THOMAS H. WARREN
PRESIDENT & CEO
Thomas H. Warren, Sr. is President and Chief Executive Officer of Urban League of Nebraska, a role he assumed in January 2008. Warren graduated from Morningside College in 1983 and shortly after graduation, joined the Omaha Police Department during the same year. He earned a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice, with a second major in Sociology and a minor in Psychology. He went on to earn his M.S. degree from the University of Nebraska Omaha in 1989 with a major in Criminal Justice and an option in Public Administration.
Kimberly Bradford is the Programs Director of After School Programs and has over 18 years of experience working with youths in the community. She joined the Urban League of Nebraska in 2008 as a coordinator for the Urban Youth Empowerment Series (U-YES), which would later become Community Coaches. In 2009, she took on the role of Site Director for the Monroe Activity Center at Monroe Middle School. She served in that role until 2016, where she was promoted to Programs Director for all after school programs administered by the Urban League of Nebraska.
Rozalyn K. Bredow
Rozalyn Bredow serves as Director of Employment and Career with the Urban League of Nebraska, a role she’s held since 2017. She joined the Urban League of Nebraska in 2007 where she served as the Program Specialist in the Education and Youth Development department, before later transitioning to Employment and Career Services as a Youth Talent Specialist.
Wayne Brown is the Vice President of Programs for Urban League of Nebraska. A native of Omaha, Brown joined the Army after graduating from Benson High School. After nine years of service, he graduated Magna Cum Laude from East Tennessee State University. In 2009, he graduated from Creighton University Law School. He’s served the Omaha community in a variety of non-profit capacities, from Chief Career Officer of the Avenue Scholars Foundation to the Vice President of the Omaha Community Foundation.
Terrence Coleman is the Vice President of Operations & Chief Fiscal Officer of Urban League of Nebraska. He’s originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, but spent his collegiate and early professional years in New Orleans, Louisiana, before moving to Omaha. He has a B.S. degree from Xavier University of Louisiana and an MBA degree from the University of New Orleans. Terrence has crafted a unique skill set in almost 20 years of work in this sector. Before joining the Urban League of Nebraska, he worked for organizations such as Procter and Gamble, The Head Start Program, The Dial Corp, and PayPal.
Rebecca Valdez joined Urban League of Nebraska in 2014. As the Director of Development and Marketing, she is responsible for all fundraising, marketing and social media activities. A native of Texas, Valdez received her degree in Education from Southwest Texas State University. She served on the Nebraska State Board of Education representing District 4 (2008-2014) and is an alumni of Leadership Omaha (Class 23).
Jeffrey Williams joined the Urban League of Nebraska in May of 2016. He’s originally from Omaha, Nebraska and graduated from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1988 where he earned a B.S.B.A. in Banking and Finance. He went on to obtain his MBA with a focus in International Management from Bellevue University in 2004. Before joining the Urban League of Nebraska, he worked for organizations such as Omaha Public Schools, Mutual of Omaha, Lincoln Financial Advisors, FD and Associates, and PayPal.
LaDonna Jones-Dunlap has worked with young people and families in our community since 2000. LaDonna holds a Master’s Degree in Justice Administration and Crime Management. She has over 15 years of work experience in Juvenile Justice System and Child Welfare in Nebraska.
LaDonna’s current role as Director of Juvenile Justice Initiatives with the Urban League of Nebraska affords her the continued opportunity to work with young people and families in the community. LaDonna co-chairs the Douglas County, Racial and Ethnic Disparity subcommittee that aims to spotlight racial inequities in juvenile justice. LaDonna is a devoted advocate for racial justice through fair and equal treatment of adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system.
Mr. Bowman joined the Urban League of Nebraska in 2017 after ending a successful career in the National Football League (NFL) where he played for the Chicago Bears, New York Giants, and Miami Dolphins. He earned his Associates Degree from New Mexico Military Institute, a public military junior college in Roswell, New Mexico and his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln