Candidate for Lincoln City Council
"With a forward-looking vision and energetic leadership, I know we can transform those challenges into opportunities for Lincoln."
A lifelong resident of Northwest Lincoln, Weber has served as Vice President of Client Relations for Mid America Casing Supply, LLC, a locally-owned family tire warehouse business located in Airpark.
Brodey has a long history of civic involvement. In 2020, he was appointed by Mayor Leirion Gaylor Baird to Lincoln’s Keno/Human Services Advisory Board and confirmed unanimously by the City Council. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Highlands Neighborhood Association as well as Community Action Partnership of Lancaster and Saunders Counties where he serves as Vice President. Weber is a member of Lincoln’s Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals Group, a past participant of the Lincoln Public School’s Citizen’s Academy, and a former assistant debate coach at Lincoln Southwest High School. He is also a member of St. Luke United Methodist Church in Northwest Lincoln.
In addition to his community work, Weber commutes to Creighton University School of Law, where he expects to graduate in May 2023 earning his law degree with a concentration in Business, Commercial and Tax Law. Weber graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in May 2020 with a B.A. in Communication Studies. In 2018, Weber was honored with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Communication Studies Department Community Impact Award for his work on Legislative Bill 988 with State Senator Patty Pansing Brooks. Weber was educated in Northwest Lincoln, attending the Belmont Community Center for preschool, Fredstrom Elementary School, and Schoo Middle School before graduating from Lincoln North Star High School in 2016.
Brodey’s experience has led to a deep understanding of local government and public policy. He highlights improving North Lincoln roads, supporting the city’s first responders, and retaining young professionals through economic development as his top priorities. Weber has also long-proposed a collaboration between the State, City, and County to re-establish an Airpark Economic Development Task Force.