If you would be interested in serving on the CFPA Alumni Board, please contact Kathe Andersen at (402) 472-9355.
Kate Brooke is a printmaker and mixed media artist who exhibits her work regionally and nationally. She founded the Opossum Track Press, a printmaking and letterpress studio in Lincoln in 1990. Kate received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1985 and her Master of Fine Arts in
Adrienne received her B.F.A in Music Theatre from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (1994) and her M.M. in Opera Performance from The Boston Conservatory (1997). Currently, she is pursuing a D.M.A. in Vocal Performance at UNL under the direction of Donna Harler-Smith and
Steve was born in Lincoln 70 years ago this past July. He's still here. He has, however, been around a little. He entered the University in Sept. 1954 and eventually concluded his education with a Masters Degree in 1970. He is married, and with his wife Sharon, has five
Nancy Nordstrom Heiser is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Having received a Bachelor of Fine Art in Education in 1976, she taught art in the Omaha Public Schools, the Kansas City Public Schools, and the Nelson-Adkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri.
Eric Moyer is an actor, marketer and property developer who calls Lincoln, Nebraska, home. After graduating from the College of Fine and Performing Arts with a bachelor’s degree in theater, Eric moved to Los Angeles where he earned a number of bit parts in both film and television.
Dr. Lance D. Nielsen is the Supervisor of Music for Lincoln Public Schools where he supervises all music programs K-12. Prior to becoming an administrator, Dr. Nielsen taught for 23 years in both public schools and higher education.
Leta Powell Drake
Leta has a lifetime career in broadcast television as host, producer, writer, announcer and program director. She has acted in more than 100 plays and 2 movies. She is a member Screen Actor's Guild and has served on boards of directors of CFPA, UNL Alumni Association,
Dr. Jamie Reimer currently serves as Lecturer of Voice at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A versatile soprano, she has performed leading roles in "Così fan tutte," "Le nozze di Figaro," "Street Scene", "Dido and Aeneas," "The Gondoliers," "1776," and "Into the
Soon after receiving a B.F.A from the University of Nebraska in 1980, Craig Roper moved to Santa Barbara, California. He began to collaborate with fellow artists in the area to self-produce a number of exhibitions and to gain exposure and recognition during the 1980’s art explosion.
Valery received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in painting from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1983. She is a practicing artist and is represented by the Burkholder Project Gallery. She has studied at the Scottsdale School of Art and works out of her studio. She has had many one person shows and her work is in private collections nationally.