Alumni Roundup: March 2018

Lindsey Clark (Class 3) was accepted as an Internal Medicine Primary Care resident at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Clark will begin her residency in Lexington this fall. Andrea Price (Class 7) was announced as policy director with Greater Richmond Fit4Kids in Richmond, Va. Jessica
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Hisek Continues Relief and Recovery Efforts with FEMA

Currently based in Washington D.C. as a Situation Unit Leader with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Kathryn Hisek recently spent nearly two months deployed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to assist with the relief efforts for Hurricanes Irma and Maria. “I had just started my
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Education and Fundraising Lead Banks to Role in Corporate Training

Clinton School alum Patrick Banks currently works as a Talent Acquisition Diversity Recruiter for Caleres, Inc., an American footwear company that counts Famous Footwear and Dr. Scholl’s among its 17 brands. Banks entered the Clinton School with an education background, having worked
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Caldwell Guides Women into Politics at Annie’s List

Clinton School alum Kim Caldwell works to train the next generation of female political leaders at Annie’s List, an organization that recruits, trains, supports, and elects progressive women who are dedicated to advancing the self-determination, health, safety, and financial security
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Bailey Finishes Work on HBO Documentary “Meth Storm”

Clinton School alum Stephen Bailey’s recent work includes multiple credits on “Meth Storm,” the new HBO documentary that tells the story of drug enforcement agents working to stop cartels from flooding the United States with a new, potent form of meth called ICE, and the communities i
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Olson Named to Clinton Global Initiative University Honor Roll

Clinton School alum Ryan Ubuntu Olson was one of 17 individuals recently named to the Clinton Global Initiative University Honor Roll, a roster of extraordinary alumni who over the past decade have made significant impacts through CGI U commitments to action and their careers. The Hon
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Next Alumni-Led Workshop Set for November 17

The Office of Community Engagement at the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service recently hosted two alumni-led workshops at Sturgis Hall. The recent workshops are the first in a series that utilizes the vast array of skills and talents of Clinton School alumni as res
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Williams, Ransom Attend UNITY Summit in New Orleans

Dr. Charlotte Williams, Director of the Center on Community Philanthropy at the Clinton School, recently attended the 2017 UNITY Summit Investing in Movements for Equity held in New Orleans, La. The summit focus was on the importance of convening, collaboration, and creating space to
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Riley Heads to Houston for Hurricane Harvey Relief

Alum Hunter Riley came to the Clinton School as a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 2007. Since graduating in 2009, he spent more than four years in various roles at the Pat Tillman Foundation. In 2013, he co-founded Schlep, a tech-enabled local logistics and del
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Forsman Finds Unique Service Path through Clinton School

A 2016 graduate of the Clinton School, Andrew Forsman currently works at the University of Arkansas for Medical Science as an internal evaluator for a group of early childhood education programs. Forsman came to the Clinton School as a graduate of the University of Alabama with a degr
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