Angela McGraw has been named Executive Director of Girls Incorporated of Omaha. McGraw comes to Girls Inc. with previous experience in nonprofit leadership, education administration, program management, grant writing, research-based youth programming, and fundraising. GIO Board of Directors President Amy Lawrenson states, “Angela McGraw will bring an amazing set of skills and passion to Girls Inc. – and will surely inspire the girls to be Strong, Smart, and Bold.”
McGraw’s most recent role was as the Director of Do Space, a technology library providing free access to the latest software, devices, and ultra-fast internet to the entire Omaha community. Her varied background also includes STEM Program Coordinator (College of Info. Science & Technology) at University of Nebraska-Omaha; Teen Coordinator at Boys and Girls Clubs of the Midlands; and Premium Seat Manager at CHI Health Center Arena.
“For years Girls Inc of Omaha has been a pillar in the community for girls by providing innovative programming,” stated McGraw. “I am grateful to be given the opportunity to lead this amazing organization and excited to create new experiences that will continue to inspire girls in our community to be “Strong, Smart, and Bold.”
McGraw received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications – Journalism & Media from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and a Master of Arts Education Administration from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her volunteer activities include the Omaha Public Library Board Advisory Committee, the Omaha Central Library Stakeholder Committee, the Federal Reserve Bank Community Development Advisory Council, Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), and the OPS Citizens Advisory Committee.
Girls Incorporated of Omaha, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to inspiring all girls to be “Strong, Smart and Bold,” provides educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities for girls ages 5 to 18.
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