Shandrea Murphy-Washington (’20), a recent graduate of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, has released a book of poetry.
News and updates from Clinton School of Public Service graduates from across the country for the month of September 2020.
BLACK BOYS, a full-length documentary produced by Chad Williamson (‘10), has been announced as one of the original films picked up by Peacock, NBCUniversal's streaming service, and will be available to the public on September 10.
Hilary Trudell (‘12) is the founder and leader of The Yarn, a storytelling venture based in Little Rock that uses the power of story to amplify voices, build understanding, and create space for human connection.
Nathan Keltch (’20) has been hired as a mobility specialist with the Department of Public Works for the City of Louisville, Ky.
Renee Tyler (’20) has been announced as the Community Services Director for the City of Eau Claire, Wisc. Tyler will start in her new position on Monday, September 21.
Justin Murdock (’20) has been hired as a Project Analyst by Boost Midwest, a management consulting company in Little Rock, Ark.
When Reggie Ballard (’18) began work on the inaugural AR501c3 Capital Campaign Conference as part of his Clinton School Capstone project in 2017, he didn’t know he would still be connected to the event more than three years later.
Adam Kleinerman (’20) has joined the Translational Research Institute at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences as a full-time Program Manager.
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.