About Us

The Golden Scoop concept has been in the making for over 3 years. We are modeled after two successful companies centered on employing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, we just married the two ideas!

We envision a world where people with special needs are set up for success and belong to a community where everyone’s gifts are valued. Top that off with a menu of culinarily-exquisite homemade ice creams and a signature KC coffee blend, and you’ve got an experience like no other.

The Golden Scoop's mission is to provide meaningful employment for people with developmental disabilities; to foster an environment where our employees are mentored, inspired, and equipped to succeed in their jobs and their lives; to offer amazing made-from-scratch products; and to provide an inclusive, joyful customer experience that keeps people coming back for another scoop.

Amber

Amber Schreiber

President & CEO

Amber Schreiber graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Overland Park, Kansas then earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from Rockhurst University. She has experience in information technology project management, business analysis, and private school administration. Her roles have incorporated fundraising, events, and strategic communications. She is committed to The Golden Scoop, where everyone has a generous spirit and is passionate about providing opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.

Lindsay

Lindsay Krumbholz

Vice President, Director of Employment & Volunteer Management

Lindsay Krumbholz graduated from Saint Thomas Aquinas High School in Overland Park, Kansas and has a degree in early childhood/special education from Pittsburg State University. She started her career as a behavior assistant at Olathe School District, working with students on the autism spectrum. She moved to another role to learn Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and launched in-home therapy for a small company. For 12 years, she provided in-home services for special needs clients ranging from 18 months to 39 years old. Lindsay’s focus turned to working with families on development of independent living skills and preparation for special needs adolescents to gain employment and potentially transition to living on their own as adults. Lindsay listened and understood the concerns of the families she worked with throughout Kansas City, which led her to develop The Golden Scoop.

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