Liberty Mobility Now hires of McKeever as Mobility Manager to serve southeast Nebraska

Friday, April 14 (Lincoln, NE) – Today, Liberty Mobility Now (Liberty) announces Ms. Carmen McKeever as the Area Mobility Manager of the Southeast Nebraska region. McKeever will work to advance Liberty’s mission in becoming the premier transportation platform in rural America.

She will be integral in moving the company’s mission forward, building relationships and improving mobility by working with local governments, community organizations, non-profits, medical institutions, rural businesses and public transportation.

“Carmen’s drive and expertise in the medical community create a wonderful combination with Liberty’s desire to make a difference and improve population health and wellness in Southeast Nebraska,” Valerie Lefler, President and CEO of Liberty, said. “She has seen firsthand the challenges families, clinics, and hospitals have in getting folks to and from appointments.  We are honored Carmen has chosen Liberty for her next career.”

McKeever joins Liberty with over 30 years of specialty experience in the healthcare industry. In her previous role at the Beatrice Community Hospital & Health Care Center, she worked to manage operations, patient communications, and resource management. McKeever has worked with both patients and employees to ensure positive experiences, and has assisted patients in rural communities with the availability of services to help improve their quality of life. She also has experience as a business owner.

“I am excited to begin working with the rural communities’ transportation needs in southeast Nebraska,” McKeever said. “My past experiences have allowed me to see firsthand some of the limited options for vehicles that transport rural patrons. Liberty’s 24/7 availability and kind drivers will allow those in need of transportation to have the freedom they deserve; I’m excited to join such a progressive team.”

McKeever will be introduced at Liberty’s Southeast Nebraska Transportation Coalition Meeting on Thursday, April 20 at Southeast Community College in Beatrice. The meeting is an opportunity for community leaders and interested stakeholders to discuss transportation issues and work toward solutions in central Nebraska. Seats can be reserved at