Gina Radke has been awarded the Women in Manufacturing STEP Ahead Award from the Manufacturing Institute in Washington, D.C.
Radke is CEO of Galley Support Innovations in Sherwood. She was an Arkansas Business 40 Under 40 honoree in 2015.
Ruth Coker Burks, Patricia Griffen and Jerry Jones have been honored with the Just Communities of Arkansas’ 56th Annual Humanitarian Awards in Little Rock.
Burks is being honored for her work as a former caregiver of AIDS patients and an AIDS awareness advocate in Arkansas.
Griffen, a leader in the mental health field, is the founder and CEO of Clinical Psychology Services in Little Rock and the first African-American to receive a Doctor of Philosophy in clinical psychology degree from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
Jones is the executive vice president and chief ethics and legal officer of LiveRamp and previously held the same title with Acxiom. He is being honored as an educational equity pioneer and international thought leader in alliance building.
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