Through an ongoing initiative, Omaha leaders are making a commitment to fostering change that will make workplaces and the community more diverse, inclusive and equitable.
As we enter the autumn months, the COVID-19 pandemic has persisted for more than half a year. Our local nonprofits continue to persist as well, staying connected to the community and providing services and enriching lives through new channels despite increased demands on staff and resources.
A new partnership between two groups with a commitment to philanthropy—SHARE Omaha and the Omaha Community Foundation—provides area supporters a convenient online source to find giving and volunteer opportunities, and makes it possible for each organization to focus on their strengths.
With a ‘say yes’ approach and a willingness to learn, Carmen Tapio has seized opportunity throughout an exceptional career that’s taken her all over the world. Today she helps others take advantage of opportunities and launch their own careers through her company, North End Teleservices.
The new President & CEO of Children’s Hospital & Medical Center comes to Omaha from Arkansas Children’s, where she served as Executive Vice President and System Chief Operating Officer.