Green Receives Distinguished Young Alumni Award from Philander Smith College

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Thurman Green was announced as the recipient of the 2019 Distinguished Young Alumni Award at Philander Smith College’s National Alumni Association Convention banquet on Saturday. Green, who graduated from the Clinton Sch
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Hicks Named to Executive Leadership Team at The Capital Bank

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Burt Hicks has been appointed Director, Senior Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel for Capital Bancshares, Inc. and The Capital Bank. Hicks’ appointment was announced in conjunction with
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Alumni Roundup – February 2019

Kristen Alexander (Class 11) is the editor of a new newsletter, “Brain Waves,” as part of the Arkansas Trauma Rehabilitation Program. Alexander is a Clinical Health Educator with ATRP. Chandle Carpenter (Class 2) is a Dyslexia Specialist with the Little Rock School District. Fernando
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Alumni Roundup – January 2019

Connor Flocks (Class 13) has been hired as a Research Analyst in Deloitte’s Government and Public Service consulting practice in Washington, D.C. Joanna Klak (Class 4) is working for the Wielkopolska Region Development Fund, established to support the development of the region and off
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Taylor Joins Arkansas Foodbank as Chief Community Initiatives Officer

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Regina Taylor has been announced as the new Chief Community Initiatives Officer for the Arkansas Foodbank. “I know firsthand how food insecurity can impact communities,” Taylor said. “As a former youth program dire
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Medley Takes Skills from Clinton School to City Year

Working as a Regional Recruitment Manager with City Year, Clinton School graduate Jasmine Medley travels to colleges and universities throughout Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee to share information about City Year with impending graduates. Medley, who has served in her current ro
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Johnson Focusing on Education Policy and Advocacy with Mississippi First

Sanford Johnson, a 2009 graduate of the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, is the Deputy Director of Advocacy at Mississippi First, a nonprofit focused on education policy and advocacy that produces and provides resources to help raise public awareness around key
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Treviño Joins Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Behavioral Health Services

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Brandon Treviño recently joined the Arkansas Department of Human Services Division of Behavioral Health Services as a program coordinator. Working alongside his twin brother and fellow graduate of the Clinton School, And
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Carelock Helping Support Furloughed Workers through Financial Empowerment Center

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Heath Carelock, who serves as Program Director for the Financial Empowerment Center at Prince George’s Community College, is playing a major role in the county’s efforts to support federal workers during the partial gove
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Alumni Roundup – December 2018

Ratnasari Dewi (Class 5) is working as a Public Affairs Specialist with the U.S. Mission to ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asia Nations). Traci Johnson (Class 9) is working with the state of Indiana, managing a statewide HIV services grant through the federally-funded Ryan White HIV/
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