Leigh grew up in Elkhorn, Nebraska. She has been providing private contractor administrative services in the Omaha area for 17 years. She and her husband, Patrick, are graduates of the University of Kansas, where they met. They have one son in high school.

Drue was an elementary teacher for 10 years in Omaha and is now staying home with their four kids ages 15-6 years old. Drue grew up in Kansas. Drue and her husband, Todd, have spent most of their adult life in Omaha. Drue has been the program director for over five years with an organization called Casting for Recovery which takes women who have had breast cancer on a three-day retreat to teach them the healing qualities of fly fishing.

Kristen is a Financial Advisor with Lifetime Retirement Partners. She been in the Financial Services Industry since June 2009. She currently has her Series 6, Series 63, Series 65 and Life & Health Insurance Licenses and her CPFA. She is part of Center Sphere, West O Chamber and Omaha area Professional Contacts.

Wendy Ringler

Wendy is originally from Los Angeles. She is excited to join Bags of Fun and make a positive impact on the children they serve. She has had a lot of personal loss due to cancer and she is happy to help make a difference.

With a background in pediatric nursing I have seen firsthand what a child and their family goes through when diagnosed with a life threatening condition. This became a reality for our family when our niece Gabby was diagnosed with cancer at age 5. Her determination and kind, giving spirit spilled over into her wish to bring a Bag of Fun to every child fighting a battle. It is our wish to bring Bags of Fun to the Omaha area and continue spreading the joy and love that Gabby would have wanted. It is in her spirit that we bring happiness wrapped up in a backpack to those children going through a really tough time in a world where just being a kid and playing is their job! It is with great honor that we are able to bring this foundation to the Omaha area and are extremely grateful for the opportunity to provide joy to children living with a life threatening illness.