Diverse and Engaged Stakeholder Committee

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Role 

The strength and impact of the Omaha STEM Ecosystem requires a diverse and engaged group of community stakeholders to be successful in building a STEM talent pipeline. This committee engages all sectors of our community through communication, collaboration and connections.

Responsibilities

  •  Identify ways to measure stakeholder engagement and close gaps
  •  Conduct stakeholder surveys to increase inclusion and diversity

Our Work 

Members

Chair:

David Hopp                            Woodhouse Auto Family

Co-Chair: 

Dawn Nizzi                             Metropolitan Community College

Members:

Collin Baldwin                       Metropolitan Community College

Zachary Dinslage                  Gretna Public Schools

Kirsten Case Fuller               OPPD

Roger Gonzales                    University of Nebraska Medical Center

Tracie Reding                       Parlay Consulting Firm

Sarah Scharpenburg             Omaha STEM Ecosystem

Tiffany Sessions                   University of Nebraska at Lincoln Extension