Our Past Members
Sandy Breault FBI-PAS
Sandy Breault has been with the FBI for 29 years and as the Division’s Media & Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for all the local and national media inquiries for the Omaha Division, as well as the Division’s outreach programs. The outreach programs include the FBI Citizens Academy Program; serving as the FBI’s liaison to the FBI Citizens Academy Alumni Association; Junior Special Agent Program and other Youth Programs; Community Relations Executive Seminar Training (CREST) programs and all tour and speech requests for the Omaha Division.
Kristi Andersen Secretary
Kristi Andersen is the Director of Communications for the Metropolitan Entertainment & Convention Authority and is responsible for all external and internal communications and media relations for two of Omaha’s largest entertainment venues-CenturyLink Center Omaha and TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. Before taking this position, Kristi served as the Nebraska Press Secretary for United States Senator Mike Johanns. However, the majority of her professional career has been spent as a television news anchor and reporter. Kristi is an award-winning journalist who has worked for television stations in Michigan, Ohio and Nebraska. Kristi has served on the Omaha FBICAAA Board for the past three years.
Jim Clark Treasurer
Bob Kully Board Member
Roddie Miller Board Member
Earl Redrick Membership Coordinator
Earl Redrick joined the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in December of 2002. He currently serves as the Field Office Director for HUD’s Omaha, NE office. In this position, Earl serves as the principal staff person and agency representative for a full service field office with jurisdiction throughout the state of Nebraska. Earl oversees the administration of HUD services, outreach activities and program delivery to customers, partners and communities throughout the state, which totaled approximately $225 million in 2015. He also serves as a liaison to federal, state and local elected officials, municipal leaders and managers, stakeholders, community representatives and customers. Earl has served in a number of roles during his tenure with the Department. While assigned to the Fort Worth Regional Office, he performed duties as an Equal Opportunity Specialist in the Office of Systemic Investigations, and he served as an Investigator in the Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO). Prior to his assignment in Omaha, Earl was assigned as the FHEO Intake Branch Chief, managing HUD’s Region VI (AR, LA, TX, OK, and NM) fair housing complaints intake division. Earl holds a BA and MBA from Dallas Baptist University, and he is a 2013 graduate of the acclaimed Excellence In Government Fellows program taught by the Partnership for Public Service. Earl is a 21-year retired Army veteran, who is passionate about community service. Earl has volunteered at numerous community and non-profit organizations during his professional career, and he currently volunteers his time and efforts in Omaha and the surrounding communities by serving as a: Board Member of the Omaha Home for Boys; member of the local Federal Executive Association (FEA); mentor with Partnership 4 Kids; anti-bullying/prejudice reduction facilitator with the Anti-Defamation League of Omaha; federal agency advisor to Heartland My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Collaborative, and now board member of FBICAAA-Omaha. Earl graduated the FBICA in 2015.
Carrie Greening FBI – Community Outreach Specialist
Tom McBride Board Member
Bob Lembke Board Member
Bob is a Principal and Shareholder of SilverStone Group, heading up their construction industry group. He’s been in the insurance & risk management field for 30+ years, spending 16 of those years with Peter Kiewit Sons’ as Director of Risk Management. Following a short-lived retirement, he was the owner of a private risk management consulting service. He joined SilverStone in 2009.