Jim Hanson Jr. is past President of Downtown Omaha Rotary Club. He is currently one of five members on the Dealer Advisory Board (DAB) for Samsung USA. Jim Jr. was appointed to the board of Workforce Development by Mayor Mike Fahey in 2003 and was involved in the restructure to the now Heartland Workforce Solutions for which he is past Chair and on the Executive Board. Jim is on the Mid America Council Boy Scout board. Jim is also the on the Executive board and Special Projects Director of “The First Responders Foundation Board” and was part of the team that started Supportblue and the 9/11 “Minute of Silence”. Jim and his wife Rose are also contributors and volunteers for the Nebraska Humane Society. Activities in the past include: Big Brothers/Big Sisters volunteer, Junior Achievement volunteer and Past Distinguished and Outstanding President for Mid-City Optimist club.
InTouch Communications was founded in 1996 by Jim Jr., with the focus on providing our customers with long distance alternatives. The company was founded with three employees. As our solutions offerings increased, so has our staff. InTouch now has ten employees and is currently the leading Telecommunication Solution Provider (TSP) in the Midwest. inTouch is the largest Samsung dealer in 7 states and has won the excellence award from Samsung for the past 4 years.
Jim has been married to Rose for 19 years and has 4 children (Liz (37), Jon (34), Ryan (25) and Grant (22) and one grandchild Aidan (12).
Jim and Rose like to travel. Jim and Rose are members at Oak Hills where Jim likes to golf and Rose likes to sit pool side.
Randy Cairns Des Moines Vice President
Mark McGregor Membership Coordinator
Kelly Walters Treasurer
Herb Hames Regional Chapter Liaison
Mr. Brueckner graduated summa cum laude from Bellevue University with a B.S. in Business … as well as minors in Computer Information Systems, Organizational Communications, and Communication Arts. He is a 2015 graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy and he is an active member of InfraGard, a partnership between the FBI and the private sector dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the United States. Prior to becoming a member of the Omaha FBI CAAA Board of Directors, he served as President of the (ISC)2 Omaha-Lincoln Chapter (International Information System Security Certification Consortium). He has also served Vice President of Exchange Club of Omaha, a service organization dedicated to Americanism, community service, and youth programs with a focus on the prevention of child abuse. Similarly, he has volunteered for Safe and Secure Online, educating children, teachers, parents, and the elderly about technology-related dangers … and WATCH D.O.G.S., a one-of-a-kind, school-based father involvement program that works to support education and safety.
Pam Wiese-Bundy Public Relations
Pam Wiese-Bundy is the VP of Marketing and PR for the Nebraska Humane Society. She and husband Jeff live with several canines and enjoy all things dog!
Todd Studnicka Board Member