Meet Trey Sterner, our Campbell CLC leader

As the leader of the Campbell CLC in north-central Lincoln, Trey creates opportunities and support services for improved student learning and development, stronger families, and healthier neighborhoods.

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Trey Sterner, a native of Hall County, is Civic Nebraska’s new school community coordinator for the Campbell Elementary School Community Learning Center. He began his new role in June.

Trey Sterner

As the leader of the Campbell CLC in north-central Lincoln, Trey creates opportunities and support services for improved student learning and development, stronger families, and healthier neighborhoods.

He also partners with an array of groups and agencies to provide outside-of-school enrichment for students. This includes community-based organizations, Lincoln Public Schools personnel, and neighborhood residents to support the CLC’s goals.

Trey was born and raised in Doniphan and is a 2017 graduate of Doniphan-Trumbull High School, where he was active in both sports and academic competitions, from football and basketball to Quiz Bowl.

He earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and, later, a master’s degree in educational psychology from Oklahoma State University. During his time at OSU, Trey consulted with rural Oklahoma schools and provided academic and behavior interventions.

“Campbell is a special place with a proud CLC tradition, and I’m thrilled to be a part of it,” Trey said. “As summer begins to turn toward the school year, we’re gearing up for a great new semester.”

In his spare time, Trey likes to play disc golf and pickleball. He also enjoys reading about history and is a huge basketball fan.

We’re glad Trey has joined Civic Nebraska! Join us in welcoming him: trey.sterner@civicnebraska.org.

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