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Kelcey F. Krings

Class of '00, College of Arts and Sciences

Polk City, Iowa,  Kelcey has begun a new position as territory manager, associate vice president at Iowa Bankers Mortgage Company.

Jaimie J. Parr

Class of '00, College of Professional Studies

Grand Island,   Jaimie has been appointed as the interim executive director of the Nebraska State Fair.  Parr began her tenure with the fair in 1998, while taking night courses for her degree.  She has most recently served as chief of sales and service.

Ryan K. Peterson

Class of '00, College of Arts and Sciences

Lincoln, Ryan recently began a new position as a Delivery Partner, for HCM Practice at Tata Consultancy Services.

Jim J. Weeks

Class of '85, College of Arts and Sciences

Class of '00, Master of Education

Auburn, Jim coached the Auburn High School Boys Basketball team to their 2nd consecutive C-1 State title with a 58-34 victory over Ogallala during the Boys State Basketball Tournament in March.

Adam N. Ward

Class of '00, College of Arts and Sciences

Adam N. Ward ’00, Crete, is a business system analyst with the Nebraska Department of Environment & Energy.

Marcus A. Mroczek

Class of '00, College of Arts and Sciences

North Platte, Nebraska

Marcus has been appointed as Assistant Principal and Activities Director at Gothenburg Public Schools. Marcus' appointment is effective August 1, 2019. 

Jess Buller

Class of '00, College of Arts and Sciences

Kremmling, Colorado 

Jess's 501 (c)(3) non-profit was recently awarded a $1.5M, three-year 21st Century Community Learning Center grant to bring 5th day programming to 4-day week schools in Colorado. 

Megan Keaton Ebke

Class of '00, College of Arts and Sciences

Lawerence, Kansas

Megan joined the new Topeka Center for Advanced Learning and Careers in the Teaching as a Profession pathway this year. The new building is opening as part of her district's push to prepare students for life after high school through career and technical education. The district currently offers nine pathways and plans to expand to include more! 

James T. Widdelfield

Class of '00, Master of Education

Minden, Nebraska 

James is the new Minden Public Schools Superintendent.