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2023-2024

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1952

Garth Martin has been designated a Distinguished Alumnus of Arkansas State University - Beebe (formerly Beebe Junior College).

1958

Logan Cothern has been chosen as grand marshal for the Searcy Holiday of Lights Christmas parade by the White County Regional Library Board.

1962

Barry Colvert will be seen on CBS FBI True series relating to the Aldrich Ames espionage case on February 7.

1964

John Edens received the Buffalo History Museum's Owen B. Augspurger Award and editor of the 2024 book "Pensive Beauty: Vision of Forest Lawn, Buffalo's First Rural Cemetery."

1966

Mel Gray published The Economics of Art and Culture, a coauthored book with Dr. Karol Borowiecki of the University of Southern Denmark, which has added a European perspective that extends the book’s global reach. Cambridge University Press is the publishing group and Gray is Professor Emeritus of Business Economics and Senior Fellow with the Center for the Common Good at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota.

Aubrey Hough was the 38th Distinguished Alumnus Award from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. This was presented in October 2022 and he gave the keynote address at the medical school reunion entitled "The Social and Political History of Bioterrorism from Earliest Times into the Pandemic Age."

1967

June Shirley Gilbreath is a Paris, AR school board member and is leading the campus beautification project at Paris High School.

Kaye King retired after working 19 years with the federal government.

1969

Carol Hampton Rasco retired in 2016 and spends her time with family, traveling, and renovating a cottage in Maine.

1970

Neal Ritter will release his second teaching novel, "In the Eyes of God," this fall.

1971

Linda Gannaway recently published her second book, "FINALLY Stop Procrastinating: When Nothing Else Works, Unlock Your Hidden Power to Succeed." As a "recovering procrastinator," she is currently a speaker, consultant, and life coach who specializes in helping others overcome procrastination.

Keith McNabb has retired and is the staff organist of First Presbyterian Church in Statesville, NC.

1972

Becky Glass Hall has retired from UAMS as Center Director of UAMS East.

Eric Jackson is Senior Vice President of Oaklawn and aHendrix trustee. He has become the fourth person ever to be named to both the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame and the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame, and he is the first person to be inducted into both Halls of Fame in the same year.

Judd Kidd has been named among the “2024 AMP Influencers of the Year.”

Beverly Couch Villines retired on June 30 as Executive Director of the Pulaski Heights UMC Foundation and Minister to Senior Adults.

1973

John Ritchey retired in August 2023.

1974

Cathy Monroe Crouch is retired from teaching public school and am now a Spiritual Director for the Diocese of Little Rock. 

George Gleason was recognized by Arkansas Money & Politics in their 2024 C-Suite edition.

Joseph Kubat received an honorary doctorate of divinity from North Central Theological Seminary and will receive a Doctorate of Theology from Christian Bible College in January 2024.

1975

Bob Crossman is retired and has taken up the study of the Butterfield National Historic Trail and will release his fifth book on the subject in January 2024. The other four books are titled Butterfield’s Overland Mail Co. STAGECOACH Trail Across Arkansas, 1858-1861, Butterfield’s Overland Mail Co. use of STEAMBOATS to Deliver Mail and Passengers Across Arkansas 1858-1861Butterfield’s Overland Mail Co. as REPORTED in Arkansas Newspapers of 1858-1861, and POSTAL HISTORY of John Butterfield’s Overland Mail Co. on the Southern and Central Routes including Butterfield’s Pony Express 1858-1864.

1976

Mark Denman was recently appointed Board Chairman of US Durum Products, LTD, and will lead US Durum as they expand the Casbah brand into North American supermarkets.

Dana Thomasoon is the co-owner of Summit Reach Counseling and Psychotherapy.

1977

Janet James Robb retired as President/CEO of the Arkansas Better Business Bureau December 2022. In recognition of her three decades of service to the BBB, the Board of Directors dedicated the BBB’s new office building in her honor, naming it the Janet James Robb Building. 

Kris Shewmake was named in Arkansas Money & Politics "Top 100 Professionals." 

1978

Cliff Barnes has retired.

Paul Bowen has been given the AR Bar Association's Free Legal Answers 2023 Pro Bono Leader award.

Sue Casteel will retire from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry at the end of August, 2023. 

Bruce Holsted has retired.

Keith Mooney joined CARTI Urology in May 2023.

1979

Ellis Arnold has retired from Hendrix College and joined Arvest Bank's Conway Advisory Board.

Rick Roberts serves on the Board of Directors for Valley Industries and advises the organization on technical and safety issues, and volunteers for Project Hope, a food pantry ministry of St. Andrew United Methodist Church. 

1980

Ashley Deed has retired after 35 years as an OB/Gyn.

Jan Nelson Hundley was named one of "Musical America's Top 30 Professionals of the Year" for her work as chair of the board of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.

Rock Jones retired in June following 15 years as President at Ohio Wesleyan University. Rock is serving as a Senior Adviser for Advancement to Hendrix President Karen Petersen. 

Anna Talley Redman has retired after 36 years as a physician.

Jeanne Loveless Seewald received the Leader in the Law award from the Florida Association of Women Lawyers at the annual meeting of The Florida Bar in Boca Raton in June 2023.

T.J. Ticey has retired from TRI-Construction.

1981

Mark Hamer is the Honorary General Consul of the Federal Republic of Germany in Little Rock.

Michael Stigall was listed in the Marquis Who's Who for his word in the field of Laboratory Automation System Evaluation.

David Sutherland will serve as Interim Provost at Hendrix College for the 2023-2024 academic year.

1982

Marion Agnew released a debut novel, Making up the Gods, which will be released in October 2023 from Canadian publisher Latitude 46 Publishing. Her essay collection, "Reverberations: A Daughter's Meditations on Alzheimer's", was published in 2019 and shortlisted for the Louise de Kiriline Lawrence Award for nonfiction. 

Micah Brown was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Financial Planner." 

Jennifer Horne has two new books out in 2024: a biography, "Odyssey of a Wandering Mind: The Strange Tale of Sara Mayfield, Author" (University of Alabama Press), and a co-edited essay collection, "Old Enough: Southern Women Artists and Writers on Creativity and Aging" (University of Georgia Press, NewSouth Imprint). 

Carol Smith Schumacher received the Deboarh and Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for distinguished teaching at the MathFest Conference. 

Suzanne Wong Yee was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Cosmetic Surgery.  

1983

Vicki Keck is retired and was awarded service projects "Volunteer of the Year" at the Arkansas Foodbank this year. 

1984

Clell Ford teaches biology at Heritage High School in Rogers, AR.

Brooks Gentry has retired from UAMS after 30 years as a practicing physician.

Nancy Womack Mitchell is a psychiatric/mental health nurse practitioner at Cardinal Counseling in North Little Rock. She also works part-time as a psychiatric APRN at Front Range Family Psychiatry in Montana and is an adjunct clinical instructor for the UALR nursing program educating nursing students during they mental health rotation at clinical sites.

Laura Rhea Thurman is Interim Co-Director at Camp Dickenson.

1985

Bracken Darrell has been appointed President and CEO of VF Corporation, one of the world's largest active-lifestyle companies.

Pebble Jones Sutherland has retired after 31 years as a pediatrician.

1986

Jeff Aulgur has been promoted to professor at Arkansas Tech University, effective August 2023. 

Doug Blackmon created a film titled, THE HARVEST, which will air on PBS in September 2023. 

Tad Bohannon has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Gregory Crow has retired from the Arkansas Contractors Licensing Board.

Liz Larson published "Land Lines" with the New York Quarterly.

Tracy Levins is a managing director for the Center for Applied Research Solutions, overseeing a portfolio of projects, including directing the SAMHSA-funded National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health.

1987

Steve Barger has received a 5-year federal grant to support his research on the role of glucose transport in Alzheimer's disease.

Richard Bearden has been named among the “2024 AMP Influencers of the Year.”

Kim Hansen is a Child Welfare Specialist  with OKDHS. 

Walter Pryor has been named Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel for Southern Bancorp.

1988

Mitchell Combs has retired after 30 years in education.

Cheryl Lichti was recently promoted to Associate Professor in the Pathology and Immunology Department at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine.

1989

Katherine Henry Baltz was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Opthalmology.  

Hayden Franks was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Dermatology and Arkansas Money & Politics in their 2024 C-Suite edition.

Constance May Hall has been appointed Associate Dean for School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Capella University, Minneapolis, MN.

Jim Jackson has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Pledger Monk was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Financial Planner."

1990

Michelle Strange Elliott has a new position with the U of A System as Senior Audit Manager and received the Outstanding Service Award from the Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors. 

Tim Griffin has been named among the “2024 AMP Influencers of the Year.”

Jim Hudson has been appointed as secretary of the Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration. 

Darren Peters has released a book titled, Keep It Moving Forward: Maneuvering Through Life's Journeys

Marci Jackson Ward serves on the North East Arkansas area Presbyterian churches as pulpit supply and is an Adjunct Professor of Music at Lyon College. 

Darrin Williams has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group and the “2024 AMP Influencers of the Year.”

Tim Zimmerman has completed a 36-year military career and retired from the US Army on May 25, 2023.

1991

AnDi Tompkins has been named higher education art educator of the year by Arkansas Art Educators Association.

1992

Renee Holmes Cole is the recipient of the James Flack Norris Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Teaching of Chemistry by the American Chemical Society. 

Mike Malone has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

1993

Chip Chiles has been inducted as a fellow of the International Academy of Trial Lawyers.

Allison Fox Gillaspy is a program officer in the Division of Blood Diseases and Resources at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) developing new research initiatives, and serves as a Scientific Lead for projects funded by the NHLBI Cure Sickle Cell Initiative. 

Anna Lee Harris has accepted the position as Interim Chair for the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (UAPB), effective spring 2024. 

Heather Larkin has been selected by the Women's Foundation of Arkansas as a "Top 100 Women of Impact in Arkansas" and was named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

1994

Tricia Chambers Burris has been promoted to Assistant Director of Career Services at Hendrix College. 

Tim Hicks was recognized by Arkansas Money & Politics in their 2024 C-Suite edition.

Susannah Thomas Marshall has been selected by the Women's Foundation of Arkansas as a "Top 100 Women of Impact in Arkansas" and reappointed as the Commissioner of the Arkansas State Bank Department.

Christopher Morgan promoted to Vice Chairman of the Farmers & Merchants Board of Directors.

1995

Elizabeth Bridges left her tenured position at Rhodes College and now serves as Associate Analyst for Content Engineering at Global Logic of Austin, TX. 

Jason Browning recently joined CARTI, Central Arkansas Radiation Therapy Institute, as general counsel. 

Barkley Thompson published a new book, "How Can We Know The Way: Reflections on Belief, Salvation and Eternal Life" in August 2023 and is ranked #1 on Amazon's New Testament Meditations New Releases chart. Hendrix Professor of World Religions Emeritus Dr. Jay McDaniel wrote the afterword for the book. 

1996

Joanna Bryant Delavan left UAMS after 27 years and is a Senior Librarian for Information Services (Reference) at the Arkansas State Library.

Greg Gillis was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Financial Planner." 

Elizabeth Storm Rule was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Emergency Medicine.  

1997

Margie Alsbrook has started a new position as a visiting Assistant Professor at Mercer University - Walter F. George School of Law.

Ryan Bunch has completed his P.h.D. in the Department of Childhood Studies at Rutgers University-Camden and will lead the International Wizard of Oz Club. 

Tracy McKay Dixon has a recently released her 28th book for Peguin Random House, Cold Curses (An Heirs of Chicagoland Novel Book 5).

1998

Angel Johnson Belsey owns publishing company Deixis Press, which has been featured  in the UK and international media, from The Guardian to The Daily Mail to BBC Radio, and have won or been shortlisted for prizes including The Next Generation Indie Book Awards, The Rubery Prize for Fiction, Readers’ Choice Book Awards, and The Guild of Food Writers Awards.

Misty Eubanks was named as a finalist in Arkansas Business "CFO of the Year 2023." 

Sarah Goforth has been selected by the Women's Foundation of Arkansas as a "Top 100 Women of Impact in Arkansas" and was listed among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Michael Hargis was named provost at the University of Central Arkansas.

Dylan Potts has been named among the “2024 AMP Influencers of the Year.”

Brian Raines was named Dean of the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.

Todd Tinsley has been promoted to Associate Provost of Hendrix College.

Mark Wilson was named in Arkansas Money & Politics "Achievers in their Forties 2023."

1999

Kristi Beatty Casey was recognized by Arkansas Money & Politics in their 2024 C-Suite edition.

David Curran has been selected as General Counsel to the University of Arkansas System.

Susan Todd Krafft was appointed to serve as the Zone III director on the Fort Smith Public School Board of Education in July 2023, and after the March primary election will begin a full five-year term as the Zone III Director on  the Fort Smith Public School Board of Education.

Emily Maher was part of a team of scientists responsible for one of 2023's "biggest breakthroughs" in physics according to Physics World.

Brian Wayne was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Dermatology.  

Rachel Winkley Wayne was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Rheumatology.  

2000

Matt Dunn is a Training Specialist at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, ID. He also published a book, A Moss-Covered Trail, about his thru-hike of the Ozark Highlands Trail. 

Robin Hampton Green is the Director of Development & Marketing for the Arkansas Repertory Theatre in Little Rock.

Lydia Hicks Hamlet  was named in Arkansas Money & Politics "Achievers in their Forties 2023."

Courtney Mashburn Hatch was selected to join the 2023-2025 cohort of Fellows for the American Geophysical Union Leadership Academy and Network for Diversity and Inclusion in the Geosciences (AGU LANDInG).

2001

April Ambrose left Entegrity at the end of 2022, after more than 15 years, and has worked as Director of Workforce Development for the Arkansas Advanced Energy Foundation (AAEF). She is now the Director of Energy and Environment and her role is focusing on workforce development for advanced energy, and sustainability careers in the state.

Lea Ann Biggar was recently promoted to Chief Financial Officer of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. 

Kristina Lyon works with Walmart merchants and vendors on the financial side of the business, helping to improve system efficiency and functionality.

Rachael Freeze-Ramsey was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Emergency Medicine.  

Latoya Goree Smith is the Director of Strategic Engagement at Clarkson Construction Company.

2002

Jenny Noble Anderson has released a second full poetry collection titled "Can Buddhists Wear Mascara? (and Other Things I've Googled)". It won the 2023 Homebound Publications Poetry Prize and will be released in April 2024. It is currently available for pre-order at Homebound Publications.

Dan Dillard has started a new position as Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education at Emory University. 

Hope Gaither Geiger transitioned to new position as Director of Academic Affairs at Oklahoma State University - Tulsa.

Rani Lindberg was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Physicial Medicine & Rehabilitation.  

Faith Pippin began working as a Spanish Language and Culture Instructor with the Foreign Service Institute, which is part of the State Department, in November 2022.

2003

Alice Price Alexander was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Internal Medicine.  

Lisa Catellani completed her master's degree in science with a concentration in nursing in May 2019 and is currently working as a Nurse Practitioner in the Emergency Department at Emory University Hospital Midtown.

Benjamin Davis was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in General Surgery.  

Sue Ann Hamiter Frizzell has published three books available for purchase on Amazon. Two of the three are mulitlingual poetry and one consists of translations of German poetry by Hermann Hesse.

Brad Henry has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Christian Hester was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Opthalmology.  

Julie Hall McCallister has been selected by the Women's Foundation of Arkansas as a "Top 100 Women of Impact in Arkansas."

Casey Carder Rockwell has been awarded the 2024 Faculty Excellence Awardin Social Justice by the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.

Aaron Strong was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Pediatrics.  

2004

Amanda Potter Cole is a Project Manager at a tech startup, Rainplan.

Laura White Hollenbach was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Obstetrics & Gynecology.  

Valencia Moses earned her Cetificate in Management Essentials from Harvard Business School Online.

Anna Patterson Strong was elected to the Little Rock School Board and has been named among the “2024 AMP Influencers of the Year.”

Andre Wineland was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Pediatrics Otolaryngology (ENT).  

Emily Wineland and her finteck startup, GoodChange, has been awarded the Campaign & Elections 2024 Reed Award for Most Innovative Poli-Tech Startup.

Heather Young was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Infectious Disease.  

2005

Douglas Hutchings has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Marquita Little Numan will join The Partnership for America's Children as executive director in August 2023.

Kara Wilkins has been selected by the Women's Foundation of Arkansas as a "Top 100 Women of Impact in Arkansas."

2006

John Bracey was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Hand Surgery.  

Josh Davenport has been named among the “250 Most Influential Leaders in Arkansas” for 2023 by the Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Brad Howard recently left a Washington-based lobbying firm to launch his own comprehensive lobbying and public affairs firm in Washington, D.C., called Corcoran Street Group. He currently serves as treasurer of Q Street, the association of LGBTQ+ lobbyists and public policy advocates.

Maradyth Hopper McKenzie was named "Best Real Estate Agents 2023" by Little Rock Soiree Magazine. 

Nathan Miller opened BCW ( Bread, Cheese, and Wine) restaurant in the SOMA area. 

Nick Stinson is Senior Director, Major Gifts at South Texas College of Law Houston.

2007

Kim Barrett is the Executive Director at Honored.

Terryn Weygandt Lawrence is the Chief Sustainability Officer for Rabobank North America. 

Kelly Robbins is a Clinical Research Coordinator at the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

Erin Wallus has started a new position as Sales Manager, Install Base Mid-Market Specialty Contractors at Procore Technologies.

2008

Tessa Bailey is a lead teacher at a residential therapy school while also working on a Ph.D. in Education and Social Justice at Lancaster University in Lancaster, England.

Amanda Brooks has been promoted to Senior Director of Communications at ESPN.

Jessica Crenshaw graduated with a Master's of Science in Education with a specialization in Training & Performance Improvement. 

Sarah Rigg Cunningham is the Chief Procurement Officer at the Arkansas Department of Human Services. 

Samuel Kauffman was promoted to the position of Finance and Administration Division Director with the Administrative Office of the Courts in November 2021 and was appointed as secretary of the Board of Trustees of Congregation B'nai Israel in December 2023.

Ash McLain has accepted a position as an Associate Product Manager - Payroll with Paycom Payroll LLC in Oklahoma City, OK effective October 2023.

Jeanette Reyes is Physical Scientist and the US EPA since 2019.

Lauren Turner Schluterman works from home as a remote mental health therapist after a medical resignation from Arisa Health.

Nathan Shinn recently accepted a role with Edward Jones Trust Company as a Senior Unique Assets Specialist. 

Josh Wilson has started a new position as engineering lead, activation at Level. 

2009

Melissa Campbell Anderson has a new job teaching AP Literature at Sylvan Hills High School. 

Sam Bode Coker was named Executive Director of Philanthropy at BJC Healthcare, leading marketing and fundraising for St. Louis Children’s Hospital, in March 2023.

Matthew Reid is the Assistant Professor of Biology at Hendrix College. 

Lincoln Riley is an Emergency Emergency Medicine Clinical Pharmacist in Abilene, TX at Hendrick Medical Center.

Rachel Floyd Stevens is working at Arkansas Children's Research Institute as a principal trainer.

2010

Lauren Bartshe has accepted a position as the Executive Director/Chief of Staff for the Office of the Chancellor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.  

Nathan Hill was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Doc" in Pulmonology.  

Julia Maschmann graduated in December 2023 with a Master of Science in Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management from Arkansas State University.

Nathaniel Thomas has accepted the Deputy Director of Impact and Design position at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U).

2011

Mac Barnes was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Financial Planner." 

Hope Burks is a fellow at Chan Zuckerberg Bio Hub in Chicago. 

Colleen Mayo is the Assistant Professor and Murphy Fellow of English at Hendrix College. 

Molly Miller recently started a job as Health Equity Specialist for Oklahoma Complete Health.

Elizabeth Morgan became board-certified in Integrative Medicine after completing a fellowship at the University of Arizona Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine, and is now double-boarded in Family Medicine. 

Gavin Schalliol has started a new position at Copia Automation.

Steve Weingold is a Partner at Dorsey & Whitney LLP.

2012

Becca Bona graduated from the Clinton School of Public Service in May 2023.

Hannah Hudspeth Keegan is the inaugural director of the Center for Faith, Mission, & Catholic Education at Thomas More University.

Allyson Keen graduated in 2018 from UAMS with a PharmD and is working as a pharmacy manager for Kroger in Hermitage, TN.

2013

Andy Craig wrote an opinion piece in the NWA Democrat Gazette titled "Toxic politics? Reform elections". 

Trey Kalbaugh owns Advanced Dentistry of Nevada, MO and has brought some of the newest dental technology to rural Missouri. 

Kim Lane has been appointed as Chief Operating Officer at Right to Start, an entrepreneurial policy startup. 

Desirae Holmes McBride is the Program Services Director at Immerse Arkansas. 

Kelly Owen graduated from the Clinton School of Public Service in May and has accepted a position as Development Director at the American Heart Association.

Cara Roadarmel is Area Sales Manager at Delta Foremost Chemical Corporation. 

Weston Weeks has returned to AgHeritage Farm Credit Services as VP, Agribusiness & Capital Markets.

2014

Colton Primm is the Senior Associate Director of Development with the Razorback Foundation.

2015

Lindsay Drillette is a pilot for Airshare where she is a captain on the Phenom 300 and Challenger 350 aircraft, and works in the training department as an initial experience captain. 

Connor Gibbs received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) at Arkansas State University.

Laura Gressler was named Arkansas Business's "20 in Their Twenties". Laura is an Assistant Professor at UAMS, College of Pharmacy. 

Mitchel Griffin is the Data Integration Specialist for the Texas Council for Developmental Disabilities (TCDD).

Taylor Hart was recognized in Soiree as a "2023 Top Financial Planner." 

Daniel Hoose graduated from his internal medicine residency in June 2023 and has started a new job as a hospitalist attending at Mercy Hospital in Joplin, MO. 

Erika Jasso graduated from her internal medicine residency in June 2023 and has started a one-year fellowship in primary care sports medicine at UAMS. She will work with the Arkansas Razorbacks this next year and train to be a team physician. 

2016

Hunter Briggs has been named the new head of the track and field and cross country programs at Westminster College.

Mitch Harle has been appointed Development Manager for the National Press Club Journalism Institute.

James Owen was named Arkansas Business's "20 in Their Twenties". James is a policy analyst in the Mayor's Office. 

Rachel Zweig obtained a Master's degree in Soil Science from Wageningen University in the Netherlands in August 2021 and worked at Dripping Springs Garden in Huntsville, AR from May-November 2021 before becoming an agriculture extension agent in Sandoval County, New Mexico for 19 months. On March 5, 2024, she will move to Guatemala as a Peace Corps trainee will be working with rural farmers.

2017

Morgan Carrico has been appointed to the Regional Administrator for the Pacific Rim (Region 9) and Northwest/Arctic (Region 10) by the US General Services  Administration.

Lauren Dickinson graduated with a PhD in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from Yale, will be starting as a 1L at Duke Law in August.  

Angela Lamb has accepted a new position as a Development Officer at the Faces of Hope Foundation. 

Julia Lefler is a Senior Scientist at Regeneron Cell Medicines.

Ian McVinney has completed 2 years of pharmacy residency and is a multiple myeloma clinical specialist at UAMS in Little Rock.has completed 2 years of pharmacy residency and is a multiple myeloma clinical specialist at UAMS in Little Rock. 

Doug Phillips is a Senior Manager of Finance supporting Walmart Global Tech.

Dimple Shah received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) at Arkansas State University. 

Guneev Sharma was named in Arkansas Money & Politics "Top 100 Professionals" for his work with the National Park Foundation.

Olivia Grace Whittington has been named in Memphis Flyer's 20 under 30 Class of 2024.

2018

Thomas Alexander has been ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacons.

Dalton Clement has accepted a head coach position with the IU East Men's Soccer program.

Ronnie Kinoshita has been promoted to Deputy Director of Data Science and Research at CSET.

Michael Kramer is a Pharmacy Manager at Walmart Supercenter Store 5260 in Rogers, AR. 

Erika Levy received her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) at Arkansas State University.

Tejas Soman works at NYU Langone Health in Environmental Health & Safety.

Leah Smith graduated in August 2022 with her clinical doctorate in occupation therapy from Boston University. 

2019

Taylor Baer is an Embedded Software Engineer at Raytheon Technologies. 

Holden Branscum has joined KPMG's Washington National Tax M&A practice. 

Hannah Burdette had a piece titled "The Sustainability Paradox: A Competitive Case for Sustainability Agreements" was selected for publication by the George Washington Law Review.

Cordell Campbell has started a new position as 1L Summer Associate at Verstegen & Fobe and has accepted a 2024 summer associate position with Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. 

Rebeca Castillo is a Regional Admission Officer for Hendrix College.

Trey Dyer is a budget/grants analyst at Northwest Arkansas Community College.

Collin Mayer received his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine (NYITCOM) at Arkansas State University.

Everett Roddy is a proposal manager at Kearney & Company.

Adam Williams graduated from the Clinton School of Public Service in May 2023.

Molly Williams graduated from law school and passed the bar in 2022, and is now a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Pulaski County. 

2020

Chad McGonigal has accepted a position as Assurance Senior at HoganTaylor. 

Mary Nail has accepted a position as an Assistant Editor on the Pristine Seas team with National Geographic Society. 

Zachary Prins graduated from New England Law Boston in May of 2023. I took the bar exam July of 2023, and started working as an associate attorney at Boyle Shaughnessy Law in downtown Boston. 

Jasmine Zandi was recognized in Arkansas Business "2023 20 In Their 20s." 

2021

Tucker Andrews has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Brittany Chue graduated from the Clinton School of Public Service and was awarded the MPS Academic Award, presented to a student from the Master of Public Service degree program.

Whitney Woods started vet school at Lincoln Memorial University.

2022

Allen Bogoslavsky is currently enrolled in the master's program at the University of Arkansas.

Colin Bridges has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Luke Jackson has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Mark Johnson has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Dani Kuntz has accepted a position as an Area Manager at the fulfillment center servicing Norfolk and Virginia Beach and will begin the low-residency grad program to earn her MFA in Creative Writing from University of Nevada, Reno (UNR). 

Joseph Lara has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Michael Miller has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Olivia Moore is the Public Affairs Manager for Northwest Arkansas National Airport. 

Robert Phillips-Cosio has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Jessica Rickerby is working at ManeGait Therapeutic Horsemanship in the marketing department and working with the horses.

Caroline Tackett  has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine.  

Grace Turner has been accepted into UAMS's College of Medicine. 

2023

Charity Bratcher is Lead School Associate at Nashville Ballet.

Kaden Franklin has accepted a position at a public library in Nashville, TN. 

Maggie Gullion started a new position as a Forensic Accountant at AIG.

Victoria Horan has been working as a vet tech and has been accepted to veteriarian school starting in the fall of 2024.

Maggie Ryan is the new afternoon host for KUAR 89.1 FM.

Kylon Williams is a Digital Content Producer at KATV news.

 

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