Three graduates of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service have graduated from Leadership Greater Little Rock Class XXXV. Reggie Ballard (’18), Thurman Green III (‘17), and Casey Rockwell (‘07) are among the newest members of the of the annual program from the Little Rock Regional Chamber.
Maricella Garcia (‘11) received a Hunger Hero Award from AR Hunger Relief for her work to help fight food insecurity.
Dr. Malcolm Glover (‘07) was joined by Dr. Maria Marham from the Arkansas Division of Higher Education, Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz of the University of Arkansas, and Dr. Namver Zohoori, Chief Science Officer for Arkansas Department of Health for a discussion on how COVID-19 is being addressed on college campuses for Arkansas PBS.
Mollie Henager (‘18) has joined Arkansas United, an immigrant rights nonprofit, as a Development Coordinator.
Ganelle McBryde (’20) and her family were featured in Little Rock Family’s “Positive Parenting in a Pandemic.”
Richmond Osei-Danquah (’20) is a Disability Claims Adjudicator for the Arkansas Disability Determination for Social Security Administration (DDSA).
Sophia Said (‘11), director of The Interfaith Center in Little Rock, Ark., was a guest on Up in Your Business with Kerry McCoy.
Maya Tims (’20) has joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food & Nutrition Service as a Southwest Region Program Specialist.
Renee Tyler (’20), Community Services Director for City of Eau Claire, Wisc., and the former Director of Transportation Services for the City of Dubuque, Iowa, writes about the impact of COVID on the work environment as a guest columnist for Engaging Local Government Leaders.
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.