The YMCA of Greater Omaha ( is proud to announce several new board members this Spring.

Allen Chaffee is the Market President & VP/Director of Market Development at Cornhusker Bank and has a notable 25-year history in the financial sector. Allen has held seats on the Nebraska Bankers’ Association’s Government Relations Committee, the Greater Omaha Chamber’s Leadership Omaha, class 40, Nebraska CRE Summit steering committee and served as a member of the Blair Family YMCA’s board from 2009 – 2019.

Dr. Andreia Nebel became the eighth President of Clarkson College in 2023 and has a 20-year history in higher education leading academic programming, accreditation, finances and community outreach.  As a Physical Therapist, Dr. Nebel is committed to service efforts addressing childhood obesity, community-based wellness, and health education programs. She is a member of the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative, American Physical Therapy Association, Consortium of Hospital-Affiliated Colleges and Universities, Omaha STEM Ecosystem, and board member for the Council of Independent Nebraska Colleges Foundation.

Jorge Sotolongo, a Senior Associate at Lund Company, believes fostering a healthy and vibrant community, particularly in East Omaha, is crucial to Omaha’s success as a City. His passion for small business, minority issues, housing, and urban development has led to participation in the Mayor’s Millennial Advisory Council, Omaha Citizens Complaint Review Board, 2022 City Charter Convention, and his current role on the Omaha Planning Board.

Keenan Tomlinson is a Philanthropy Associate at Bridges Trust, collaborating with the Vice President of Philanthropic Services. Keenan oversees grant administration and nurtures relationships with non-profit organizations. He serves as the President of the Maple Street & Butler Gast Advisory Board and is a member of the CASA for Douglas County Board of Directors. He is passionate about driving positive change within the community.

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