Gebhardt, MFS, MSW

Angela R Gebhardt, MFS, MSW

Angela Gebhard
Special Topics Training Specialist II 402-472-3479
Personal Information

Camping, Kayaking, Grilling and being a crazy cat lady.

  • BA, Concordia University, Human Psychology and Behavioral Science, 1999
  • MFS, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Forensic Science (Behavioral Emphasis), 2006
  • MSW, University of Nebraska-Omaha, Social Work, 2011
Areas of Interest: 
  • Child abuse and neglect—effects on children and families
  • Child welfare systemic change
  • Community education regarding child abuse and neglect
  • Permanency for children currently in the foster care system
  • Native American rights
  • Domestic violence and sexual assault—effects on children and families
Professional Activities & Community Service: 
  • Board Member: Family Violence Council
  • Member: Nebraska Human Trafficking Taskforce
  • Member: Lancaster County Human Trafficking MDT
  • Member: Lancaster County Domestic Violence Subcommittee
  • Certified Mental Health First Aid USA Instructor
  • Past Volunteer: Capital Humane Society
  • Past Volunteer: Safe Quarters Walk for the Friendship Home in Lincoln
  • Past Volunteer: Lincoln Animal Ambassadors
  • Past Adjunct Professor: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Social Work and Social Welfare
  • Past Trainer: Lancaster County Meth 360
  • Past Board Member: Neighborworks, Inc. in Lincoln, NE.
  • Past Member: Nebraska Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team
  • Past Member: Collaboration for Kids Committee
  • Past Member/Participant: Lincoln/Lancaster County Coalition for Drug Endangered Children (Coalition in process of being accepted under the Nebraska DEC)
Projects Involved in at CCFL:
Presentations & Publications: 
  • Gebhardt, A.R. & Woody, J. D. (2012). American Indian women and sexual assault: Challenges and new opportunities. Affilia, 27(3), 237–248. doi: 10.1177/0886109912452642.
  • Porter, L.L., Park Zink, P., Gebhardt, A. R., Ells, M. & Graef, M. I. (2012). Best outcomes for Indian children. Child Welfare, 91(3), 135-156.