Michael Robinson, M.S.
What was your background prior to joining the Alliance?
Michael joined the Business Ethics Alliance in November of 2020 with a unique background in non-profits, philanthropy, affordable housing, and community work. I have extensive experience in strategic planning, budgeting and program development.
Previously, as Executive Director at Notre Dame Housing, he was responsible for over $20 million in assets providing affordable Tax-Credit and HUD 202 service-enriched senior housing and services. During my time there, the organization was named a National Quality Community four years in a row.
He is very active in the Omaha community, serving on several Boards of Directors, including One World Community Health Center and the Better Business Bureau Advisory Board. Michel is an Alumni of Leadership Omaha Class 29, Midlands Business Journal 40 under 40, Heartland Blueprint Class 15, Non-Profit Executive Institute Class 4, and FBI Citizens Academy.
He received my bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and my master’s degree in Urban Studies, Community & Economic Development from the University of Nebraska.
Michael come from a background in housing and financial programs at Notre Dame Housing and Family Housing Advisory Services & Omaha 100, Inc., in addition to formerly serving as the executive director and CEO of Christ Child Society of Omaha. He earned is bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a master’s degree in Urban Studies with an emphasis in Community & Economic Development at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
My favorite thing about ethics is…
We are all responsible for making ethical choices and applying ethics in all areas of our lives. Ethics has a major influence on the decisions we make and the actions that we take, which includes the ability to say “no” to bad priorities and unethical people.