DeLayne Havlovic has spent his entire professional career with Omaha Public Schools. Currently he is the K-12 Coordinator of Career Education and Programming and has served as a Career and Technical Education (CTE) Teacher, CTSO Adviser, Lead Teacher, Curriculum Supervisor, Curriculum Coordinator, and Career and Technical Education and Programs Coordinator.
Havlovic has an undergraduate degree in Business Education from Wayne State College, a Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Peru State College, a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) and is a current Doctoral Candidate at UNO. In addition Havlovic is an adjunct faculty member at the UNO College of Education, supporting CTE teacher education and endorsement programs.
With a strong passion for Career and Technical Education, Havlovic contributes to the CTE community via involvement in boards, committees, writing articles in professional journals, and presenting at conferences for state, regional and national level associations. Organizations served include the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) and ACTE of Nebraska, the National Business Education Association, the National Association of Supervisors of Business Education, the Mountain-Plains Business Education Association,, the Nebraska Partnerships for Innovation Board of Directors and the Nebraska Future Business Leaders of America Advisory Council. Havlovic has been recognized as an Outstanding Educator or Outstanding Administrator by multiple CTE professional associations.
In addition to serving the needs of CTE students and faculty, Havlovic and his family reside in Omaha, where his wife, Jeana, is a corporate technology project lead. Their two children are active in academic programs, band and youth sports activities that include football, basketball, cross country, swimming and select baseball.