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Sarah stepping back from MSO

22 Feb

We have so much love and gratitude for Sarah Johnson, who helped found Mode Shift and worked as our Membership Coordinator for about 2 years. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors.  We can’t thank her enough for all of her work at Mode Shift, and the new heights she took our organization to during her time here. If you’d like to keep up with Sarah at Council Club or on the Car Free Midwest podcast, her linktree is here: https://linktr.ee/sjoma

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New Leadership at Mode Shift

8 Jan

We are super excited to welcome Kevin Flatowicz-Farmer as our new Board Chair. Kevin was one of the founding members of Mode Shift in 2011 and joined the board in 2016. We’re glad to have him expanding his role within the organization and joining the executive committee.

Sarah Johnson remains Vice Chair; Chris Behr, Secretary; and Madeline Brush, Treasurer. Angie Eikenberry will continue to serve on the board.

Announcement: New Board Members for Mode Shift

22 Aug

Joe Hanseling has a bachelors degree in business administration from the University of Nebraska Lincoln and a masters in recreation from the University of Arkansas. As an undergraduate Joe got involved in outdoor recreation education and developed a passion for cycling. Ever since he has been a committed bike commuter and advocate for MORE cycling. Since getting involved with Mode Shift Joe has focused on becoming more familiar with Omaha and the current transportation system. Joe works at the University of Nebraska Omaha and has a focus on increasing cycling options at UNO.

Dawaune Lamont Hayes is a native of Omaha, Nebraska who has graduated from both Central High and Creighton University with a B.A. in Journalism-Public Relations. A natural-born communicator, Hayes is the Communications Manager at The Union for Contemporary Art in North Omaha where he works as an arts advocate, publicist, and community liaison. An avid bicyclist, Dawaune sees multi-modal transportation access as an equalizer for all people and a way to literally and figuratively bring the city of Omaha together. He believes the more connections we create, the stronger we become. Continue reading