Nonprofit Association of the Midlands to Host Nonprofit Executive Institute Training

Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM, is giving nonprofit leaders an opportunity to expand their professional network and gain tactical skills through the Nonprofit Executive Institute (NEI). This 11-month leadership training program is designed to offer nonprofit leaders skills and strategies to enhance organizational sustainability and transform the communities they serve. NEI tuition is $900 for NAM members and $1,800 for not-yet members.

The current NEI class was selected from a pool of applicants chosen by the NEI Leadership Team, which includes volunteers from the nonprofit sector who have successfully completed the program. Class 15 program participants include: Katrina Adams, Omaha Community Foundation; Jessica Boren, National Center for Families Learning; Nicky Clark, Elevate Omaha; Anne Constantino, Children’s Respite Care Center; Kelly Dix, Pottawattamie Community Foundation; Pamela Font-Gabel, Refugee Women Rising; Jo Giles, Women’s Fund of Omaha; Tena Hahn Rodriguez, Inclusive Communities; Quelbin Izaguirre, NeighborWorks Northeast Nebraska; Sarah Koch, GRACE Cancer Foundation; Katie Kresha, City Sprouts; Donielle Larson, Women’s Empowering Life Line; Amanda McGill Johnson, Nebraska Coalition for Lifesaving Cures; Blanca Mejia, Generation Diamond Re-entry Program; John Nania, Learning For ALL; Kalisha Reed, Youth Emergency Services; Tegan Reed, The Life House; Carla Rizzo, Completely KIDS; Autumn Taddicken, Saving Grace Perishable Food Rescue; Brandy Wallar, New Visions Homeless Services; Jeffrey Williams, Urban League of Nebraska; and Jodell Yank, Family Health Services, Inc.

For more information about the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands, visit To learn more about NEI, contact NAM Director of Programs Rosey Higgs at