Kelsey Arends


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Kelsey Arends is the director of operations and special programs at Nebraskans for Civic Reform and manager of the Nebraska Civic Health Partnership. Her work focuses on documenting and strengthening civic health statewide, as well as developing service learning programming for college, high school, and middle school students. 


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