Elaine Frigon (Class 9), has been named in-house legal counsel for Simmons First National Corporation. Frigon earned a concurrent Juris Doctor at the UA Little Rock Bowen School of Law.
Tony Nickerson (Class 12) has been named Ouachita District Executive for the Quapaw Area Council of Boy Scouts. Based in Little Rock, Nickerson is working in a six-county area: Clark, Garland, Hot Spring, Montgomery, Pike, and Saline.
Amanda Cullen (Class 10) is enrolled in the Informatics Ph.D. program at the University of California, Irvine.
Andrea Price (Class 7) released her first book, “Everyday Prayers for Servant Leaders,” which includes a hundred prayers on unique topics that are important for servant leadership.
Clinton School Graduates in the News
Tatiana Riddle Hendrix (Class 9), currently working as a program officer for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, recently traveled to Vietnam to meet with customs and port officials.
Andre Breaux (Class 8) has been named to the 20 Under 40 Acadiana Leadership Team by the Lafayette Daily Advertiser.
Katie Milligan (Class 7) is among 31 fellows welcomed to the Delta Leadership Institute Executive Academy. The fellows will participate in the 10-month program to improve their skills in community leadership and policy development, promote regional collaboration and help drive economic growth in DRA’s eight-state region.
Acadia Roher (Class 6) published a recent blog post through UA Little Rock and its Mapping Renewal Project.
Clinton School Alumni Profiles
Announced as the new President and CEO of the Urban League of Arkansas in October, Clinton School graduate Marquita Little (Class 3) is in the early stages of a new role that is the culmination of her nearly 20-year career in public service.
Clinton School of Public Service graduate Christine Sumner (Class 5) is working in New Zealand with the Royal NZ Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Sumner, who recently completed her Ph.D. in Applied Animal Biology/Animal Welfare at the University of British Columbia, began her position in the NZSPCA’s Science and Education Department in September.