Nikki Storebo has been with Mount Olivet Rolling Acres (MORA) since 2013. She is currently a Senior Program Director, overseeing Quality Enhancement, Communication, In-Home Services, and MORA's children's mental health crisis program. She also organizes grassroots advocacy efforts for the agency.
Nikki has been in the disability services field for 12 years and in management for 13+ years. Her expertise lies in training and developing staff, public policy and advocacy, communications, and program development and management, with an emphasis on person-centeredness. She is passionate about advocating for and supporting individuals with I/DD and mental health needs, and cultivating diversity within both her community and agency.
Nikki has a Bachelor of Science in Management from Cardinal Stritch University, and a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Argosy University. She loves learning and is constantly seeking out ways to gain more knowledge about the disability services field and different areas that interest her.
When she’s not working, Nikki is a fiction writer, avid reader, and book and lifestyle blogger.