Carmen has been with Nebraska Interactive since 2006. She manages the areas of project management, business development, financial administration, web design, customer service and marketing. Prior to joining NI, Carmen worked with First Data Mexico for 8 years as a national implementation manager. She holds a B.A. in Spanish and B.S. in International Business.
Bruce has been with Nebraska Interactive since 2006. He is responsible for the execution of the network’s technical division and interaction with state agencies. He directs the technology staff efforts and is responsible for all application development, network security, system maintenance, and compliance with standards and policies.
Aaron has been with Nebraska Interactive since 2010. He designs, develops and maintains multiple web applications.
Anna has been with Nebraska.gov for 9 years. Today she has her focus on bringing eGovernment solutions to citizens, business and Government Partners. Anna is creating accurate monthly and annual Budgets, building win-win professional relationships on a daily basis. Anna has a strong desire to serve the community by improving and evolving interactions with Local Government.
Brian has been with Nebraska Interactive since September 2009. As a web programmer his responsibilities include writing secure web applications to handle user-submitted data and maintaining web servers to provide continuous availability of the state’s online presence.
Caleb's role at Nebraska Interactive is to take our User-Interface design to the next level. He has been working in the field of web design for over 5 years. He has recently graduated from the University of Nebraska—Lincoln with a Bachelors of Journalism and majored in Advertising.
A native Nebraskan, Charlie's background is in mathematics. He has also maintained a life long interest in programming. As a web developer he is responsible for implementing and maintaining applications to fulfill customers' needs reliably and securely. During off hours he enjoys running and generally playing outside.
Curtis has been with Nebraska Interactive since March of 2015. He is responsible for the ongoing design, maintenance and security testing of Nebraska.gov web services. He helps hammer out requirements for new services or features, and spends a lot of time and effort ensuring customer data is carried reliably and securely to its destination.
Dave has been a developer at Nebraska interactive for over 16 years and was promoted to Senior Developer in 2003. Dave’s extended history at Nebraska Interactive has contributed to many successful ground-breaking projects for the majority of our partners.
David has been with Nebraska Interactive since 2016. He currently designs, develops and maintains websites for various state agencies. Outside of work, you can find him playing guitar or hunting for rock and roll albums at the local record store.
Evan started at Nebraska Interactive October of 2016. As a junior project manager, he is responsible for making sure projects stay on track so the citizens of Nebraska can develop a stronger relationship with their government through communication. When he’s not working, you can find him slacklining, cooking or spending time with friends and family.
Freddy has been working with Nebraska Interactive since 2014. He maintains our front office presence which includes the following: answering phones, emails, chats regarding services provided on the Nebraska.gov website along with other administrative tasks. He also demonstrates and promotes customer satisfaction.
Jane has been with Nebraska Interactive since 2013. She is responsible for the planning, execution and closing of projects for state agencies. Her major partners include the Nebraska Secretary of State, Nebraska State Electrical Division and Nebraska Board of Engineers & Architects. Away from work, Jane enjoys spending time with her family, cooking and exercising.
Jess currently works with many state agencies including, the Supreme Court, Department of Agriculture, Veteran Affairs and Administrative Services. Since her onboarding in 2013, she has amazed her partners with exceeding expectations, deliverables and end-products. Born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, Jess loves spending time at Husker events and with family.
Mike has been a Linux Systems Admin for 30+ years in the ISP space. He’s been using Linux since Linus’ first postings to the news groups about it. Mike is also a programmer who has worked on the Linux Kernel, Mac Applications and Micro Controller code. He also enjoys modular synthesizers.
New to Nebraska Interactive in 2016, Natalie has 8 years of project and process management experience with a Fortune 100 insurance company. She is responsible for ensuring projects are successfully planned, designed, developed and implemented to bring the government to the citizens of Nebraska. Born and raised in Nebraska, Natalie enjoys cheering on the Huskers, cooking, running and spending time with her family.
Sara joined Nebraska Interactive in 2015. Hailing from Los Angeles she has built original content, websites and online games for Warner Bros Studios. Sara owned and ran her own business for over a decade in LA county. Sara bridges the gap between government and citizen through maintaining public relations and marketing and communicating Nebraska.gov services. Sara enjoys her children’s activities, cooking, designing and volunteering through her membership with the Rotary Club #14.
Toan has a background in Hardware Development, but he always has a thing for Software Development, especially web applications development. As a web developer, his responsibilities include designing, developing, and maintaining applications for customers, and collaborating with other team members. He enjoys learning new technologies, and playing sports.
Wes comes to Nebraska Interactive from the far western edge of the state. As a web designer, he works with state agencies, commissions and counties to help develop their websites and marketing materials. In his spare time he enjoys running marathons, analog photography and listening to music.