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Boys Town hires Andrews as director in Grand Island

Boys Town hires Andrews as director in Grand Island

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GRAND ISLAND — Boys Town Grand Island has hired Megan Andrews as the new director of central Nebraska operations.

As director, Andrews will oversee programs and offices in Kearney, Columbus, Grand Island, Duncan, and North Platte. She takes over for Dave Reed who has accepted a new position at the Boys Town headquarters.

Andrews brings a variety of program experience, a passion for helping children and families, a strong commitment to developing staff, and ensuring Boys Town provides quality programs and services.

Andrews holds a Master of Science degree in youth and family services from Bellevue University. She began her career with Boys Town as a Youth Care Worker in Grand Island in 2007 and was promoted to intervention and assessment services supervisor in 2009. In 2013, she launched the In-Home Family Services program. Under her direction, the program grew from two staff to 15 staff with offices across central Nebraska.

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