Amy Bornemeier is the project coordinator supporting Nebraska’s Prenatal-To-Age-Three Policy Plan. Amy has a long and successful history working in the early childhood field. Prior to joining FFN, she was vice president of early childhood programs at Nebraska Children and Families Foundation for over six years. In this role, she was responsible for supporting the Sixpence Early Learning Fund board of trustees and administering Sixpence grants to 34 communities to offer programs for infants and toddlers at risk in partnership with school districts and other local entities. Amy was also founding project lead on Nebraska Children’s Communities for Kids, an initiative supporting communities across Nebraska in developing sustainable plans to meet the need for high-quality early care and education programs.
Additionally, she was the project coordinator for Nebraska’s Preschool Development Grant and was an Early Childhood Workforce Commission member. Previous to her work at Nebraska Children, Amy worked at the Nebraska Department of Education’s Office of Early Childhood on a school readiness initiative and has administered early care and education and child welfare programs in Lincoln.
Amy holds a B.A. in human resources and family sciences with an emphasis in child development from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and an M.A. in management and leadership from Doane College. She works remotely from Corpus Christi, Texas, where she lives with her two teenage daughters, Lou and Mia, partner Lauren and their four dogs.
Areas of Focus
Prenatal-to-Age-Three Initiatives, Racial Equity and Inclusion