What started out as a cool idea at a book club in Omaha, has turned into an event to remember. This is our third year of organizing and planning the best girls night out event in Omaha.
We are so grateful for all of our partners who have donated to make this a wonderful night and we couldn’t do it without them.
But, there are some other people we need to thank too! The planning team.
This group of women has spent countless hours calling on businesses for donations, planning and preparing, and driving all over town to make this night happen. Be sure give them some love when you seen them on Saturday night!
My name is Joy. I am married to my wonderful hubby,Todd, and we have three awesome kiddos. I am a stay-at-home mom and also have my own business as an esthetician and makeup artist. I feel very fortunate to be able to work around my family’s schedule and still do what I love, which is to help women feel and look their best.
I first became involved with Mom Prom after hearing that it would benefit the Price family. I have known Amy Price for a few years and I have a daughter the same age as Livi. It was impossible to look at my own healthy daughter and not want to try to do something to help. I had already been researching ways to help, when the Mom Prom opportunity came along. I instantly loved the idea of moms getting a much needed night out with friends while still doing something good for the community. I was in!
I offered my assistance to help out in any way I could and am so glad I did, it was a blast and we were able to help a very deserving family.
I am honored to be included in this group of fantastic women who put on Mom Prom. The generosity and spirit of our attendees continues to inspire and motivate me and I am excited to see this event grow bigger and better every year!
My name is Sara Todd. I married my high school sweetheart in 2005.
We have two kids, Callie-5, and Tanner- who is almost 3, and another on the way!
I run an in-home daycare. I love reading, shopping, and spending time with my family and my great group of girlfriends!! I grew up on a farm in Dakota City, Nebraska and attended Homer Community School.
I came across the idea of Mom Prom and knew in my heart that Omaha would welcome such a fun event. So many other women jumped right in to help. I love meeting the women on that special night and raising money for families or organizations who need a little help in the process.
I got involved with Mom Prom because I love the idea of helping smaller organizations in the Omaha area. And, lets face it, I am a sucker for anything when dancing is involved.
I am married to Will and we have two children Carter(5) and Olivia(2). Before I had kids, I was an elementary school teacher, but now I stay home and try to manage our household. My kids keep me plenty busy but I also enjoy reading, sewing and repurposing furniture.
I love seeing how we improve/expand Mom Prom every year and can’t wait to see what happens this year.
Hi! My name is Jessica Hudson. I have been happily married to my husband, Graden, for eight years. I am a stay at home mom of three boys, Hunter (7) and Henry (4). and Harrison (3 months).
I became involved with Mom Prom when Sara Todd asked for volunteers at our book club meeting. It seemed like something fun to do for a good cause. It’s been an amazing experience seeing the community pull together for such a great event and I have met and made so many friends along the way!
I love to shop, eat, read, watch movies, organize, and spend time with my amazing family and friends. I am the oldest of 7 children and have lived in Omaha my entire life. I am a christian and very involved at church. I am honest, loud, and friendly. I love to talk, laugh, and dance!!! That is where Mom Prom comes in
I’m Judy. I am also married to my high school sweetheart, Brian, and we spend our time wrangling 3 boys. I spend my days as a marketing consultant and my evenings chasing after my boys, young and old!
I jumped at the opportunity to help bring women together for a cause. It has been a treasure to watch our community join together to help other families and causes in this way.