Audrey Pribnow grew up in Fremont, Neb., and graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2008. Following graduation, she moved to Kansas City, Mo., and began teaching at K-12 charter public school University Academy, where she still teaches. She taught 5th grade for a year and then 2nd grade for two years before settling on 1st grade as her sweet spot. In 2011, she started thinking about starting a magazine to inspire teachers and worked on it at a snail’s pace until early 2014, when Possible Magazine finally transitioned from fantasy to reality. When not teaching or working on the magazine, Audrey can usually be found on bleachers in gyms or stadiums or at Barnes and Noble.
Amber Klaus was raised in Odell, Neb. (population: 307), and also graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2008. She now resides in Lincoln, Neb., and works in marketing and project coordination for the National Collegiate Honors Council. Amber spends her work days fostering relationships with honors students and faculty in higher education institutions across the country. With a deep love for graphic design and a background in advertising, she leapt at the chance to help Possible Magazine develop into a source of creative ideas and encouragement for those shaping tomorrow’s leaders. Amber’s obsessions include: libraries, live music, DIY crafts and Netflix movies.
Audrey and Amber were roommates for 4 years and both lived to tell about it.