Anne Steinhoff, Chair
As president of Steinhoff and Associates, Anne is a sought-after consultant, facilitator and speaker. During the past 15 years, she has helped more than 100 organizations explore creative solutions to challenges, identify new opportunities, and create their visions for the future. Prior to founding Steinhoff and Associates, she worked as an executive for the second-largest Catholic health system in the United States, cabinet member and spokesperson for two Omaha mayoral administrations, adjunct faculty member for a state university, and managing editor of an award-winning Fortune 500 magazine. More recently, Anne has provided interim leadership for seven nonprofit organizations undergoing crisis or major organizational change. A member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, Anne has served on the boards of the St. Augustine Indian Mission, and Ho-Chunk, Inc., the Winnebago tribe’s economic-development arm. Other board service includes One World Community Health Centers; Catholic Charities Omaha; The Nebraska AIDS Project; Women’s Fund of Greater Omaha; and the former YWCA Omaha (now WCA).
Anne and her husband, Dan, are the parents of an adult son. Anne is an incredible artist, offering her talents to many organizations and individuals. To salute her Native American heritage, Anne has worked tirelessly to ensure that their stories and language are chronicled and shared.
A resident of Omaha, Anne joined the Nebraska Children board in 2018.