Category: 2014 Leadership

Urban Omaha Entertainment

Q&A: Owner Miguel Mason (402) 915-2863 • Website: uoent.com What inspired you to start your company? I started doing event planning in 2012. The inspiration came...

Progress Update: North Omaha Village Zone Revitalization Plan

After nearly three years of meetings with the community and stakeholders, on July 11, 2011, the North Omaha Village Zone Revitalization Plan was passed unanimously by...

National Leaders Convene in Omaha

The Empowerment Network is commemorating the Eighth Anniversary of its formation in September with the 3rd Annual African-American Leadership Conference. Eight years...

Mentors Rising To The Challenge

Research studies consistently reveal the positive impacts of establishing positive mentoring relationships. Attendance rates increase. Academic performance improves....

Preparing Our Children For Careers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

What do these professionals have in common: robotics engineer, forensic scientist, HVAC technician, and a videogame designer? They are all examples of a large group of...

Have A Debt-Free Christmas

In only a few short months, we will find ourselves in the midst of the Christmas season. Our schedules will be filled with holiday parties, programs and warm times with...

Failing Forward

To fulfill our purpose in life we need to understand the concept of failing forward. At times in life, all of us will fail at something. Another way to look at it is...

Teen Commitment Academy

Sometimes God gives you a significant task, and no matter how much you might delay, he usually gets his way. This was the case for Barbara Ingram. In 1996, she became a...

Alzheimer’s & The African-American Community

There is a silent killer within our community and many of us are unaware it exists. Alzheimer’s is not a disease that is talked about in our community, and in most...

Rebuild Your Community

Omaha is once again being recognized on a national level because of the positive results occurring in our city. While there’s much work ahead, the measurable progress...