Xochitl Delgado-Solorzano (Class 11) accepted a new position as Director of the Honors College Path Program at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. The program prepares exceptional high school students from underrepresented populations to excel at UAF.
Lindsey Clark (Class 3) graduated from Northeast Ohio Medical University in May. She starts as an Internal Medicine Primary Care resident at the University of Kentucky in the fall.
Emily English (Class 3), who currently works as a Program Administrator in the Arkansas Children’s Research Institute Access to Healthy Foods Research Group, earned her Ph.D. in public health from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Julianne Dunn (Class 4) accepted a new position in Community and Economic Development with the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service in Little Rock.
Stephanie Ryan McCoy (Class 6) is serving as lead of the community needs assessment work for Susan G. Komen in Dallas, Texas. McCoy is also working on Susan G. Komen’s African-American Health Equity Initiative to reduce breast cancer death rates among African-American women.
Jessica Boyd Andrews (Class 8) is now CEO of 7hills Homeless Center in Fayetteville, Ark. Andrews previously served as the first executive director of Community Venture Foundation, also in Fayetteville.
Amie Alexander (Class 12), while completing a concurrent law degree at UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, is clerking with the Mitchell Williams and Friday, Elridge, & Clark law firms in Little Rock this summer.