Woman charged with stealing $116,000 from Elkhorn High’s nonprofit arts fund to stand trial

OMAHA, NE (Omaha World-Herald News Source) – The former treasurer of a nonprofit organization that raises money for Elkhorn High School’s arts programs will stand trial over accusations that she stole more than $116,000 from the group.

39-year old Katrina Christensen faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted of theft.

Omaha Police say Christensen had obtained loans under the name of Partners and Parents for the Arts that were not authorized. She’s also alleged to have made ATM withdrawals and used credit and debit cards without authorization.

The organization is the fundraising nonprofit for Elkhorn High’s vocal music, drama and speech programs.