Liz Codina

Liz supports local efforts to build thriving communities in the Omaha area. Previously, she worked for nonprofit agencies in program management and development roles. She is among the leaders of the South Omaha Business Association and is vice-president of the Metro Young Latino Professionals Association.


This is home

The never-ending legal and political fight over DACA has taken its toll on hundreds of thousands of people in America who simply want to live their lives, Liz Codina writes.

Rolling with the tide

Liz Codina reflects on the difficult – and painful – changes forged by a year of civic participation during a pandemic.

2020: A year of resilience

Trying times allow us to reassess what matters and how we can make personal investments in our hearts, minds, and souls, Liz Codina writes.

Midwest living

Nebraskans have taken to the streets to protest racial injustice and discrimination. We should pay attention and seek to understand why.

The census is coming. Get counted.

At the start of each new decade, the U.S. Constitution requires that the country’s population be counted. This year, Census Day is April 1 – and an accurate


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