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Froeschl selected for Leadership Nebraska program

Lucas Froeschl

LINCOLN – The NE Chamber Foundation is pleased to announce that Lucas Froeschl has been selected to participate in Leadership Nebraska Class XIV.

LUCAS was elected to the City Council in Falls City in 2018 while working in sales at a local manufacturing plant. His time serving on the city council provided him with an introduction to economic development, which led him to apply for the Executive Director position with the Falls City Economic Development and Growth Enterprise (EDGE). Lucas has been in that role for a little over a year.

He grew up in Falls City and graduated from Sacred Heart. He earned a degree in Journalism and Marketing from the University of Nebraska at Kearney, where he was active in intramural sports.

Lucas received the Jaycees Distinguished Service Award in 2020. He serves on the Falls City Chamber of Commerce board, the housing study committee, and the John P. Falter Park board. He is a volunteer referee for Sacred Heart football and basketball games, coordinates the local golf league, is parking coordinator for the Chamber’s annual Hot Air Balloon Festival, and is a member of the local Elks Club.

Leadership Nebraska was founded in 2006 to identify current and emerging leaders throughout the state, enhance their leadership skills and deepen their knowledge of the challenges and opportunities facing Nebraska.

Participants have been selected from across the state and possess varied backgrounds and diverse talents. All candidates have demonstrated an abiding interest in Nebraska and its future.

The nine-month program covers a broad range of key Nebraska issues, including economic development, workforce and education, agriculture and environment, health care, education, government and policy development.

“If we’re going to compete and win in the race for new families, talent, innovation and community development over the next five to 10 years, we need strong, informed and connected leaders to help us go the distance,” said Bryan Slone, NE Chamber President. “We’re pleased to welcome such a high-caliber group, from across the state into the program.”


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