The Governing Members is a diverse group of community leaders whose guidance and commitment ensure a healthy and enterprising future for the Omaha Symphony. The role of the Governing Members is to advocate actively throughout the community as ambassadors of the symphony and to help forge relationships in the corporate, non-profit, and social arenas. Governing Members will actively seek new avenues for fundraising opportunities and help promote a positive image of the Omaha Symphony by ensuring visibility of the organization, its mission, programs, and initiatives. This group’s role is vital to the success of the Omaha Symphony’s mission.
2022/23 Omaha Symphony Governing Members
Barbara E. Person
Chair, Omaha Symphony Governing Members
Baird Holm, LLP
Edward D. Adickes
Trenten P. Bausch*
Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather, LLP
Honorary Consul of Japan at Omaha, Emeritus
Fr. Steven Boes
Patrick E. Brookhouser, Jr.
McGrath, North, Mullin & Kratz, P.C.
CDBykerk Consulting LLC
James A. Carroll
UNO Chemistry Department
SVP Controller and Chief Accounting Officer
Mutual of Omaha
Executive Vice President and COO
Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
Matthew Epp, M.D.
Neil Hamill, M.D.*
Perinatal Associates P.C.
Methodist Women's Hospital
Richard A. Hunt
HCI Holdings, Inc.
Robert M. Langdon, Jr., M.D.
Nebraska Cancer Specialists
Thomas R. Pansing, Jr.
Pansing, Hogan, Ernst & Bachman
Randy Pritza, M.D.
Vice President - Chief Medical Officer Physician Enterprise
John H. Ransom
Linda Burt Rebrovic*
Carole J. Seitz
Creighton University Music Department
Ann Taylor, M.D.
James M. Tracy, D.O.
Allergy Asthma and Immunology Associates, P.C.
Mary Ellen Wychulis
Bridgette Watson, President of the Council Bluffs Guild of the Omaha Symphony
Paul Frederick Hanna, DMA, Chair of Fine & Performing Arts, Creighton University
Ernest Richardson, Omaha Symphony Principal Pops Conductor and Resident Conductor
*Past Governing Member Chair