We want you to register and be a part of the YP | Exchange on Tuesday, Sept. 25, during Young Nebraskans Week. YP | Exchange, held at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, will be filled with speakers and panelist who are ready to work with YPs to make a difference in the community. Can’t wait to know who these speakers are? We’ve highlighted two speakers who will share their personal passion and story.
Keep scrolling to find out about after-party details sponsored by Flywheel.
YP | Exchange Speakers & Volunteer Leadership
Dominique Morgan, keynote
Dominique Morgan is the National Director of Black and Pink, Inc. In 2017, he was a recipient of both the Changemaker Omaha Chamber YP award and the Young Black and Influential award. A year before that, he was a NAACP Freedom Fighter Award recipient. To top it all off, Dominique is also an award-winning musician and activist.
Julie Smith, volunteer chairperson
Julie Smith has spent the last three years growing One Omaha, the public-private initiative dedicated to facilitating the development of neighborhoods in the City of Omaha. By utilizing her talents and skill, she has grown relationships between Omaha’s neighborhood leaders, public administrators, City of Omaha department directors, the Mayor’s office, and non-profit organizations. Thru her work with One Omaha, Julie has overseen the development of the Leadership Series and multiple local conferences to give grassroots leaders the opportunities to build technical and conceptual skills to organize and address issues and capitalize on opportunities. Prior to her job at One Omaha, Julie built up the Love Fest in the Midwest for 6+ years, while juggling college, motherhood and serving as the volunteer services coordinator for UNO.
The fun isn’t over. We want attendees to stay a little longer, enjoy a free drink and network. During the after-party, you’ll also be able to engage with 20 area nonprofit organizations working to advance the goals and initiatives outlined in many of the event’s breakout sessions. So, if you’re empowered to get engaged and make change in Omaha, the after-party will provide you tangible ways to do just that.