Ron Roeber, PhD.
Retired university educator and administrator. Career included public education and outreach responsibilities at the state and national levels. Recipient of several teaching and team education awards. Roles included: youth education, agriculture education, information technology support, technology team building, university administration, and business to business sales. PhD in Agricultural Economics, MS & BS in Agronomy.
Deputy Public Defender, Saunders County
Miranda Rogers is the Deputy Public Defender in Saunders County, where she represents and advocates for the rights of individuals in criminal proceedings. Miranda also serves as Guardian Ad Litem for children in abuse and neglect cases, and provides representation of juveniles in delinquency matters or parents involved with the Juvenile Court. Additionally, she serves on the Treatment Team of the 5th Judicial District Problem Solving Court for Colfax, Butler, and Saunders Counties. Miranda studied at Southeast Community College, graduating with High Distinction and an Associate Degree in Human Services. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Relations at Doane College, and then went on to obtain her Juris Doctor degree at University of Nebraska College of Law. Miranda lives in Lincoln, NE, with her husband, John, their twins, Atticus and Hunter, their two dogs, and two cats.
Director of Strategic Engagement, Holland Children’s Institute
Joseph has worked for the Holland Children’s Institute and Movement for a little over three years. As the Director for Strategic Engagement, he works to make sure that policies that help Nebraska children and families are prioritized. Previously, he’s been a legislative aide to State Senator Matt Hansen from Northeast Lincoln. He lives in Omaha with his partner Collin, our two cats, and wonderful dog Phoebe. Joseph looks forward to helping to make sure that Nebraska can continue to provide the services needed for those who struggle.
Deb Turner AA, BA, CPSS
FAME Program Manager/Family Peer Support Specialist
Deb Turner is a certified Family Peer Support Specialist/ FAME program manager at Independence Rising, where she works with families to provide services and supports to families raising a child or young adult who is experiencing social, emotional, addiction, or behavioral health challenges in their home, school, community and/or placement. Deb has many years of experience working with families that have youth with mental and behavioral challenges and has provided support to the parent/caregiver. Deb graduated from Central Community College with an associate degree in Human Services and a Chemical Dependency Technician Certificate. Deb completed her studies at Doane College, graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Relations. Deb lives in Overton, Nebraska with her daughter and has three adult sons who live close.
Seuferer Consulting & Coaching
Stacey Seuferer is the owner of Seuferer Consulting and Coaching. She has over 15 years of professional experience in content creation, branding, and marketing. She has effectively assisted several small businesses in improving their audience response and engagement through digital marketing. Stacey has brought dedication and positive results to these small businesses because she is passionate about the product and personal perception through marketing and branding.
Stacey is also a Certified Life and Spiritual Coach. Through coaching, she inspires others to find their fountain of joy by creating long-term strategies and results. She is a former board member of The Nebraska Support Network and Podcast Director of Speaking to The Heart Podcast Network. Stacey was a contributing writer and blogger for a mental health website for parents struggling with a child with mental illness. She and her partners run a few global mental health peer support sites to raise awareness for depression, anxiety, and suicide prevention. When she is not working, Stacey enjoys spending time with her husband, Shawn, and their two dogs Arthas, and Bambi.
Founder & CEO, Generation V
Sarah Linden is a seasoned executive with over 20 years of experience in management, marketing, strategy, and entrepreneurship with expertise in a variety of industries. She has a wealth of experience in product innovation, brand management, marketing, retail management, e-commerce, finance, leadership, entrepreneurship, and government affairs.
Currently, Sarah is the Founder and CEO of Generation V, a retail business in the highly regulated vape industries. Sarah serves as President of two state-level trade organizations, Iowans for Alternatives to Smoke and Tobacco and Nebraska Vape Vendors Association. She previously served on the Board of Directors of the New York Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) for 5 years in integral roles and has been a guest speaker and lecturer at several universities throughout the country. Sarah has a BS in International Business with a focus on international marketing from the University of Nebraska and graduated Summa Cum Laude from New York University Stern School of Business with an MBA in Marketing, Strategy, and Entrepreneurship.
Owner, Wild Root Yoga
Brianna brings 20+ years of corporate sales experience, as well as development work in a few non-profit organizations. Brianna has a strong drive for raising money and helping grow organizations that are much needed in the community. She also owns and operates Wild Root Yoga – a boutique studio offering all levels of yoga classes. Brianna found her passion for yoga several years ago while battling addiction and believes it has truly saved her life. She is now on a passion to spread yoga to everyone she can, and help work trauma and mental health issues through breath, movement, and meditation.
Owner, Wild Root Yoga
Matt Fuller brings 30 years of leadership & development experience to any team. He spent the first portion of his career in lending & private banking serving in various relationship and business development functions, leadership, entrepreneurship, innovation, and training roles for the financial, health & wellbeing, and start-up spaces. He has a passion for affordable housing and presently serves on the AHI Board for now over 15 years. He has spent over 15 years managing board compliance for non-profits in the mental health, substance use and Veteran support fields to include development & launch of the first of its kind for Nebraska Apprenticeship Program in IT & Media. In addition, he has built SaaS & web-based products for the outdoor adventure industry et al, carving out new business processes to improve hiring and engagement.
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Wellbeing Initiative, Inc. is a non-profit organization developed, driven, and run by peers. Serving on the Wellbeing Initiative, Inc. Board of Directors is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about our Mission. The Board of Directors is responsible for the organization’s financial well-being and accountability, ensuring that our activities are consistent with our mission.
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