Omaha, NE., June 2, 2022 – The Greater Omaha Chamber today announced the graduates of Leadership Omaha Class 44, continuing a four-decades-plus tradition of strengthening the region through communication, awareness, leadership and motivation.
“Our community is driven forward by people willing to serve and lead. The members of class 44 are engaged in the community and now they have the skills, experiences and relationships to make significant, positive change. I look forward to the ways this group will strengthen and transform our community,” said Liz Kerrigan Senior Director, Leadership Development at the Greater Omaha Chamber.
During monthly seminars focused on relevant community topics, Class 44 spent 10 months learning about the challenges and opportunities in Greater Omaha. They experienced simulations, tours, presentations, activities and conversation to become motivated to get engaged and lead. They now join a network of more than 1700 Leadership Omaha alumni committed to strengthening and transforming our community.
Meet the Leadership Omaha Class 44 Graduates:
Abiola Kosoko, FNBO
Adam Rosen, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Alex Jensen, SL Jensen Construction, Inc.
Alexander Cayetano, Greater Omaha Chamber
Amy Hornocker, College World Series of Omaha, Inc.
Andrea Macias, Impel Strategy
Beth Gard, OrthoNebraska
Brian Hansen, Omaha Housing Authority
Brian Johnson, LEO A DALY
Catherine Bosley, AOI Corporation
Clint Cadwallader, McGrath North Mullin & Kratz, PC LLO
Daniela Rojas Florez, College of Saint Mary
Dewey Kennison, Baird Holm LLP
Drew Lier, Habitat for Humanity Omaha
Emily Nguyen, Omaha Community Foundation
Erika Kirby, Creighton University
Jamie Eckmann, Carlson West Povondra Architects
Jara Sturdivant-Wilson, HDR
Jennifer Coleman-Jones, CHI Health
Jess Strohman, Farm Credit Services of America
Jocelyn Harrison, Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium
Joe Marinkovich, Football for the World
Jordan Hasan, The Scoular Company
Justin Spooner, Sage Capital Real Estate Investments
Katie Hodges, QLI
Katie Luther, Kiewit Building Group Inc.
Keith Station, City of Omaha Mayor’s Office
Kelsey Ruwe, Carson Group
Laci Naber, JDRF International
Lindsay Borgeson, Core Bank
Mary Oswald, Omaha Public Power District
Marcus Bell, 100 Black Men of Omaha, Inc.
Maureen Fulton, Koley Jessen P.C., L.L.O
Maureen Irish, United Way of the Midlands
Maureen Monahan, Monahan & Monahan
Megan Connelly, Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
Megan Falke, Nebraska Medicine
Nicole Seckman Jilek, Abrahams Kaslow & Cassman LLP
Pamela Steele, Urban Village Development
Rachelle Tucker, EPIC for Girls
Regan Pence, Lamp Rynearson
Ryan Pickett, Mid-America Council, Boy Scouts of America
Sara Going, FNBO
Shannon Hite, Mutual of Omaha
Shirley Delair, University of Nebraska Medical Center
Terry Atkinson, Union Pacific Railroad
Tessa Barney, University of Nebraska Foundation
Zack Wineinger, Google
About Greater Omaha
Greater Omaha is a No. 1 ranked up-and-coming-tech hotspot, a “top 10 best place to live on a $60,000 salary” and one of the “best cities for young professionals” according to SmartAsset . Greater Omaha is home to more than 30 communities and nearly 1 million people.
About the Greater Omaha Chamber
The mission of the Greater Omaha Chamber is to champion a thriving business community and a prosperous region through visionary leadership and collaboration.