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Deanna (Dee) Acklie Ph.D
10922 Hascall Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68144
402-669-0642 (cell)
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Education:

DOCTORATE OF PHILOSOPHY IN EDUCATION. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Emphasis: Community and Human Resource Development, August 2003.

MASTERS OF EDUCATION. University of Nebraska-Kearney, 1988. Major: Elementary Education /Early Childhood Education G.P.A.: 3.939

BACHELOR OF ARTS. University of Nebraska-Kearney, 1980. Major: Elementary Education Endorsement: Special Education G.P.A.: 3.792

NEBRASKA TEACHER CERTIFICATION: 

Elementary Education K-6
Special Education K-12
Early Childhood Education B-3

Experience:

DIRECTOR OF TEACHER EDUCATION, CERTIFICATION OFFICER, AND HEAD OF UNIT, College of Saint Mary, Omaha, NE, June 2012 – July 2017.

Plan and implement program-specific policies and procedures to meet the needs of diverse students enrolled in both graduate and undergraduate teacher education. Complete reports and monitor program policies to meet Nebraska Rule and Federal Rule of Education and accreditation. Supervise, hire staff and faculty, implement, and plan budgets for the Teacher Education Department. Serve as primary author Nebraska Department of Education Rule 20 and 24 folios.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR and DIRECTOR SPECIAL EDUCATION, College of Saint Mary, Omaha, Nebraska, 2003 – Present.

Plan and implement instruction for education students enrolled in education and special education coursework at both graduate and undergraduate levels. Hire and train Special Education adjunct faculty.

COURSES TAUGHT AT CSM:

Assessment of Diverse Learners
Assessment
Children's Literature
Introduction to Special Education
Guidance and Classroom Management
Special Education Law & Ethics
Inclusive Practices
Critical Issues in Special Education- I
Critical Issues Special Education- II
Literacy Assessment
Mild/Moderate Handicapping Conditions
Literacy Methods
Science & Social Science Methods
Adolescent Literature
Middle/Secondary Reading Methods
Early Childhood Inclusive Practices
Human Relations/Multicultural Education
Early Childhood Administration
Early Childhood Literacy Development

RESEARCH ASSISTANT. University of Nebraska State Museum, Summer 2002.

Serve as an active member of the Wonderwise 4-H Evaluation team. Gather data from six research sites including, field notes, general observations, and youth interviews. Transcribe and organize data. Began data analysis.

PRESCHOOL TEACHER. Gretna Public Schools, Gretna, Nebraska 1999 – 2003.

Plan and implement instruction for multi-aged children enrolled in an inclusive preschool program.

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR. Iowa Western Community College, Council Bluffs, Iowa 2001 – 2003.

Planned and implemented instruction for community college students enrolled in Child Development, Diploma Program; Supervision and Management of Child Care Centers, A.A.S. Degree.
Courses taught:

Guidance and Interaction
Child Care Administration I & II

TRAINER. Early Childhood Training Center, Omaha, Nebraska 1988 – Present.

Plan and present training as contracted for topics on:

Child Development
Guidance and Positive Discipline
High/Scope Curriculum
Child Care Center Administration
Program Planning
Program Evaluation

INSTRUCTOR AND ASSISTANT DIRECTOR RUTH STAPLES CHILD DEVELOPMENT LAB SCHOOL. Family and Consumer Science Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska 1994 – 1999.

Plan and implement instruction for students enrolled in lab practicum, supervise staff and volunteers, administer budgets, plan and implement services for a multi-aged preschool classroom with children, aged two through five, from 14 different countries.

Courses taught:

Preschool Development
Preschool Development Lab
Senior Practicum and Seminar
Early Childhood Program Administration

INSTRUCTOR. Iowa Western Community College, Council Bluffs, Iowa 1991 – 1994.

Planned and implemented instruction for community college students enrolled in Child Development, Diploma Program; Supervision and Management of Child Care Centers, A.A.S. Degree and Working with Individuals with Disabilities, Diploma Program.

Courses taught include:

Child Growth and Development I & II

Guidance and Interaction I & II

Introduction to Exceptional Individuals

Child Care Administration I & II

The Foundation and Philosophy of Caring for Exceptional Individuals The Family and Community of Exceptional Individuals

Physical Care of the Disabled

Supervised Practicum Students:

Child Development Work Experience I

Working with Individuals with Disabilities Work Experience I Supervision and Management Field Experience I & II

DIRECTOR. Even Start Family Literacy Project, North Platte Public Schools, North Platte, Nebraska 1990 – 1991.

Established the first Even Start Program in the state of Nebraska, supervised staff, managed a $250, 000.00 budget, continuation grant writing for Chapter 1 Even Start Funds, planned and developed individual service plans for 36 families.

PRESCHOOL TEACHER. Holy Cross Preschool, Kearney, Nebraska 1985 – 1990.

Planned and developed services for 36 preschool-aged children, including individuals with special needs. Supervised field experience students and student teachers from the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

CHILD CARE TEACHER. Rhyme and Reason Child Care, Kearney, Nebraska Summer 1987.

Child care for 12 three and four-year-old children.

RESOURCE TEACHER. Overton Public Schools, Overton, Nebraska 1983 – 1985. 

Planned, scheduled, and implemented Individual Education Plans for 24 learning disabled children grades K-12, 15 gifted students, Future Problem Solvers Coach, Pep Club Sponsor, and Cheerleader Supervisor.

ELEMENTARY TEACHER. Tufford District #122, Mason City, Nebraska 1981 – 1983.

Planned, scheduled, and implemented instruction for 14 students in a one-room rural school, grades K-8 including 3 children with special needs.

PREKINDERGARTEN SCREENING COORDINATOR. Education Service Unit 10, Kearney, Nebraska, Spring 1980.

Planned, scheduled, and implemented 5 member screening teams in a seven-county area.

Conference Presentations:

Acklie, D. & Grimme-Epps, M. (September 2019) Addressing the Challenges of Poverty, Aha Process Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana

Acklie, D. (October 2018) My View from the Ridge, Addressing the Challenges of Poverty. Aha Process Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia

Acklie, D. (October 2013) Single Parent Success: Solutions for K-12, Higher Education, and Communities. Aha Process Annual Conference. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Acklie, D. (August 2013) Music and Movement across the curriculum and Literacy activities across the curriculum, Iowa State Missouri Synod Early Childhood Teachers Conference, Des Moines Iowa.

Acklie, D. (August 2013) Literacy activities across the curriculum, Iowa State Missouri Synod Early Childhood Teachers Conference, Des Moines Iowa.

Acklie, D. (June 2013) Webinar – Aha Process, Working with under-resourced college populations at College of Saint Mary.

Acklie, D. (October 2012) Partnerships with Liberty School, Solutions for K-12, Higher Education and Communities. Aha Process Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Acklie, D. (October 2012) Beyond the Book Study Group, Solutions for K-12, Higher Education, and Communities. Aha Process Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana.

Acklie, D. Arrah R. (2011) Building a School One Student At a Time, Midwest Consortium for Service-Learning in Higher Education, South Dakota.

Acklie, D. (September 2008) Crestview Gardens: Working with Graduate students and Service Learning. Midwest Consortium for Service-Learning in Higher Education, South Dakota.

Acklie, D. (September 2007) LIFE: Literacy Impacts Future Experiences. Service-Learning Pioneering A Powerful Pedagogy. Midwest Consortium for Service-Learning in Higher Education, Kearney, Nebraska.

Acklie, D. (May 2007). LIFE: Literacy Impacts Future Experiences. Carlow Roundtable, Carlow, Ireland.

Acklie, D. (January 2007). Overview of Special Needs Children, Orange Walk Ministry of Education, Orange Walk, Belize.

Acklie, D. & Rupiper M. (April 2006). Transitions a Family Affair: Moving from IFSP to IEP. Midwest Association for the Education of Young Children, Omaha, Nebraska.

Infant Toddler Symposium (February 2004) Omaha Association for the Education of Young Children / Early Childhood Training Center, Omaha, Nebraska.

Omaha Association for the Education of Young Children Annual Kaleidoscope Conference (April 2004), Omaha, Nebraska.

Spiegel, A.N., Rockwell, S.K., Acklie, D. S., Frerichs, S.W., French, K. & Diamond, J. (May 2004). Wonderwise 4-H: Following in the Footsteps of Women Scientists. Summary of Conference Proceedings, Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, Dublin, Ireland.

Acklie, D. S., Rockwell, S.K., Frerichs, S.W., Spiegel, A.N., & Diamond, J. (November 2003). Integrating Relationship Maps into Semi-structured Interviews to Evaluate Role Modeling for Youth. Conference Proceedings, Extension Education Evaluation Topical Interest Group, American Evaluation Association, Reno, Nevada. Available: danr.ucop.edu/eee-aea/

(Non-refereed)

My View from the Ridge, Fall Faculty In-services, College of Saint Mary Fall: 2018

Faculty Roundtable, Spring Faculty In-service, College of Saint Mary: January 2018

Flipped Teaching, Spring Faculty In-service, College of Saint Mary January 2013

Understanding and Engaging Under-Resources College Students, Faculty Book Discussion Group Facilitator, Spring 2011

“High/Scope: Applications to K-3 Classrooms”, Early Years Conference, Kearney, Nebraska: Spring 2001.

“Movement and Music throughout the Daily Routine”, Early Years Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska; Spring 2000.

“Movement throughout the Daily Routine”, Hand in Hand, Iowa Western Community College Scholarship Conference, Council Bluffs, Iowa: Fall 1998.

“Movement and Music throughout the Daily Routine”, Kaleidoscope Conference, Omaha and Southwest Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children; Spring 1998.

“Movement and Music throughout the Daily Routine”, Early Years Conference: Grand Island, Nebraska; Spring 1998.

“Art More Than a Mess”, Early Years Conference: Grand Island, Nebraska; Spring 1997.

“Teaching is a Multi-cultural Experience”, Mid-West Association for the Education of Young Children: Lincoln, Nebraska; Spring 1996.

“Teaching is a Multi-cultural Experience” and “Hands on Activities for 2’s, 3’s and 4’s”, Building Futures Conference, Creston, Iowa; February 1996.

“High/Scope Overview” and “Elements of a Daily Routine”, Annual Nebraska Conference: The Association for the Education of Young Children: Columbus, Nebraska; October 1995.

“Puppetry for Preschool”, Kaleidoscope Conference: Council Bluffs, Iowa; Spring 1995.

“Activities for Toddlers and Two’s”, Southwest Iowa Association for the Education of Young Children: Fall Conference: Council Bluffs, Iowa; Fall 1992.

“Parenting Potpourri”, Annual Conference: The Association for the Education of Young Children: Omaha, Nebraska; Spring 1992.

“Parents as a Reading Partner”, State Chapter 1 Reading Conference: Kearney, Nebraska; Spring, 1991.

“Even Start Overview”, Early Years Conference, Kearney, Nebraska; Spring 1991.

“Para-educators in the Early Childhood Classroom”, State Para-educators Conference: Omaha, Nebraska; Fall 1991.

“Panel Participant-Intergenerational Care and the Public Schools”, Nebraska State School Board Association Conference: Lincoln, Nebraska; Fall 1990.

“Small Group Time”, Annual Nebraska Conference: The Association for the Education of Young Children: Grand Island, Nebraska; Fall 1989.

“Happy Bear and Beyond”, Annual Lutheran Teachers Conference: Fremont, Nebraska; Fall 1988.

“Happy Bear: A Personal Safety Project for Preschool Children”, Midwest Conference: The Association for the Education of Young Children: Omaha, Nebraska; Spring 1988.

“January Jitters-Thematics and Children”, Annual Conference: The Association for the Education of Young Children: Norfolk, Nebraska; Fall 1987.

Publications:

Acklie D. (Sept. 2017) My View From the Ridge https://drdeeacklie.com  

Spiegel, A.N., Rockwell, K., Acklie, D., Frerichs, S.W., French, K. & Diamond, J. (August 2005) Wonderwise 4-H: Following in the Footsteps of Women Scientists, Journal of Extension, Vol. 43 Number 4, Article number 4FEA3. http://www.joe.org/joe/2005August/ a3.shtml.

Acklie, D. (August 2005) Early Learning Guidelines: Approaches to Learning Training Guide, Early Childhood Training Center. Omaha, NE.

Spiegel, A.N., Rockwell, S.K., Acklie, D. S., Frerichs, S.W., French, K. & Diamond, J. (May 2004). Wonderwise 4-H: Following in the Footsteps of Women Scientists. Summary of Conference Proceedings, Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education, Dublin, Ireland.

Acklie, D. (2003). Community Based Science Education For Fourth to Sixth Graders: Influences of a Female Role Model. Publ. # 3104602.

Acklie, D. S., Rockwell, S.K., Frerichs, S.W., Spiegel, A.N., & Diamond, J. (November 2003). Integrating Relationship Maps into Semi-structured Interviews to Evaluate Role Modeling for Youth. Conference Proceedings, Extension Education Evaluation Topical Interest Group, American Evaluation Association, Reno, Nevada. Available: danr.ucop.edu/ eee-aea/

Child Care Provider Training Manual, North Central Extension Publication, Spring 1996. Chapters: “How Children Ages Three to Five Grow and Learn” and “How to Select Activities that are Developmentally Appropriate”.

“Early Headstart-Curriculum Manual”, Central Nebraska Community Services; Columbus, Nebraska, Spring 1996.

“Lab Handbook”, University of Nebraska Press, Spring 1994. Updates Fall 1995, Spring 1996, Fall 1997, Spring 1998, Fall 1998, Spring 1999.

“Special Services Paraprofessional Handbook”, North Platte Public Schools, Spring 1991.

Professional Affiliations:

Chair, Promotion, Rank and Extended Contract, 2021 - 2022

Educators Rising, Nebraska State Higher Education Representative, 2016 – 2017.

Regional Board Member, Mountain Plains Regional Advisory Board, Mercy Housing Residents Services, June 2014 – July 2017.

Nebraska Council of Teacher Educators, College of Saint Mary Representative 2013 – 2017. Secretary Working Committee C 2014 – 2017.

SEAN Advisor, College of Saint Mary 2010 – 2015.

General Studies Committee College of Saint Mary, 2014 – 2016.

Retention Council, College of Saint Mary 2015 – 2016.

Advising Committee, College of Saint Mary 2015 – 2016.

Nebraska Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, College of Saint Mary Representative 2013 – 2017.

Omaha Public Schools Special Education Advisory Board, 2010 – Present.

Chair – Faculty Development Committee 2010 – 2011 Committee member 2007 – 2011.

Recording Secretary – Nebraska Council for Exceptional Children, 2009 – 2013.

General Studies Ad Hoc Committee, College of Saint Mary 2011 – 2012.

Chair – Honors and Distinguished Scholars Committee, College of Saint Mary, 2007 –2009 Honors Committee member, College of Saint Mary, 2005 – 2010.

Chair – Assessment Committee, 2007 – 2008. Committee member 2006 – 2010 & 2013 – 2014.

Chair – Education Policy Committee, College of Saint Mary, 2004 – 2006.

Secretary Promotion Rank and Extended Contract (PRE) Committee– College of Saint Mary, 2005 – 2006, Committee member 2003 – 2010 & 2011 – 2013 & 2014 – 2017.

Celebration Weekend Committee, College of Saint Mary, 2003. Retention Leadership Committee, College of Saint Mary, 2003 – 2004.

Retention Leadership Committee, College of Saint Mary, 2003.

Family and Consumer Science Search Committee, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Spring 1996, Fall 1997, Spring 1998.

Chair, Courtesy Committee, Family and Consumer Science Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1995 – 1996. Committee member 1994 – 1995.

Chair, Iowa Western Community College Vocational Education Evaluation Committee, 1993 – 1994.

Iowa Western Community College Professional Senate, 1992 – 1993. 

Iowa Western Community College Staff Development Committee, 1992 – 1994.

Iowa Western Community College Staff Relations Committee, 1991 – 1992.

Vice President Professional Growth, Omaha Association for the Education of Young Children, 1992 – 1993.

State Board Member, Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children, 1987 – 1991.

Vice President, Interagency Council, North Platte, Nebraska, 1991.

Vice President, Mid Plains Association for the Education of Young Children, 1990 – 1991.

Iowa Education Association 1991 – 1994.

President, Central Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children, 1988 – 1990.

Vice President, Central Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children, 1986 – 1988.

Nebraska Education Association, 1980 – 1985, 1990 – 1991.

Phi Delta Kappa, Southwest Iowa Chapter, 1992 – Present.

Delta Kappa Gamma, 1989 – Present.

Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children, 1985 – Present.

Conference Committee, Nebraska Association for the Education of Young Children, 1988, 1992.

Trainer for Early Childhood Training Center, Omaha, Nebraska, 1988 – Present.

Voices for Children 2001 – Present.

Council for Exceptional Children 2003 – Present.

Awards and Honors:

2017 – Sabbatical – Fifth Grade Teacher, Crazy Horse School Wanblee, SD (Fall 2017)

2016 – Job Well Done Award, Student nominated for service to students, College of Saint Mary.

2014 – Mercy Housing Recognition For Outstanding Service.

2013 – Service Learning Award, Peer nominated award, College of Saint Mary.

2011 – Mercy Housing Recognition For Outstanding Service.

2010 – Catherine McAuley Outstanding Teacher Award, Peer nominated Award, College of Saint Mary.

2009 – First Lady’s Outstanding Community Service Award, Outstanding Community Partnership in Education, Nebraska.

2006 – 2007 Outstanding Faculty Member, Student nominated award, College of Saint Mary.

1997 Outstanding Teacher, Peer nominated Human Resources and Family Science College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

1996 Outstanding Teacher, Peer nominated Human Resources and Family Sciences College, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

1994 Expect The Best Recipient, Student Nominated Teaching Award, Iowa Western Community College.

1991 Young Careerist Finalist, National Federation of Business and Professional Women, North Platte, Nebraska.

Special Skills:

CAEP Training, Nebraska State training Fall 2014, CAEP National Conference Spring 2015 Denver.

Consultant, Crazy Horse School, Wanblee, South Dakota 2014, Opening Day Teacher Workshop, August 2015, August 2017.

Certified Trainer, College Achievement Alliance, Aha Process, January 2011 – Present, Houston Texas. Lifetime Certification Renewal, December 2015.

Consultant, Joshua’s Foundation, Orange Walk, Belize, January 2007 – 2009.

Consultant, Ministry of Education, Orange Walk, Belize, January 2007 – 2009.

Evaluator Westside Special Education Early Education / Headstart Program, Omaha, Nebraska, 2003 – 2004.

Evaluator Early Headstart and Even Start Programs, Central Nebraska Community Services, 1995 – 1999.

Trained High/Scope Trainers of Trainers Project, Nebraska State Department of Education, 1988 – 1989.

Endorsed High/Scope Trainer, Education through Movement 1997, 1998 & Elementary Education 2000.

Trained Developing Capable People, Dr. Stephen H. Glenn, 1990.

Trained Project Para, Department of Special Education and Communications Disorders, Barkley Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1990 – 1991.

Grant Writer: Chapter 1-Even Start Continuation Grants 1990, 1991; Reading is Fundamental Grant 1991, Nebraska Child Abuse Project Grant 1991, Lois E O’Dell Grant 1994.

Rotary Grant for tablets – Operation SMART Fall 2015, College of Saint Mary.

Hubbard Science Project Grant Committee – Fall 2015 to Present, College of Saint Mary.

Staff Development Consultation:

Developmentally Appropriate Practices/Child Growth and Development Topics:

Crazy Horse School Wanblee, South Dakota

Ministry of Education, Orange Walk, Belize

Headstart: Aurora Columbus, Loup City, Kearney, Hastings, Blue Valley, Plattsmouth, Chadron, Fremont, and Wahoo.

Ralston Public Schools.

Creighton University Child Care.

Center for Children.

District 66 Child Care Centers.

Kearney Public Schools.

Omaha Public Schools – Chapter 1.

Millard Public Schools-Special Education & Middle School.

McCook Community College.

North Platte Community Child Care Center.

Bergan Mercy Child Care Center.

Douglas County Childcare Consortium.

Offutt Base Child Care Center.

Lavender Patch Child Care Center.

High/Scope Training Series:

Gretna Public Schools.

Wakefield Public Schools.

Wakefield Family Resource Center.

Headstart, Kearney.

University of Nebraska-Kearney.

Holy Cross Preschool, Kearney.

Rhyme and Reason Child Care Center, Kearney.

North Platte Public Schools.

Westside Public Schools Early Learning Centers, Omaha.

Child Abuse Prevention Training:

Rhyme and Reason, Kearney.

Little People’s World, Kearney.

North Platte Community Child Care Center, Even Start, and Head Start.

Iowa Western Child Care Staff and Students.

Grace Lutheran Preschool, Lexington.

IBP Child Care Center, Lexington.

Site Evaluator:

Westside Special Education/Headstart Classrooms, 2003 – 2004.

Early Head Start and Even Start, Columbus 1995 – 1999.

Educational Service Unit 13, Spring 1995.

Child Magazine, Spring 1995.

Lewis Central Primary Sites, Council Bluffs, Iowa, 1992 – 1993.

Community Affiliations:

President-Elect, Nebraska State Quilt Guild 2022

Uta Halee Community Board 2016 - Present.

Mission Planning Committee, Lutheran Church of the Master 2016 - Present.

Reading Drive for Africa, Vice President 2013 – Present.

Recording Secretary PEO Chapter HY 2009 – 2011, Guard 2015, Nominations committee 2019-2020

Co-chair, Omaha Quilt Guild Quilt Show Emporium, 2017-Present

Organizer, Camp WANNAMAKEABLANKIE Fall 2011, 2012 & 2013.

President Omaha Quilters Guild 2005 – 2006.

Omaha Quilt Guild Board 2003 – 2011.

Annual Quilt Show Chair Omaha Quilters Guild 2003 & 2004.

PEO, 2006 – Present.

Worship Team, Lutheran Church of the Master 2002 – 2016.

Prayer Shawl Ministry, Lutheran Church of the Master, 2006 – Present.

Lutheran Family Services Auxiliary Board, 1991 – 1994.

Rockbrook Community Pool Board, Omaha 1997 – 2000.

Quilt Guilds: Nebraska & Omaha 1991-Present.

Community Child Abuse Boards: Kearney, 1988 – 1990; North Platte, 1991.

Girl Scout Leader 1995 – 2000.

Charity Work:

Families Working Together 2016 – Present

Spirit of Service Day, College of Saint Mary, 2003 – Present.

Group Leader Mercy Housing Garden/Library 2006 – 2010.

South High School, Prom Dress Drive, 2013 – 2019.

Community Drive Fundraiser faculty liaison, College of Saint Mary 2010 – 2017.

Annual Charity Auction for PEO Chapter HY Projects Fundraiser, 2011 – Present.

Mercy Housing Fundraiser, Organizer August 2014.

Volunteer, Crestview Homework Club, 2010 – 2016.

Nebraska State Quilt Guild Auctioneer, 2009.

Crazy Quilt Society Annual Scholarship Auctioneer, 2008 & 2009.

Chair Caring Friends Auction/Auctioneer, Fundraiser for Health and Human Services Douglas and Sarpy County Foster Care, December 1991 – 2009.

Committee Chair, Think Pink Dinner Cruise and Quilt Auction – Susan G. Komen Foundation October 2005 – 2006.

Co-Chair – Omaha Quilters Guild – Ricki Tims Fundraiser for International Quilt Study Center – August 2007.

Made and contributed quilts to the following charity organizations:

Omaha Children’s Museum 2010 – 2017.

Think Pink-Susan G. Komen Foundation – October 2005, 2006.

Caring Friends Auction-Omaha Quilters Guild – December 1991 – Present.

Camp Carol Joy Holling, Ashland, Nebraska – July 2003. 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2013, 2014.

Contributed Quilts for raffle:

College of Saint Mary Community Drive, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2103, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021.

Liberty School, OPS, Spring 2006, 2007.

Music Department – College of Saint Mary Fall 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

Caring Friends Auction 1991 – Present.

Think Pink Dinner Cruise 2005, 2006.

Spring Break Mission Trip-Belize, College of Saint Mary, 2004, 2009.

Alternate Fall Break-Pine Ridge, College of Saint Mary, 2018 & 2019

Lutheran Church of the Master Pine Ridge Mission Trip, Site Coordinator June 2017, 2018, 2019.

Youth Works Mission trip to Pine Ridge, South Dakota June 2014. June 2016.

Prayer Shawl Ministry, Lutheran Church of the Master, Omaha, 2006 – Present.

Mission Trip-Friends of Mexico, Lutheran Church of the Master July 2004, July 2005.

Belize, College of Saint Mary January 2006, January 2007, June 2007, January 2008, June 2008, January 2009.

 

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