2017


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