Eric L. Ewing
Executive Director for the Great Plains Black History Museum, Native of Omaha, NE. Retired United States Navy. Holds an Associate Degree in General Studies from Vincennes University, Undergraduate Degree in Workforce Education from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Graduate Degree in Management from Bellevue University, Graduate Certificate in Life Coaching from Bellevue University and Graduate Certificate in College Teaching from Capella University. He is currently working on his PhD, in Post-Secondary Education from Capella University.
He has worked in higher education as an Academic Dean, Manager of Academic Advising, an Adjunct Professor for Bellevue University, Metropolitan Community College, and Omaha School of Massage and Healthcare of Herzing University. Serves on the Board of Directors for the Child Saving Institute as the Board Secretary, Stephen Center as the Board Treasure and Co-Chair of the 100 Black Men of Omaha’s Annual African American History Challenge. He is on the Advisory Committee for Men Against Domestic Violence.