Nebraska Authors

Bill Ekeler

Born 1970

Places Lived

Lincoln, NE
Cambridge, MA
Fremont, NE
Montecito, CA
Santa Barbara, CA

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Education

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, 1992, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE
Master's Degree in Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1995, Cambridge, MA

Occupation

President and CEO, Overland Products, Fremont, NE
General Manager, Amesbury Corporation

Places Worked

First Data Resources
Overland Products
Amesbury Corporation, Santa Barbara, CA

Honors

Made the Honorable Mention list of the All-USA Academic Team
He was one of 73 people to be chosen out of a field of 1,342 potential candidates, and the only Nebraskan chosen
Member of the Golden Key National Honor Society

Associations

National Honor Society

Bibliography

The Black Student's Guide to College Success. 1993.
The Handbook of College Teaching: Theory and Applications. (contributor)

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