About Us

Field Day is a real estate development consulting firm that helps people who are not real estate experts manage their projects. We know how to guide you from concept, through construction, and into operations—on time, in budget, and with ease.

Founded in 2010, we are a 100% woman-owned business. We work with developers, Calmnonprofits, foundations, business owners and government agencies.

Our business is built on the belief that a big real estate project can be a rewarding experience, rather than a stressful one. We’re invested in your success and we give it our all to get the job done. You’ll be in good hands, because it’s what we do every day!

Andrea Kathol has more than 15 years of experience in real estate development, financing and community development. She has been responsible for high-dollar budgets and transformational projects. She knows real estate development inside and out.

Eternally focused on the end result, Andrea refuses to get distracted by roadblocks. So whenever the sure-to-come surprises pop up, she keeps a level head with friendly finesse. Her clients say she’s a life-saver, that they couldn’t have done their projects without her.

Education & Certifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Social Science
  • Master’s Degree in Public Administration
  • Housing Development Finance Professional Certified, NDC, 2009
  • Economic Development Finance Professional Certified, NDC, 2010

Recognition & Community Engagement:

  • Board Member of Restoration Exchange Omaha
  • Board Member of Spark Omaha
  • 2019 WCA Tribute to Women Award Recipient

COURTNEY BREWER, Director of Operations
With over 15 years of experience in business operations and marketing in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, Courtney’s skills range from graphic design and communications to event planning and business strategy.

With top strengths such as Maximizer and Responsibility, Courtney not only takes ownership of her projects, but strives for excellence through creativity, resourcefulness, and perfection. Her conscientiousness and impeccable ethics combine to create a reputation of being utterly dependable. If there’s a better and more efficient way to do something, Courtney will find it.

As a trained facilitator, Courtney has led community public health strategy efforts to bring together stakeholders, partners, funders, and residents to address key priorities such as mental health, safe communities, healthy housing, access to food, and healthy kids.

Education & Certifications:

  • Associate’s Degree in Graphic Art & Design
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Multidisciplinary Studies (In Progress)
  • Great Plains Leadership Institute Class 15
  • Trained in ToPs Facilitation Methods

AMY HUTFLES, Project Manager

Amy has over 18 years of experience in construction business operations with 13 years of that being with a local general contractor, where she focused on project life cycle oversight, contract preparation and negotiation, process development and implementation, and IT management.

When working on projects, Amy always operates with the client’s best interest in the forefront. She has a keen eye for detail and believes that communication is key in any successful project. She strives to build strong relationships with her clients and project partners. Amy’s key strengths check out as she has a reputation of making things happen and is solution-focused in analyzing information that informs better decisions.