With her farm upbringing in Iowa, Tracy has been around animals her entire life. Pets then included cats, dogs and a llama! As llamas are not great in urban areas, Tracy’s pet choice now is her dog, Ruby, a Boxer mix. She has enjoyed her roles at non-profit organizations for most of her career. Prior to the NHS, Tracy’s experience in development and grants included Lauritzen Gardens and the Peter Kiewit Foundation.
Contact Tracy via email or phone (402-905-3428 office) with any questions regarding grants or the Combined Federal Campaign.
Gordon loves animals and often finds himself in the middle of his pack! Ted, a Pug, and Homer, a Goldendoodle (pictured), along with Pug brothers, Norm and Hank, and Kess the cat, are NHS alums and uniquely complete the Krentz clan. “The animals find me, I don’t find them. It’s one of the dangers, or perks, depending on how you look at it, of working at the NHS – your family can and will grow very quickly.”
Contact Gordon via email or phone (402-905-3483 office) with any questions regarding special events and Friends Forever. He is also a good ‘matchmaker’ for those looking to add four-legged friends to their family.
Sandy grew up in Nebraska with at least one dog always by her side. She was a volunteer at NHS for five years, before deciding to join the team professionally. She has now been in her dream role for more than 12 years where she gets to work with numbers and be around animals. She has gained a love for cats and rabbits during her time at NHS – having multiples of each as officemates. Sandy enjoys going for walks and watching movies with her husband, Pat, and Briscoe “the Kid,” her German Shorthaired Pointer (pictured), who usually seats himself in the middle of the couch.
Contact Sandy via email or phone (402-905-3445 office) with any questions regarding matching gifts, brick or tribute gifts or ACH updates.
A native Omahan, Jennifer’s love and appreciation for all animals, companion and wild, started very early - too early to even remember. Three of her pets were adopted from the Nebraska Humane Society, two very good dogs and one very bad (but well loved) cat. Prior to joining the Nebraska Humane Society, Jennifer provided human resources consulting services to nonprofits, co-founded an award-winning start-up veterinary clinic and partnered with the charitably minded to make transformational gifts in support of higher education. Jennifer is honored to be able to bring her education and experience to the Nebraska Humane Society to help people and pets live better together.
Contact Jennifer via email or phone (402-905-3486 office, 402-810-0026 cell) if you would like to know more about bequests, beneficiary designations, Donor Advised Funds (DAFs), Charitable IRA Rollovers, charitable annuities, charitable trusts and more.