Emily Boardman serves as the Director of Central Access at Project Everlast Omaha. She is originally from North Platte, Nebraska and moved to Chadron, Nebraska in 2016 to attend college at Chadron State College. She graduated from CSC in 2020 with her bachelor’s degree in Social Work. While in Chadron, she worked as a Behavioral Health Case Manager and Crisis responder working a variety of programs such as Crisis Response, Youth Transitional Services, and Community Support. In 2022 she graduated with her master’s degree in Social Work from Metropolitan State University of Denver. Emily has relocated to Omaha and values her work to build meaningful relationships within the community and assisting young people in getting connected to the resources they need to empower them to live a life where they feel fulfilled and able to achieve their life goals.