Leadership Omaha Alumni Association
Graduates of Leadership Omaha, and similar programs from other communities, are eligible to be part of the Leadership Omaha Alumni Association (LOAA). LOAA facilitates connections among its members and provides information about current community issues and needs, all with the goal of establishing, promoting and fostering leadership in Greater Omaha.
Alumni Association Committee
The LOAA Committee encourages the on-going development of community leaders by providing engaging opportunities for alumni interaction and education.
The committee organizes and hosts three events annually.
An opportunity to continue the “spirit” of Leadership Omaha through community leadership development.
A time to relax, enjoy a refreshment and have great conversations with fellow alumni.
A chance to reconnect with your class and meet the current class. This event will coincide with the current class’s December Seminar Reception.
Nicole Bianchi, Bravium Human Development (LO 33)
Amy Cherko, Olsson (LO 40)
Andie Gordman, Silverstone Group (LO 38)
Cliff McEvoy, Buford Foundation (LO 38)
Parker McKenna, Union Pacific (LO 40)
Sean Olson, Omaha Storm Chasers (LO 29)
Gabe Romero, Cordova Solutions (LO 29)
Stuart Shell, Branch Pattern (LO 32)
Jason Tiedke, American National Bank (LO 32)
LOAA Scholarship Offerings
The Ann Goldstein Outstanding Young Leader Award is a book scholarship awarded to students who have lived in public housing during their high school years. Since 1988, 41 students have received over $50,000 in scholarships to assist with college book purchases.
Goldstein Award Chair: Tracy Mitchell, Assistant Principal – Marrs Middle School, Omaha Public Schools (Class 25)
The Lynda Shafer Inclusivity Scholarship was created by Leadership Omaha Class 31. It provides tuition assistance to Leadership Omaha to applicants from diverse backgrounds who demonstrate a financial need. Requests for tuition assistance can be made on the Leadership Omaha application.