2016 Clinton School Cookoff Results

Last weekend, the Clinton School held the 2016 Clinton School Annual Cookoff. There were four categories of winners for the Cookoff: creativity, taste, presentation, and an overall winner. The results are as follows: Creativity: Team Vegan/Vegetarian (Andrew Forseman, Hunter Owen, Ele
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Alum Highlight: Sophia Said

Clinton School alumni land in many different places across the globe. From the World Bank, to the Presidential Management Fellowship, from running a local composting organization, to starting a charter school, Clinton School graduates change the world locally and globally. Sophia Said
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Alum Britney Sink Named to Leadership Position for National Court Appointed Special Advocates Association

Britney Sink, Executive Director of CASA of East Tennessee has been appointed to serve National Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Association as a member of the newly formed Performance Measurement network committee. Network committees will advise and provide support to Nationa
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“Building a Global Health Career from a Childhood Dream”

Alum Nicole Maddox was featured by the United States Agency for International Development as a former Global Health Fellow in “Building a Global Health Career from a Childhood Dream.” The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) II is the US Agency for International Developmen
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Alum Tshering Yudon Publishes Her First Children’s Book

University of Arkansas Clinton School graduate Tshering Yudon of Thimphu, Bhutan, has written and published her first book, Bumo Jarim, a children’s book about her home country. Bumo Jarim is a Bhutanese folktale about a young, courageous girl named Karma who helps readers to re
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Food Pantry Opens at UALR with Help from Clinton School Alum

A new food pantry for students, faculty and staff at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has opened in the Donaghey Student Center on the UALR campus. Clinton School graduate Brandon Mathews, who works with the Arkansa Food Bank, has been a leading voice on college student hunge
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Organization Make Memphis Selects Alum Kayla Brooks for ‘The Dean’s List’ About Up-And-Comers in Memphis

Welcome to The Dean’s List!  The Dean’s List will profile up-and-comers in Memphis who are certain to be the next group of leaders in the nonprofit, corporate, government, and faith communities.  The Dean’s List is curated by Kevin Dean, the Executive Director of Literacy Mid-South. K
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Alum Russell Carey Talks About His Current Work with the Rockefeller Foundation and Past Experience with the Clinton School

This article was originally published by the Southeastern Council of Foundations as part of their Member Highlight series, profiling the members of the 2015-16 Class of Hull Fellows. Russell Carey’s career path has included several years at a retail giant, a summer in South Africa, st
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Alum Marquita Little with Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families Talks About the Gap in Health Coverage for Arkansas Hispanic Children

This article was originally produced by Jeff Stein,  Public News Service – AR Arkansas could be doing a better job of reaching out to Latino families to get health insurance for their kids. That’s one finding in a new report from the Georgetown University Center for Childr
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Class of 2013 Alum Yana-Janell Scott Named on of Arkansas Business Class of 2015 ’20 in their 20s’

This article is originally from Arkansas Business. While a student pursuing a master’s degree in public service from the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, Yana-Janell Scott worked in Africa to help train and empower emerging women leaders. Helping others has bee
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