Fraser Stryker New Partner Spotlight: Rhianna A. Kittrell

Elected to partner on January 1, 2021, Rhianna A. Kittrell graduated from the University of Nebraska School of Law with high distinction. After receiving her Juris Doctor, Rhianna began her practice with Fraser Stryker where she currently focuses on labor and employment law.

Admitted to practice in Nebraska and Iowa, Rhianna advises employers on numerous employment-related issues including wage and hour compliance, disciplining employees, and drafting practical, legally-compliant policies and procedures. When asked what she enjoys most about her practice, Rhianna said: “I truly enjoy working with employers to proactively solve problems.” Rhianna also provides training to managerial employees and represents employers in litigation and before federal, state, and local agencies.

Rhianna also provides services to the Firm’s clients in general litigation, trust and estate administration, and probate proceedings.

Rhianna has presented for the National Business Institute’s CLE seminars on numerous occasions and is a regular presenter at the Firm’s annual Labor and Employment Law Conference. Rhianna received recognition in the 2021 Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for Labor and Employment Law-Management and was selected to Super Lawyers’ Rising Stars (Employment and Labor) in 2019-2020.

Outside of the office, Rhianna is involved in several nonprofits, including serving as a member of girlFRIENDS Guild Board, a member of Girls Inc. of Omaha’s Girls Nite Out Planning Committee and co-organizer of the Spin4 Crohn’s and Colitis Cures Omaha Event. 

Rhianna can be reached at (402) 978-5295 or by email at rkittrell@fraserstryker.com.

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