Patrick Banks (‘11) has joined MasterCard as the company’s Director of Diversity and Inclusion for Global Talent Acquisition.
Kim Caldwell (’11) recently launched Caldwell Connect, a consulting firm offering workshops and services that build on her experiences over more than a decade in nonprofit capacity building.
Maggie Carroll (’13) has concluded her work in Greece with the International Rescue Committee’s Refugee.info project, an online, humanitarian platform which seeks to provide timely, accurate, and useful information to refugees in Europe. Refugee.Info aims to help asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants access services and exercise their rights.
Burt Hicks (‘13) and Hilary Trudell (‘12) graduated from Leadership Arkansas Class XIII, a program operated by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas.
Allison Meyer (’15), currently in her second year at Case Western Reserve University School of Law, has launched Never, Ever Give Up, a storytelling project in Cleveland that encourages others to talk about difficult times they have faced. The project’s art instillation recently went up in The Flats near the Cuyahoga River.
Jeerawat Na Thalang (’11) is writing for the Bangkok Post. Her latest article looks at former Communist Party of Thailand fighters set to receive the final stage of a compensation package for reintegration.
Erin O’Leary (’11) has concluded her year as President of the Pulaski County Bar Association (PCBA). O’Leary is an Assistant United States Attorney with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Arkansas. Last year, her work was profile by the Daily Record.
Wesley Prewett (’19) has joined BankWorx as a Business Analyst. Based in Little Rock, BankWorx is building a new core banking platform to better facilitate digital banking.
Colby Qualls (’18), who recently completed his concurrent juris doctor at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, has accepted a clerkship with the Honorable Judge Gregory Miller of the Third District Superior Court in Alaska.
Sara Swisher (’19) has joined EAST Initiative as a Project Coordinator. Swisher manages the organization’s special projects and community partners, which cover Arkansas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania.
The Clinton School Speaker Series not only enhances the education of Clinton School students, but also provides a venue for the public to engage in intellectual discussions on the issues of the day.