Board of Directors


Becky Reinhardt, President

Becky graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. She and her family have lived in Omaha area since 2007. Becky and her husband, Scott, suffered from infertility and are one of the lucky ones to have two children, as a result of fertility treatments. They became involved in infertility awareness during their journey to building their family. Conceive Nebraska has a special place in Becky’s heart because it was a great source of encouragement and support when she needed it the most. She hopes to bring that same support and encouragement to others that are suffering.




Heather Hochstetler, Vice President

Heather is a local photographer. Previously a mental health therapist, Heather became passionate about increasing supports and resources for people suffering with infertility as her knowledge about its prevalence increased. Heather has a masters in Community Counseling from University of Nebraska, Omaha and her bachelors in Psychology from Dana College. Heather, her husband, and two children currently live in Papillion.  Heather has been on the board for Conceive Nebraska for several years and hopes to see the awareness, sensitivity, supports, and resources for the community increase.


Conceive-3Scott Reinhardt, Treasurer

Scott is a Nebraska native and has lived in Omaha since 2007.  He is married and he and his wife Becky have two children, which are the reason they have been involved with infertility awareness.  Scott graduated with an MBA from Wayne State College.  Scott is an avid Chicago Cubs fan and has been a season ticket holder since 2014.  His hobbies include Softball, home brewing beer and doing DIY projects around the house.




ConceiveNEHeadshotsNikki Csipkes, Secretary

Nikki has been teaching music/band in Papillion-La Vista for the past 10 years. Nikki and her husband, Terry, suffered from unexplained infertility and four years later they were blessed to have conceived their twin son and daughter through IVF. It is Nikki’s mission to help other women and couples through the infertility journey as a result of her own struggles in the past. She hopes to be a source of encouragement and hope to others through being a part of Conceive Nebraska!




ConceiveNEHeadshots-3Annie Sova, Board Member

Annie is a native of Omaha who earned her Masters in Education from UNO.  She taught kindergarten for 7 years and volunteers at several local organizations.   Annie learned as a teen that she would experience infertility issues when trying to conceive.  She married her husband Joe in 2007 and they experienced many challenges trying to start their family.  Through the help of an infertility support group, lots of prayers, many doctors and nurses, and a friend as a gestational  carrier they were able to have two boys of their own.  Annie looks forward to helping others by sharing her story and experience through Conceive Nebraska.



Kassandra Mayo, Board Member

Holly Dorathy, Board Member

Heidi Andsager, Board Member

Stephanie Rief, Board Member

Erin O’Brien, Board Member


Annie Bode, Liaison

Annie is a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.  She is originally from New York and came to Omaha to attend Creighton University.    She and her husband relocated to Omaha after she completed her education and are raising two daughters.  Annie has specialized in Reproductive Medicine and Infertility care for the past 15 years and  understands the emotional, relationship and financial stress that affects patients receiving fertility treatment.  She has served on the  board for Conceive Nebraska for a number of years and enjoys being part of the effort to support and encourage couples to create the family they so deeply desire.

Carey Sliva, Methodist Women’s Reproductive Liaison

Carey is a fertility nurse of 15 years that has wanted to help provide more resources for patients in the community that are dealing with infertility.  Carey has lived in Omaha for 23 years and has also experienced issues with fertility.  Trustworthy resources are very important to Carey so patients can get reliable information.