December 18, 2023 – The Aksarben Foundation is excited to announce Megan Bell as its new Operations Manager. Selected from a competitive pool of candidates, Megan is set to lead the execution of initiatives for the Nebraska Tech Collaborative (NTC) and internNE, both Powered by Aksarben.
A Strategic and Inspiring Hire
Megan Bell’s arrival signals a significant stride in the Foundation’s journey towards impactful community engagement and operational excellence. Her extensive experience, marked by a Master’s degree in education, 9 years with Omaha Public Schools in roles including educator and strategic mentorship lead, certifications as a Project Management Professional and a Prosci Certified Change Management Practitioner, uniquely equips her to steer these important initiatives. Megan will work in close partnership with Shonna Dorsey, the Executive Director of the Nebraska Tech Collaborative and interim Executive Director of internNE, Powered by Aksarben.
“Megan’s blend of strategic vision and practical expertise makes her a valuable addition to the Aksarben Foundation’s team. I am genuinely excited to see the transformative impact she will bring to our initiatives.” – Sandra Reding, President of the Aksarben Foundation
“We are thrilled to welcome Megan to our team. Her expertise in managing complex projects and her visionary leadership are exactly what we need to propel our initiatives forward. I am looking forward to partnering with Megan. Together, we’re poised to impact Nebraska’s tech and internship landscapes.” – Shonna Dorsey
A Vision of Growth and Impact
In her new role, Megan will focus on executing the strategic plans for both internNE, Powered by Aksarben and the Nebraska Tech Collaborative, Powered by Askarben which includes operational oversight and fostering collaborative relationships with new and existing partners across Nebraska. Her dedication to excellence and collaboration aligns perfectly with the Foundation’s objectives, setting the stage for a future filled with innovation and success. Megan’s appointment underscores the Foundation’s commitment to driving positive change and building a stronger, more connected Nebraska.