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Ben Hollowell Promoted to ATG USA President

Ben Hollowell was promoted to president in March, and his legal training is expected to augment his accounting knowledge as he works with all of the company's divisions. read more >

New Hires Saddle Up at Livestock Show Association (Movers & Shakers)

Sherman Lites has been hired as livestock administrator by the Arkansas Livestock Show Association of Little Rock, and Will Hornburg has been hired as director of sales and promotions. read more >

Luke Mattingly Moves Up the Chain to President/CEO at CareLink

CareLink serves six counties in central Arkansas at the Area Agency on Aging, which provides services like Meal on Wheels, Medicare counseling and respite care. read more >

Harrison Native Britton Lott Joins St. Bernards Outpatient Imaging Center (Movers & Shakers)

Dr. Britton Lott has joined the medical staff at St. Bernards Medical Center in Jonesboro and is serving as a breast imaging specialist at the St. Bernards Outpatient Imaging Center. A native of Harrison and a graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Lott is affiliated with Associated Radiologists Ltd. in Jonesboro. read more >

Mike Tullis Steps Up To Head MNH Tullis Insurance (Movers & Shakers)

Mike Tullis was recently named president of MNH Tullis in Little Rock. Tullis, who most recently served as the company's executive vice president, helped found the organization in 2010 in partnership with Mullis Newby Hurst LP, a commercial insurance company based in Addison, Texas. read more >

Henderson State Appoints John Hardee To Dean's Post (Movers & Shakers)

John Hardee has been appointed dean of the Ellis College of Arts & Sciences at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia. Hardee, who received his doctorate in physical chemistry from Rice University, has served as associate dean since 2005. read more >

Mack McLarty Receives Rector Award, Designates Donation for Centers for Youth & Families

Mack McLarty was presented the Rector Award at a Little Rock luncheon Jan. 17 held by Fifty for the Future, a civic organization of business leaders in central Arkansas. Named in memory of the late William Rector, the award comes with a charitable donation of $1,000, which McLarty designated for the Centers for Youth & Families. read more >

Angie Longing To Head Nursing at St. Vincent (Movers & Shakers)

Angie Longing will serve as the executive director of nursing at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center in Little Rock. Longing, a board-certified nurse executive, was previously executive director of nursing at St. Vincent North and St. Vincent Morrilton. read more >

Mike Bieker Appointed Director of University of Arkansas Press

Mike Bieker was recently appointed director of the University of Arkansas Press in Fayetteville. He is taking over for Larry Malley, who retired in December. read more >

Stephanie Purifoy Takes Over Development for Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance (Movers & Shakers)

Stephanie Purifoy has been promoted to development director at the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance in Little Rock. Purifoy started with the organization as field manager for the alliance's program Cooking Matters at the Store. Leslie Bass will succeed Purifoy as field manager. Bass previously worked in central Arkansas to identify and recruit groups to participate in the alliance's Arkansas No Kid Hungry programs. read more >