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March 2011 YP Connections: YP Profile

Justine Petsch

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Name: Justine Petsch


Title: Community Banker

UPON BEGINNING MY CAREER WITH MUTUAL OF OMAHA BANK AND MOVING TO OMAHA, I wanted to continue my involvement with various service organizations. I felt becoming directly active in the Omaha community would help me integrate and develop new ties, along with gaining a better understanding of unique characteristics and resources that the area has to offer.

I have always been passionate about Kiwanis and that has continued through my move to the Omaha community. Kiwanis is a service organization that focuses on helping children through service leadership programs, the back-pack program and other initiatives, such as Kids-Against-Hunger. I have enjoyed working with high school kids from the greater Omaha area through Key Leader–a leadership development experience. My favorite Kiwanis initiative is Kids Against Hunger, a campaign to diminish childhood poverty. KAH is an opportunity to use your hands in service–creating nutritional meal bags for families in need.

In addition to Kiwanis, I am also actively involved in Teammates Mentoring, Leadership Nebraska, Greater Omaha Chamber, Greater Omaha Young Professionals and Team In Training for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Volunteer service work is an important part of my career and professional development, as well as a personal passion. The main benefits I derived from volunteer service work are helping others, developing my skills and connections to take on greater leadership roles in the future and what I learn from working with a divers

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