Christian Canizales ('20) is working with Arkansas State University as a Student Development Specialist for Central Arkansas.
Susanna Creed (’18) is working as a Well-Being Coach with Curricula Concepts, Inc., an educational consulting organization promoting positive relationships between educators, children, and their families using dynamic and innovative models.
Adriana Ongay (’19) has joined the Philadelphia Education Fund as the organization’s College Access Program Coordinator.
Rachel Villafane (’20) has joined the Boost Midwest team as a Project Coordinator, leading project success through collaborating with clients to optimize processes and operations. Villafane started her position in early January.
Nick Stevens (‘18) has co-founded and is working as a Program Manager with the Creative Institute of Central Arkansas, a recently-launched nonprofit that provides gap-year programs for young adults interested in exploring creative careers.
Since June, Robert Morris (’20) has been working as the Lead Pharmacy Technician for Brian’s Pharmacy in Sherwood, Ark., assisting the community-owned pharmacy in its day-to-day operations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Megan Grubb (’20) recently joined the University of Kansas Medical Center as the Frontiers Community and Recruitment Navigator Program Manager.
Katie Clark (’20) has joined the Arkansas Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (ARAAP) as a Program Coordinator.
The National Black Caucus of State Legislators has named Arkansas state Rep. Vivian Flowers (‘07) its Legislator of the Year.
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.