Alec Gorynski: President & Chief Executive Officer
Lincoln, NE — The Lincoln Community Foundation has announced the selection of Alec Gorynski as its new President & Chief Executive Officer. Throughout his career, Gorynski has led efforts to maximize community impact through philanthropy, planning, and collaboration. He has more than 15 years of experience working across private, nonprofit, and government sectors.
Most recently, Gorynski served as the Vice President of Community Development and Corporate Philanthropy for First National Bank of Omaha and was President of the First National Community Development Corporation. He headed the bank’s efforts to be an agent of positive change in the communities it served in a seven-state region. Previous roles include Vice President of Regional Community Affairs for Bank of the West and Deputy Grant Administrator in the Omaha Mayor’s Office.
Complementing his professional experience, Gorynski is a Co-Founder and Board member of Spark and Spark Capital, affiliated community development and lending organizations. He has served on boards and committees for many nonprofits including Omaha 100, Nebraska Arts Council, the Nebraska Highway Commission, the Omaha Community Foundation, and the Lincoln Community Foundation Affordable Housing Fund advisory committee.
The Lincoln Community Foundation (LCF) strives to continually enrich the Lincoln community by promoting and achieving perpetual philanthropic support. Since its inception, LCF has been privileged to be part of many legacies by matching community needs with the passions of its donors. The Foundation serves as a faithful steward for many types of philanthropic gifts and helps donors create lasting legacies of giving. With gifts of all sizes from thousands of donors over the years, the assets of LCF have grown to more than $150 million.