Our Newest Addition to the Board of Directors: Cliff McEvoy


By Adam Morfeld, Executive Director & Founder

We are excited to welcome Cliff McEvoy to the Board of Directors. Cliff recently worked as the AmeriCorps Job Readiness Program Manager for our Veteran Leader Corps program in partnership with Lutheran Family Services. In that capacity Cliff successfully created effective job readiness programs from the ground up and the first ever Nebraska Community Employment Guide for veterans. He will bring background, experience, and leadership for our growing veterans job readiness and community engagement programs.

Cliff McEvoy was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska.  He was commissioned as an Air Force officer through ROTC at Saint Louis University with a Political Science degree.  He served for six and a half years in ICBM Missile Operations before separating in 2010 as a Captain.  Captain McEvoy was an Assistant Flight Commander for the 319th Missile Squadron, Chief of Quality Assurance for the 90th Operations Support Squadron, and was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal.

He then attended the University of Akron and received his Masters of Public Administration with Pi Alpha Alpha Honors in 2012.  Cliff was recently an AmeriCorps service member as the Job Training and Readiness Manager for the Nebraska Veteran Leader Corps and a Data Specialist at the Community Services Fund of Nebraska.  He is currently a Data Management Process Engineer at First Data where he continues his service to veterans as a member of their Military Affinity Group.

Cliff is incredibly committed to his community through volunteering, organizing, and fundraising for Nebraska nonprofits.  He was recently the Civic Engagement Mentor for Lincoln’s Northstar high school class that was awarded the Outstanding Youth Engagement Program at Civic Nebraskas Strengthening Democracy Awards.  Cliff McEvoy is a proud Nebraska native, concerned veteran, dedicated professional and caring member of his community.

Please join us in welcoming Cliff!

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Leslie Wiseman
9 years ago

Many congrats!!


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