Policy Coordinator

Taylor Givens-Dunn, MSW, MPA

Taylor Givens-Dunn is the Policy Coordinator for Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice. She holds a Masters in Social Work and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Prior to joining Voices for Children, she served as a practicum student providing mental health services at Nebraska Children’s Home Society. Taylor is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers and a 2017 recipient of the Young, Black, and Influential Service Award.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 111


Policy Coordinator

Julia Isaacs Tse

Julia is responsible for identifying policy changes to improve systems impacting the lives of children and families through data analysis and research. She first joined Voices through the Lutheran Volunteer Corps, a year-long service program, to research economic stability and health. She is a graduate of Grinnell College in Iowa, where she received a B.A. in anthropology and East Asian studies.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 102


Graphic Designer

Victoria Jones

Tori helps bring our ideas to life through illustrations and infographics. Before joining Voices for Children, Tori interned at The Salvation Army and Aim for the Stars. She graduated with her B.S. in Communications from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in December of 2015.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 105


Finance Manager

Kriss Kriglstein

Kriss Kriglstein is the Finance Manager at Voices for Children in Nebraska. She is responsible for the Accounting, Payroll and Human Resource items. She is also responsible for compiling Financial Statements and all related reports. Although Kriss has primarily worked with for-profit businesses during most of her professional career, she has recently found a niche in the non-profit world.  Being self-employed for over 20 years she’s finding working with non-profits is challenging, but also very rewarding.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 108


Marketing and Development Coordinator

Amy Lillethorup, MPA

Amy is responsible for managing Voices for Children’s marketing, operations, and fundraising activities. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Prior to her time at Voices, she served in AmeriCorps and coordinated marketing and community outreach efforts for both public and private organizations in the Omaha area.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 104


Executive Director

Aubrey Mancuso, MSW

Aubrey Mancuso is the Executive Director at Voices for Children in Nebraska.  In her previous role with Voices she was responsible for overseeing policy and research efforts on family economic stability and health issues. Prior to joining Voices for Children, Aubrey worked for a non-profit providing service to chronically homeless adults with mental illness in New York. She also worked for the City of New York’s Food Stamp Program and United States Senator Jeff Bingaman. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia University and a B.A. from Creighton University.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 101


Policy Coordinator

Juliet A. Summers, JD

Juliet Summers is the Policy Coordinator for Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice.  She is responsible for overseeing Voices for Children’s policy research, analysis, and advocacy efforts on behalf of children involved in Nebraska’s child welfare and juvenile court systems.  Prior to joining Voices for Children, Juliet served as a public defender, representing children and families in the juvenile court of Douglas County.  Before that, she taught 2nd grade on the Rosebud Indian Reservation through Teach for America.  Juliet holds a law degree from the University of Chicago and a B.A. in political science from Duke University.  She is a member of the Nebraska bar.

Phone:(402) 597-3100 Ext. 106


Research Coordinator

Alfonso Vaca-Loyola

Alfonso is the Research Coordinator at Voices for Children in Nebraska. He is responsible for collecting and analyzing data to build the Kids Count report, as well as providing data support to the Policy and Community Engagement teams. Prior to joining Voices for Children, Alfonso worked on data analytics for public education policy in Chicago and child welfare policy for Mexico’s federal government. He has also led historio-economic research on racial housing discrimination in Chicago. Alfonso earned his B.B.A. in Economics and Urban Studies from Loyola University in Chicago.

Board of Directors

Executive Committee

President: Bruce Meyers, Retired, Cannonball Express Transportation, LLC. and Cannonball Express Inc.

Secretary: Lorraine Chang, JD, Strategic Leadership Consultant

Treasurer: Michael Beverly, Jr., Hayes and Associates, LLC

Vice President: Amy Boesen, Décor and You

Members At Large

Gary Bren, Turner Technology

Wes Cole, MBA, Union Bank and Trust

Al Davis, OLO Ranch

Noah Greenwald, JD, INSPRO Insurance

Gatsby Gottsch Solheim, JD, Solheim Law Firm LLC

Eric Johnson, Sandhills Energy, LLC

Susan Mayberger, MA, Education Consultant

Melanie Morrissey Clark, Clark Creative Group

Dulce Sherman, MA, Whispering Roots, Inc.

John Stalnaker, JD, Stalnaker, Becker & Buresh, P.C.

Charlie Stephan, Swanson Russell

Katie Weitz, PhD, Weitz Family Foundation