The following Hendrix alumni will be honored on Saturday, April 2, 2022 during Alumni Weekend.
2019 James E. Major Service Award
Teresa Clogston Osam '72
Teresa worked in research at UAMS for 5 years and then spent more than 20 years in small business ventures, event planning, and community fundraising. In 1995, Teresa returned to Hendrix and joined the Office of Advancement and College Relations to be the Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Associate Director of Development and Major Gifts Officer. Later, she served as Coordinator of
Special Events to steward alumni, friends, and donors of the College.
After nearly 22 years at Hendrix, Teresa retired from the Office of
Advancement in 2017.
2020 James E. Major Service Award
Mimi was born and raised in Chuncheon, South Korea. After marrying Bobby Courtway ’79, Mimi moved to the United States and relocated to Conway. She began her job in the Hendrix cafeteria in January 1997, and has been welcoming students daily for more than 23 years. She is the mother of two children, Jessica, of St. Louis, MO, and Allen, of Denver, CO. She also is the daughter-in-law of the late Bob and Betty Courtway.
2020 Humanitarian Award
Regina Lichti Binz ’96
Regina founded Holy Sews, a ministry to provide handmade layettes for micro-preemie infants. After experiencing the loss of her son at 17 weeks, Regina felt a calling to help families clothe their babies who were too small for premature baby clothing. Regina started the volunteer ministry in 2008 at her church Our Lady of the Holy Souls Catholic Church. Today, several chapters in the U.S. provide free layettes to over
400 hospitals in all 50 states. As the mother of two and a clinical
specialist of cytogenetics at UAMS, Regina joins volunteers as she is
able to help prepare layettes to send across the country.
2020 Outstanding Young Alumna Award
Andee Cooper Parks '05
Andee is the Global Director of MERL (Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning) at International Justice Mission (IJM), an organization focused on human rights and law. Her portfolio spans programs in commercial sexual exploitation of children (including cyber-trafficking), forced labor, police abuse of power, and violence against women/children. She joined IJM in 2012 after six years of international public health work, predominantly focused on orphans and vulnerable
children, HIV/AIDS, and health system strengthening. Andee’s work
experience spans 12 African nations, South and Southeast Asia, and Latin
America. She and her family have lived in Malawi in southern Africa