I’m Naomi Hattaway, and I’m running to represent District 6 in the Omaha City Council. As a Nebraska native, I’m passionate about building an Omaha where everyone can thrive and build a meaningful life.
An engaged community leader with a track record of results, I’ve dedicated my career to prioritizing the families in our community through executive leadership roles with Habitat for Humanity of Omaha, and Metro Area Continuum of Care for the Homeless. Currently serving on the boards of RISE (See Us Rise), the POC Collaborative, I also volunteer my leadership for the Women’s Fund of Omaha Circles program.
We deserve representation on the City Council that works collaboratively and proactively to address our most pressing needs. Unfortunately, our current leadership has not delivered on earlier promises to serve in this way.
There are unmet needs here in the District. I’ve heard it straight from many of you – we need accessible parks and infrastructure for our aging parents and our young kids. We need attainable starter homes and smart development to keep our talented young people in the community. And, most of all, we want proactive leadership to ensure public health and safety for our District and city as a whole.
I’m here to give voters a better choice – ready to lead on day one. Throughout my career, I’ve been a connector of people by working across the aisle, establishing public-private partnerships, and securing funding to meet the most pressing local needs. I’ve worked with our Governor’s office, our city leaders, and a wide variety of other stakeholders to bring people together, regardless of their politics or background.
I’m ready to be the reliable, accessible, and engaged leader that you deserve. I won’t be running on these same promises four years from now, because – together – we will get things done. I’m an open book for your questions, ideas, and concerns for the district.
I’m the right candidate to move our district forward with fresh and innovative leadership. I hope you’ll join me by donating, volunteering, and casting your vote on May 11th