Ms. Bronner is currently an Assistant Professor and Clinical Education Manager in the Family Medicine Department at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Here, she provides leadership, vision setting, and coordination of training for students, as well as managing multi-professional primary care education projects. She received her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Florida, her Master of Health Services Administration at Florida International University, and her MBA at UNO. She is fluent in Spanish and French. Bronner has significant experience managing several sizeable federal grants. Her research interests are in matters of women’s health, health care barriers facing minorities, and interprofessional team interactions. Bronner is currently a member of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (STFM), and serves on several UNMC campus committees including the UNMC Legislative Team and the UNMC Inclusivity Committee. Bronner also volunteers as a member of the Omaha Women’s Health and Wellness Conference planning committee and serves as a founding officer for the Interdisciplinary Association of Minority Health Professionals of the Omaha Metro Area.
A resident of Bellevue, Liliana joined the board in 2016.