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Meet the Director Monday | Jaime Aue

This week’s “Meet the Director Monday” is Jamie Aue. Jamie works as an accountant atAue & Company. Jamie is Vice-President of ADC and has served as a director for two years.
Jaime was born and raised in south-central Nebraska. Once she graduated from high school she moved to Lincoln for a time, and it was there she met her husband, Curtis. They moved to Auburn and dove right into community life. They adore their boys Creighton and Carter and love watching them play every kind of sport. Jamie went back to school for an accounting degree and worked for a local accountant before starting her own business in 2018. A fun fact Jamie likes to share is that her husband Curtis, both of his brothers and their spouses, along with herself all graduated from Peru State College.

When asked why she wanted to be a part of the Auburn Development Council, Jamie says the following. “I have a passion for small business, so I loved the idea of being a leader and working for Auburn’s growth, as well as the surrounding areas in the county.” Serving on the Board of Directors for the Auburn Development Council is an important task. To Jamie being a director of ADC, “Is being a part of a group of individuals that are trying to make a positive impact on our community.”

While being an ADC Board Member has many great aspects, everyone has their favorite thing. For Jamie, her favorite part about being a board member is seeing ADC’s projects and events come to life. Whether large or small, each event and project’s goal is to create a better future for the community and for economic growth.

When asked who Jamie looks up to on the board, Kim Beger comes to her mind. “Kim has such a passion for economic development that I hold her in high regard. Her drive is beyond any other when it comes to developing Auburn.”

When asked about the future of the Auburn Development Council, Jamie is looking forward to marketing LB840 and making an impact on future projects in Auburn.