Presiding Officer: Nuzhat Mahmood
Secretary: Matt McKeever
Chair of the Day: Bev Karrer
Invocator: Kim Kuhle
Cashier: Don Otis
Sgt. at Arms: Rodge Bickerstaff
Greeters: Jim Gerner & Ray Kurowski
Speaker: Kate Dodge                                              
BIO: Kate Dodge is Chairman of NEI Global Relocation, a full-service relocation management company established in 1985.  NEI is a nationally certified Women’s Business Enterprise and a subsidiary of the NP Dodge Company. With corporate headquarters in Omaha, NE, its regional offices are located in Switzerland and Singapore
In 2017 NEI was contracted to provide global mobility services to 17,821 transferring families; its 199 clients worldwide include seven Global 500, 23 Fortune 500 and 47 Fortune 1000 corporations.
 Kate has been a member of the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (WERC) since 1986, earning its SCRP designation and Meritorious Service Award.  She has served on its Industry Advisory Council and has presented and been a panelist at both domestic and global industry conferences.
Prior to joining NEI at its inception, Kate practiced as a school psychologist for 17 years.   She earned her undergraduate degree at Trinity University, and master’s and specialist degrees at the University of Nebraska, Omaha.
In November 2014, Kate was awarded the “Lifetime Achievement Gold Stevie”; the Stevie Awards for Women in Business are the world’s top business awards for female entrepreneurs, executive, employees, and the organizations they run.  She was previously inducted into the Omaha Business Hall of Fame, received the YWCA Women of Distinction Entrepreneur Award, University at Omaha Citation for Alumni Achievement, and the Woman of Distinction award by the Midlands Business Journal.
Kate currently serves on the College of St. Mary Board of Directors and its Executive Committee, the Nebraska Cultural Endowment Board, the Methodist Health Systems Board, the Nebraska Methodist College and Foundation Boards, the Boys Town National Board of Trustees, and the University of Nebraska’s Chancellor’s Advisory Committee.