Alum Jordan Aibel (’13) Accepts Position with Lotus Impact

Jordan Aibel  (’13) has accepted a  position with Lotus Impact, a fund which actively invests in private enterprises which help address social and environmental  problems with solutions that generate sustainable income and employment. The fund will invest in businesses in Vietna
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Clinton School Alum to Offer Two-day Sustainability Reporting Training Course in Little Rock

Clinton School alum Nancy Mancilla will return to Little Rock to teach a two-day sustainability reporting training course. The course is free to Clinton School students and alum, but others are encouraged to register for this opportunity. The training covers the Global Reporting Initi
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Washington University Magazine Highlights Clinton School Alum Fernando Cutz (’12)

Below is an excerpt from the cover story of the most recent edition of Washington University Magazine. The entire article can be read here. Fernando Cutz is a ­Presidential ­Management ­Fellow at USAID, the ­federal agency that fosters health and human rights in more than 100 countrie
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Graduate Emily Fischer Honored With Reading Bench at Hillary Clinton Library

Clinton Library and Learning Center for her work in the planning stages of the library. As her final field service project with the Clinton School, Emily completed community surveys and produced a report on community needs related to programming at the new facility. Director of the Hi
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Nonprofit Board Institute, Started by Clinton School Alum, Is Now Accepting Applications

Clinton School alum Katie Milligan (’13) partnered with the Junior League of Little Rock to develop a curriculum and guide for a course to create active, effective and knowledgeable nonprofit board members. Milligan researched several other similar national programs and spoke with non
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“After the Tsunami” Wins Award of Excellence from the Festival of Media Arts

“After the Tsunami,” directed by University of Arkansas Professor Larry Foley and narrated by Clinton School Alum Rina Meutia, will be awarded the Broadcast Education Association Award of Excellence from the Festival of Media Arts. About the Festival of Media Arts The Broa
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Alum and Associate Policy Director for Free Press, Chance Williams, Talks Net Neutrality on C-SPAN

Clinton School alum Chance Williams, Associate Policy Director for Free Press in Washington D.C. was recently interviewed on C-Span about the impact of a recent Federal Appeals Court of the District of Columbia decision on internet net neutrality. The Court struck down an FCC ruling t
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Clinton School student, Mara D’Amico, on Devoting Her Life and Career to Public Service

This profile originally appeared on Central Michigan University’s website. “From my time at CMU (Central Michigan University) and through my involvement with the Volunteer Center, I learned that I could dedicate my life and my career to public service — that it didn’t have to be
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“After the Tsunami” to Air on AETN

“After the Tsunami” tells the story of Indonesian college graduate students who came to U.S. universities, most went to the University of Arkansas and Texas A&M, on scholarships following the 2004 tsunami that killed 173,000 in Banda Aceh. Former presidents George H. W. Bush and B
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