It is imperative that we create a comprehensive climate action plan to improve the quality of life in our community, address decades of environmental racism, and determine how to best foster a sustainable future that includes clean air, clean water, and a healthful environment for all.
One Omaha welcomes Kimara Z. Snipes as the organization’s new executive director. With a proven track record of community engagement and a passion for empowering neighborhoods, she brings a wealth of experience to our small-but-mighty team.
On May 26, One Omaha’s Engagement Manager Alex O’Hanlon presented the following testimony to the Omaha City Charter Convention.
In June 2021, One Omaha launched a community-building mini-grant to lower barriers of entry to creating change in Omaha. We aimed to provide funding quickly and directly to local community-based groups looking to make positive changes in our city.
Since 2015, One Omaha has focused on addressing the lack of knowledge and resources available to community leaders.
We believe that by engaging and connecting people to their communities and improving participation in general, we will enrich the prosperity of our community.