Joyce Ajayi (’16) has co-authored the second edition of “Access Arkansas: County-Level Web Transparency.” Ajayi is a policy analyst for the Arkansas Center for Research in Economics, an Arkansas-focused research center housed in the College of Business at the University of Central Arkansas.
Kelly Fleming (‘13) has been named Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Central Arkansas. Fleming has served as the Director of Development/Chief Development Officer for the Arkansas Arts Center for the past seven years.
Starre Haas (’19) was recently profiled by RuralAssembly.org. Haas is Trainer Engagement and Development Director for Vote Run Lead.
Anne Haley (‘16) has created her own company, Haley Creative Works, LLC.
Josh Heimburg (‘07) is a Senior Population Health Program Administrator for the Arkansas Children's Care Network, a Clinically Integrated Network (CIN) made of Arkansas Children’s Hospital, Arkansas Children’s Northwest Hospital, and more than 20 primary care clinics from across the state.
Emma McAuley (‘16) is a Research Associate at the Education Development Center in Chicago, Ill. McAuley focuses on program evaluation and continuous quality improvement projects in national early childhood programs as well as informal science education programs.
Allison Meyer (‘15) was featured in Spectrum News for her work with Never, Ever Give Up, a storytelling project honoring Cleveland’s perseverance by allowing people to share stories about the hardest thing they have ever had to do.
Shamim Okolloh (‘12) recently spoke at the National Anti-Hunger Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. Okolloh is the Member Services Coordinator for the Arkansas Foodbank.
Sophia Said (’11) and the story of her journey from Lahore, Pakistan to Little Rock, Ark., was recently featured on FindingAmerican.com. Said is the Director of the Interfaith Center in Little Rock, Ark.
Hallie Shoffner (‘11), CEO of SFR Seed in Newport, Ark., recently wrote an opinions and analysis column in Arkansas Business, “This Is How I Will Change My Son's Future.”
LaTonya Wilson (‘11) recently delivered a Brown Bag Lunch Lecture on Arkansas Municipal Judge Mifflin Gibbs, a Little Rock businessman, politician, and the first elected African American municipal judge in the United States. Wilson serves as a Program Assistant at the Old State House Museum in Little Rock, Ark. She
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