Clinton School graduates Mollie Henager and Amie Wilcox, both members of the Class of 2018, and Steve Person have been announced as selections for the 38th Class of Leadership Greater Little Rock.
Henager is the Director of Development and Foundation Relations for the College of Education at the University of Central Arkansas; Wilcox is a Health Law Associate with Friday, Eldredge & Clark LLP; and Person is the Clinton School’s Director of Technology.
Leadership Greater Little Rock a nine-month community leadership program created by the Little Rock Regional Chamber. It is designed to develop effective leaders by enhancing their civic, social, and professional awareness to positively impact our community. Participants will meet one day every month at a different central Arkansas location to explore topics through expert speakers, panelists, tours, and group presentations.
Henager, Person, and Wilcox will connect with other rising community leaders and learn how to best serve the Little Rock community moving forward.
This year’s class is chaired by Drew Harrison, Vice President of Operations at Harrison Energy Partners and co-chaired by Suzanne Peyton, Director of Properties, Planning & Development at the Clinton Airport. Both are graduates of LGLR.
“The Leadership Greater Little Rock program is a vital part of the Central Arkansas community, and Suzanne and I are excited to play a role in this year’s class,” said Harrison. “We have an outstanding group of future civic leaders. I already know Central Arkansas will benefit from the great accomplishments this class will achieve for many years to come.”
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.