Eric Williams is the Natural Resources Planner at the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (NRD). He works to protect and conserve natural resources, and to build trails across the metro area. Prior to his work at the NRD, he helped to improve energy efficiency in Omaha through evaluations and upgrades to homes and businesses as part of the reEnergize program.
Williams was elected to the OPPD Board of Directors in 2018. He was selected to serve as secretary for 2020 and vice chair for 2021.
He has served as the President of the Engineers Club of Omaha, and he helped found the Dundee Community Garden. In 2015, Williams was recognized by the Midlands Business Journal’s 40 Under 40, as well as the Omaha Jaycees’ Ten Outstanding Young Omahans. He was also recognized by Earth Day Omaha as the Friend of the Environment in 2016.
Williams is originally from Omaha. He graduated from Rice University. He and his partner Kristine live in the Dundee neighborhood.
To contact Eric Williams, please use our Contact Board Members and Senior Managers form or call 531-226-3208, to speak with Ms. Maureen Hinners, Sr. Corporate Governance Specialist, who will forward messages to Board members.