Northeast Nebraska Natives Selected As Representatives For Community College Association Board, NECC Board Of Governors Changes Chairperson

Northeast Nebraska Natives Selected As Representatives For Community College Association Board, NECC Board Of Governors Changes Chairperson
Courtesy of NECC. Julie Robinson, of Norfolk, (right) visits with Steve Anderson, of Concord, and Diane Reikofski, recording secretary for the Northeast Community College Board of Governors on Thursday in Norfolk.

NORFOLK – Several individuals from the area will now serve among the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA) Board.

According to a release from Northeast Community College, Julie Robinson will serve as the new chairperson of the NECC Board of Governors.

She began serving her term during this past Thursday’s meeting of the board in Norfolk. Robinson, of Norfolk, District V member, will succeed Steve Anderson, of Concord, a District III representative. District V covers a portion of Madison County, primarily in the Norfolk area.

Robinson, who has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is active in Community Engagement & Special Projects at Norfolk Iron & Metal. She operates a backpack program in the Norfolk Public School District that assists in feeding elementary school students over the weekend throughout the school year. She and her husband, Arnie, have three young daughters, Maggie, Gracie and Haddie.

Elected to other officer positions for 2022 were At Large member Jeff Scherer, of Beemer, vice chairperson, and Donovan Ellis, of Pierce, a District I representative, as secretary. Additionally, Anderson and District II’s Nicole Sedlacek, of O’Neill, were selected as representatives to the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA) Board.

Diane Reikofski was reappointed recording secretary and Scott Gray, vice president of Administrative Services at Northeast, was reappointed as board treasurer.

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