Angela McGraw will head the Omaha nonprofit starting Jan. 17. McGraw will succeed Roberta Wilhelm, who is retiring from the role.
Girls Inc. provides educational, cultural and recreational opportunities for girls between ages 5 and 18. The organization opened its first center in 1975 and currently operates locations in North and South Omaha.
McGraw previously served as director of Do Space, a technology library that serves the Omaha area. She also has served as STEM program coordinator at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, the teen coordinator at Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands and premium seat manager at the CHI Health Center.Read the full article @ Omaha.com