Kevin Hendrix became the Executive Director of the Stuhr Museum Foundation in September, 2014. A graduate of Hastings College, Kevin began his career in Omaha with the Durham Museum serving in multiple roles including: curatorial assistant, volunteer coordinator, membership coordinator, and soda jerk. Kevin proceeded to join Omaha Performing Arts where he was responsible for the acquisition and retention of individual donors as the Donor Relations Manager. His experience at Omaha Performing Arts led to his hiring as the Director of Development for the Strategic Air & Space Museum in Ashland, NE.
His hiring to at the Stuhr Museum Foundation can be seen as a homecoming for Kevin. He attended Seedling Mile Elementary through the 4th grade and has many fond memories of classes and adventures at Stuhr Museum during his childhood.
Kevin is honored to be in his current role with the foundation and looks forward to working with the generous community of Stuhr Museum supporters to ensure that the museum continues to grow, thrive, and be an experience like no other for generations to come.
Kara Faber joined the Stuhr Museum Foundation staff in March, 2015. A native of Funk, Nebraska, Kara is a graduate of the University of Nebraska - Kearney with a degree in journalism. Prior to coming to the Stuhr Museum Foundation, Kara served as the Director of Development for the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney, NE and as the Program and Development Coordinator at the Willa Cather Foundation in Red Cloud, NE.
With vivid memories of many school field trips to the Stuhr Musuem, Kara is honored to be a part of the Foundation staff and looks forward to working with businesses and foundations to ensure that the Stuhr Museum continues to flourish now and for future generations.
Sharon Harder began her career with the Stuhr Museum Foundation as Administrative Assistant in October, 2008 and was promoted to Operations Coordinator in July, 2015. Prior to coming to the Foundation, Sharon worked in advertising at The Grand Island Independent and most recently as a licensed agent in the insurance industry. Sharon also serves on the Salvation Army Advisory Board.
Sharon wears many hats, but welcomes the opportunity to greet guests as they visit the Edgar and Frances Reynolds Administration Building. Stop by and visit soon!