Nebraskans for Civic Reform (NCR) is a group of dedicated and politically diverse young Nebraskan professionals who are committed to making our civic institutions more inclusive among youth and historically disadvantaged and disengaged populations. NCR achieves this by working to engage community leaders with K-12 students and students engaged in the community through service learning. We also work to protect voting rights both through litigation and through policy in the Nebraska Legislature.
We believe that by engaging and connecting Nebraskans and improving political participation in general, that we will enrich the civic culture of the state, revitalize an interest in community and increasingly retain a talented and motivated population.
We work to create a modern and robust democracy for all Nebraskans.
To accomplish this our three primary program areas are:
1. K-12 civic engagement programs in Lincoln and Omaha Public Schools.
2. Veterans community leadership training and job readiness/training programs primarily in Lancaster and Douglas Counties
3. Non-partisan voting rights protection and Nebraska election administration policy research and advocacy.
We are a non-profit, non-partisan organization. We advocate and work around the clock for our initiatives because we strongly believe in them.
Please feel free to contact any one of us about any questions you may have about Nebraskans for Civic Reform.
We are located at 1327 H Street, Suite 102, Lincoln, NE 68508. If you have general questions, feel free to contact Adam Morfeld, Executive Director, at email@example.com or contact our office at 402-904-5191.
Members of the Board of Directors
Linsey Camplin, J.D. – Chairwoman
David Solheim, J.D. – Vice-Chairman
Amanda Crook – Corporation Treasurer
Timothy Hruza, J.D. – Corporation Secretary
Matt Schaefer, J.D.
Omaid Zabih, J.D.
Members of the Board of Advisors
Milo Mumgaard, City of Lincoln Mayor’s Office
Becky Gould, Executive Director, Nebraska Appleseed
Beth Riley, Executive Director, Inclusive Communities
Eric Gerrard. Attorney, Bartle & Geier
Drew Davies, Owner, Oxide Design
Judge (Ret.) Jan Gradwohl
Eric Berger, Associate Professor of Law
Mike Battershell, South Omaha Neighborhood Alliance
Dr. Patrick Jones, Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies
Nebraskans for Civic Reform is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.