The new executive director said she’s always loved science and art and is fascinated by Omaha by Design’s use of both disciplines to make systemic change in the way Omaha grows and develops.
The outgoing executive director was honored for her impact on Omaha’s built environment and a career dedicated to community service.
All donations Omaha by Design receives will be used to support the organization’s 2015 operating budget.
The Community Appearance Leaf recognizes an individual, group, organization or business that has worked to enhance the way the Omaha metro looks or to preserve the civic characteristics that define its public image and contribute to its appeal.
If he’s not busy sleeping, Shooter will preside over the 2015 race activities on July 11.
In this issue…Live Well Omaha’s Commuter Challenge under way, May is National Bike Month, Schedule a Place Game Workshop, Benson-Ames Alliance to meet May 27.