Speaker Date Topic
Brendan Evans Jul 17, 2020
Leadership Lincoln
Leadership Lincoln
Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting with Board Meeting 2020_0717
Time: Jul 17, 2020 10:45 AM Central Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 890 7345 6049
 
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BIO: Brendan is an alum of Fellows 19 (the best class ever). He stepped in as Interim Executive Director in February of 2020. Brendan has served on the Board of Directors for Leadership Lincoln and other non-profit organizations in Lincoln. He is currently a member of Rotary #14, Crucible Club, and coaches YMCA soccer for his son's team.

Anthony Goins, Director Jul 24, 2020
Department of Economic Development
Department of Economic Development

Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2020_0724
Time: Jul 24, 2020 12:15 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 852 5063 9306

 

BIO:

Gov. Pete Ricketts appointed Antony Goins of Lincoln as the new director of the Department of Economic Development in July 2019.

Goins has an extensive background as a business executive in Nebraska and elsewhere. He currently is director of branded products at Lincoln Industries and before that served as chief operating officer and executive vice president for Cabela’s World’s Foremost Bank.

Before coming to Lincoln, Goins served as an executive for CertusBank and JPMorgan Chase. He also worked for American Express and USAA.

Goins majored in business management at North Carolina A&T State University and served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps.

Kori Stanosheck, Board Leadership Engagement Jul 31, 2020
Nebraska Association of School Boards
Nebraska Association of School Boards

Topic: Lincoln South Rotary Club Meeting 2020_0731
Time: Jul 31, 2020 12:15 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 818 2228 3940
 

BIO:

Kori joined NASB as the Board Leadership Engagement Associate in July of 2018. Kori has worked in the field of board leadership strategy and education for the past decade as a strategic advisor working with non-profit organizations across the nation. In her role at NASB, Kori ensures that NASB is the preeminent voice in Nebraska for school board leadership, strategic engagement and planning, and governance excellence.

Kori’s work will also be in the advancement of the strategic initiatives in improving childhood health and wellness through the Nebraska Whole Child Project, as well as leading the Nebraska Public School Foundation.

Kori received her undergraduate degree from UNL and Master’s Degree in Public Administration from UNO. She and her husband, Seif, live in Lincoln. 

Dr. Steve Joel, Lincoln Public Schools Aug 14, 2020
Pandemic Learning
Pandemic Learning
Dr. Steve Joel became superintendent of Lincoln Public Schools in 2010. Previously, he served for ten years as superintendent in Grand Island, Nebraska, and eight years in Beatrice, Nebraska. A native of Long Island, New York, he has degrees from Doane College, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and Kansas State University.
 
Dr. Joel’s leadership has focused on comprehensive solutions to significant school and community issues.  Lincoln has grown rapidly to include over 42,000 students and 8,000 staff members. With Dr. Joel’s leadership, Lincoln Public Schools has adopted a comprehensive instructional technology plan and developed The Career Academy leading Nebraska into the next phase of K12 education. 
 
Dr. Joel has been honored with a wide variety of awards and distinctions including: Nebraska Superintendent of the Year and Leadership Excellence by the Educational Resource Development Institute.  He is active in many community clubs and coalitions, and serves on a number of boards including the Chamber of Commerce, Foundation for Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln Community Foundation, The Career Academy, and United Way of Lincoln and Lancaster County.
Topher Hansen, President and CEO CenterPointe Aug 28, 2020
CenterPointe: The Future of Your Healthcare
CenterPointe: The Future of Your Healthcare

BIO:

Topher has been involved in the Substance Use and Mental Health field since 1975, as a volunteer, counselor, legal counsel, development director, Board member and Chief Executive Officer.  Since 2000, Topher has served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of CenterPointe, a behavioral health organization that provides crisis response, treatment, rehabilitation and housing services for persons with co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders, with service locations in Lincoln and Omaha, NE. 
 
Topher is a member of the Nebraska Association of Behavioral Health Organizations, has served on the Executive Committee for many years, and has been elected to three terms as President. Topher was a Board member of the National Council for Behavioral Health from 2013-2016, and has been on the Audit Committee of the National Council Board since 2016.
 
He holds a Bachelors and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Nebraska and practiced law in Lincoln for eight years before joining CenterPointe.
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He has also co-authored a text on Professional Ethics and has been an instructor for the Professional Ethics course for Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselors since 1997. 
 
Mr. Hansen has extensive involvement in the Lincoln community for the past 30 years and likes to run, bike, lift weights, read history and travel.
 
He is married to Kristi Newcomb, has four children and four grandchildren. 
No Meeting Sep 04, 2020
Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend
Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend
Dr. Darrin Good, President Sep 25, 2020
Nebraska Wesleyan University
Nebraska Wesleyan University

Dr. Darrin Good was named the 17th president of Nebraska Wesleyan University effective July 2019.

Prior to this appointment, Good served as vice president of academic affairs and dean of the faculty at Whittier College, located near Los Angeles, Calif. Whittier College is one of the country’s most ethnically / racially diverse private national liberal arts colleges with an enrollment of 1,700 students.
Prior to Whittier College, Good served as the associate provost and dean of science and education at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn., from 2012-2015. 

Prior to that he was a biology professor at his alma mater, Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill., where he assumed administrative roles including director of service learning and leadership initiatives, director of summer academic programs, director of Nicaragua Medical Service Learning Program, chair of the Division of Natural Sciences, chair of the Governing Board of the Pre-Health Professions, and admissions coordinator for biology and pre-health professions. 

Good earned his bachelor’s degree with a major in biology from Augustana College and his master’s degree and Ph.D. in biology from the University of Kansas. Good and his wife, Diana, have an adult daughter.

No Meeting Nov 27, 2020
Enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday
Enjoy the Thanksgiving Holiday
No Meeting Dec 25, 2020
Enjoy the Christmas Holiday
No Meeting Jan 01, 2021
Enjoy New Year's Day
Enjoy New Year's Day