Ben Sasse, Ph.D. is a fifth-generation Nebraskan who fixes broken institutions, currently serving as president of Midland University.
Chris Hughes is the founder of Artifact Bag Co. in Omaha, where he designs and manufactures canvas and leather goods.
Jeremy Pietrocini serves as an Advanced Consultant for Gallup as an advisor to individuals and teams who desire to improve performance and the impact of their brand.
Joe Starita holds an endowed chair at the University of Nebraska College of Journalism and Mass Communications.
Dr. John Kyndt is a biochemist and entrepreneur who is turning scientific discoveries into real-life, sustainable innovations.
Karen is the VP of Strategic Initiatives at Phase2, an open source software company in Washington, DC.
Laura Burhenn is a singer-songwriter and front woman of the Saddle Creek, Omaha-based band, The Mynabirds.
Laurie Smith Camp is the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska.
Dr. Mike Feilmeier is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons.
Born in Berlin, Paul Kulik spent 20 years cooking in Omaha before opening the Boiler Room Restaurant in 2009.
While best known for his Barcode Art, Scott Blake has created works that are scandalous, witty, fun, pornographic, and humorous.
Susan Ann Koenig is an attorney turned executive coach, speaker, and writer who inspires and empowers leaders to make their greatest contribution.
Adeev and Ezra Potash, known as the Potash Twins, are jazz musicians and entertainers from Omaha, Nebraska.
Tunette Powell published “The Other Woman” – a bold and emotional memoir about her father’s drug addiction.