Nouroudine Alassane (Class 10) is in Namibia on a consultation assignment for Barefoot College after having previously done consulting work in Senegal and Benin. He is a project manager for a beekeeping and honey project for a program in Benin, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Benin.
Reggie Ballard (Class 12) has been named Director of the Public Charter School Unit at the Arkansas Department of Education.
Marquita Little (Class 3) has been announced as the Urban League of Arkansas’ new President and CEO. Little was previously the Health Policy Director at Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.
Julie Meyer (Class 5) began her position with ThedaCare, a community health system based in Menasha, Wisc., as its Director of Behavioral Health Services.
Katie Powell Rachid (Class 8) is living and working in Singapore as a Case Manager at the Association of Women for Action and Research, a non-governmental organization concerned with promoting gender equality.
Josh Snyder (Class 12) recently accepted a position as an online reporter and weekend editor at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette in Little Rock.
Nathan Watson (Class 10) recently accepted a position as a consultant with Deloitte, a multinational professional services firm, working in the government and public service practice and focusing on workforce transformation and workforce development issues.
Fernando Cutz (Class 6) was recently announced as a senior associate with The Cohen Group after spending the previous six years in various government positions, including tours of the White House under both President Barack Obama and President Donald Trump.
Alumni in the News
Clinton School graduate Kelly Fleming has been announced as a National Philanthropy Day honoree by the Arkansas Chapter the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Fleming is the Director of Development at the Arkansas Arts Center. She is also featured on the cover of November’s Inviting Arkansas as the publication’s Outstanding Fundraising Professional.