Starre Haas (’19) has been named the Trainer Engagement and Development Director at VoteRunLead, a nonprofit organization that trains women to run for political office and win.
News and updates from Clinton School graduates for November 2019.
University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduates Jasmine Medley (‘12) and A.B. Stewart (’19) and second-year student Ben Washington participated in a National Service Panel at Our House Children’s Center on Friday, November 22.
Students, alumni, faculty, and staff of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service participated in Impact the Rock, a Day of Unity and Service on Saturday, November 16. Service efforts included volunteer work with the Little Rock Zoo, Tree Streets, St. Joseph Center of Arkansas, and the inaugural Public Service Academy.
In 2008, Julie West traveled to Kathmandu to work with Rural Education and Development (READ) Nepal for her International Public Service Project. She had no idea that a decade later her career would still be connected to the region.
Dean James L. “Skip” Rutherford III and graduates Kelly Ford Fleming (‘13) and Marquita Little Numan (‘09) were honored as members of the Arkansas 250, the annual look from Arkansas Business at the people who shape the way Arkansans live, learn, and do business.
News and updates from Clinton School graduates for the month of October 2019.
Derrick Rainey (‘12) has launched a children’s book series, “Nite-Nite Tales: The Adventures of Bubbles.” The series presents timeless lessons through the eyes of a curious, intellectual, and talented African-American girl.
Melvin Clayton (’17) has joined Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families as the Race Equity Director for Advocacy.
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.