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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Butler Prepping for Opening of Refill Café

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Jordan Butler is working as a project leader with Refill Café, a restaurant that doubles as a workforce training program for young adults in Butler’s hometown of Jackson, Miss. The café, set to open in 2019, will be loca
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Bouzihay to Receive Rising Star Award for Startup

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Nora Bouzihay will be one of seven recipients of the Rising Star Award at A Celebration of Startups, Presented by Remix Ideas. The awards will be presented Friday night at the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub’s headquart
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Alumni Roundup – November 2018                    

Elaine Frigon (Class 9), has been named in-house legal counsel for Simmons First National Corporation. Frigon earned a concurrent Juris Doctor at the UA Little Rock Bowen School of Law. Tony Nickerson (Class 12) has been named Ouachita District Executive for the Quapaw Area Council of
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Little Taking on New Role as President and CEO of the Urban League of Arkansas

Announced as the new President and CEO of the Urban League of Arkansas in October, Clinton School graduate Marquita Little is in the early stages of a new role that is the culmination of her nearly 20-year career in public service. “I’ve done a little of everything in terms of direct
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Sumner Working as Scientific Officer in New Zealand with SPCA

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Christine Sumner is working in New Zealand with the Royal NZ Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Sumner, who recently completed her Ph.D. in Applied Animal Biology/Animal Welfare at the University of Britis
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Alumni Roundup – October 2018

Nouroudine Alassane (Class 10) is in Namibia on a consultation assignment for Barefoot College after having previously done consulting work in Senegal and Benin. He is a project manager for a beekeeping and honey project for a program in Benin, funded by the U.S. Embassy in Benin. Reg
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Cutz Joins The Cohen Group after Six Years with U.S. Government

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service graduate Fernando Cutz (Class 6) was recently announced as a senior associate with The Cohen Group after spending the previous six years in various government positions, including tours of the White House under both President Bar
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