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Adam Hoebelheinrich
I grew up on a farm in northeast Nebraska and went to school in Hartington.  After high school I went to UNL and earned a degree in Construction Management and went to work for Kiewit Building Group in Omaha and have lived in Omaha since.  In 2011 I took advantage of an opportunity and went to work for Project Control, a national Owner’s Representative/Project Management Company where we started in Nebraska with work on the Pinnacle Bank Arena and West Haymarket development projects in Lincoln.  After completion of the Arena, I have lead our team which has since started our Midwest Office and it has steadily grown.
Outside of work I have a wonderful wife Brittany, and three great kids Blythe (7), Sterling (5), and Crosby (2).  Brittany owns and operates the Heartwood Event Room in Papillion where I am the head of maintenance…J.  My hobbies include spending time with my family, watching sports, home projects, woodworking, and spending time back on the farm.
Joe Pepitone
Joe is the Chief Administrator at Arial Home Care, LLC. He oversees the day-to-day operations of the home care company through the Medicaid waiver program.
He also oversees legal compliance and policy development as well as the hiring and supervision of all staff. Joe also carries out policy directoves of the Managing Members and reports directly to the Managing Members in all matters related to the maintenance, operation and management of the company.
Sam Rennick
Sam has a background in healthcare philanthropy as well as foundation and higher education administration. Most recently, Sam was the Executive Director of the Beatrice Community Hospital Foundation in Beatrice, NE. He also served as Director of Scholarship Programs for The Ford Family Foundation based in Roseburg, OR. Prior to his role at TFFF, he spent nearly 28 years serving as Vice President of Enrollment and College Relations, Senior Director of  Development and  Director of Admissions at Hastings College (Nebraska), his alma mater. In addition to his undergraduate degree from Hastings, Sam earned a Master of Arts Degree in Educational Administration from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. He is a native of Pilger, NE, and currently lives in Bennington, NE.
Terri Sanders
Terri D. Sanders is the Publisher of The Omaha Star Newspaper, a biweekly community newspaper. She is a communicator with a passion for moving the needle forward in her community. She also serves a dual role as the Executive Director of the Mildred D Brown Memorial Study Center, a 501(c)(3) organization that which on junior journalism,--promoting the profession of Journalism to high school students, higher education scholarships, archiving of the Omaha Star, and publishing The Omaha Star Newspaper. The Omaha Star was started by Mildred D. Brown, an African American woman 83 years ago and the only paper if its kind in the state. The Omaha Star has never missed publishing the paper since 1938.
Sanders is the former Executive Director of the Great Plains Black History Museum. She has been credited with raising the Great Plains Black History Museum, an African American Museum from a twenty-year inactivity to a thriving museum noted in the mid-west for documenting the contributions of African Americans in the great plains of our country.
She was the initial site manager of the Fair Deal Village MarketPlace, a retail opportunity that includes a grocery store, restaurant, and ten shipping containers that house eight businesses. The MarketPlace is a $2.4 million economic development project by the Omaha Economic Development Corporation in the North Omaha community.
An award winning serial entrepreneur (Omaha Chamber Minority Business of the Year) she has had businesses that have spanned over 35 years from being a seamstress, certified balloon artist, wedding planner, event management, and personal catering.
The mother of three outstanding adults, Daniel II, owner of 2 and 2 Contracting, LLC; Symone D Sanders, Sr. Spokesperson for Vice President Kamala Harris, and Averi Sanders, who is a Hospitality Professional. She was married to Daniel Sanders for 37 years before his death in 2017.
Terri loves to travel and contributing to the fabric of her community.