Jean Imray owns and operates the Dundee Gallery. Her parents were instrumental in cultivating her passion for art, humanitarian affairs, and culture. Despite a knack for pottery in college, she was drawn to the nonprofit sector for the early years of her career. She first worked with the YWCA Omaha Women Against Violence program, then the Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP), where she served as the Director of Development. Planning the NAP annual art show acquainted Jean with many local artists; those relationships planted the seed for what would eventually become the Dundee Gallery. Standing behind a deep belief in the importance of art and community, Jean opened the Dundee Gallery in 2007. For the last seven years, Jean has worked ceaselessly to bring the best of local and regional art to Omaha.
Jody Kocsis has a deep appreciation for creativity and innovation. A Bachelor of Fine Art from UNO, 10+ years in interior design, and a solid business background have culminated in her professional “arts aficionado” status. Kocsis thrives in behind-the-scene artistic endeavors; gallery administration, writing, and developing marketing strategies occupy many days of her week. She enjoys gardening, reading, long dog walks through her Dundee neighborhood, and exploring Omaha’s extraordinary culinary scene.