Christina Kahler, the Director of Marketing and Public Relations at Omaha
Children’s Museum, grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and has lived in Omaha for
11 years – “I love this city!”
She has worked at OCM for nearly six years and couldn’t be happier.
“I love being able to believe in what I’m promoting. I once heard the idea that you should find what you would be willing to do for free and then get paid for it.
That’s the case here at Omaha Children’s Museum. I’m very fortunate,” said
Christina is also very passionate
about what the museum teaches the children and families who visit.
are our future,” she said, “Life seen through a child’s eyes is totally
inspirational. Their possibilities are endless. I believe that the
opportunities we provide for kids here at the museum can impact their lives,
get them interested, inspired and engaged.”
When asked about her favorite children's book, she said
that there are many books that she and her kids share a love for.
“The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein makes me cry now that I’m a mom,”
Christina said, “and Little Pea by Amy Rosenthal made my little boy belly laugh
when he was very small.”
favorite color is red. “Surprisingly, you don’t often see it in museum
materials,” she said, “but there is a red wall in our office.”
the museum, something fun others may not know about Christina is that she was a competitive
ballroom dancer and clogger until she started college. She enjoys photography and spending time with her husband Matt, son Blake and daughter Kendall.