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Between the Lines: January/February 2022

Dec 30, 2021 11:46AM ● By Omaha Magazine

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Chris ChristenFreelance Writer

Christen is a career journalist who recently moved into public relations. She continues her storytelling as a freelance writer, photographer, and editor. Christen was inducted into the Omaha Press Club Journalists of Excellence Hall of Fame in 2021, and currently is a trustee of the Omaha Press Club Foundation. She loves exploring nature and museums; dabbling in musical theater, and traveling. Cooking and early morning meetings? Not so much. This issue marks Christen’ first as a contributor to Omaha Magazine.

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Terry JensenEditorial Intern

Jensen believes that life is all about the stories, so she is passionate about writing and reading. This University of Nebraska at Omaha student graduated in December 2021 with an English major and creative writing minor. In a past life, she worked in apartment management, and in early childhood education and retail sales, sometimes concurrently. When Jensen’s not busy with school, she enjoys playing pub trivia with her family and hanging out with her mini-Australian shepherds, Pepper and Natasha. Jensen hopes to write professionally when she grows up. She also recently generated some buzz by graduating from UNO alongside her daughter. https://www.unomaha.edu/news/2021/12/december-commencement-recap.php

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Megan FabryFreelance Writer

Born and raised in Omaha, this one-third of triplets spent most of her childhood hanging out with her other two-thirds and their older brother. Fabry graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha with a journalism and media communications degree, and a minor in English, and spent much of her time working as the arts and entertainment editor for the UNO newspaper The Gateway. Although she travels often for work, her true joy is traveling for leisure, where she can cross items off her bucket list one at a time. In her spare time, she likes hunting for discount books, spending time with her family, and collecting vinyl records.


This article originally appeared in the January 2022 issue of Omaha Magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.