Jeanine Myers Joins ATU's Team (Movers & Shakers)


Jeanine Myers
Jeanine Myers (Arkansas Tech University)

Jeanine Myers has been appointed associate vice president for academic affairs at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville. Myers earned her Bachelor of Science in mathematical sciences from Baylor University, her Master of Science in mathematical sciences from Clemson University and a Doctor of Philosophy in mathematics from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.


Booker Mays
Booker Mays (Arkansas State University)

Booker Mays is the new director of the Red Wolf Center at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. Mays previously worked as assistant director of fraternity and sorority life in the Office of Student Development and as a Title IX investigator for the university’s Office of Title IX & Institutional Equity. 


Neal Harwell
Neal Harwell (Black River Technical College)

Neal Harwell is the new mental health counselor and crisis intervention specialist for the Division of Student Affairs at Black River Technical College in Pocahontas. The position is for one year and is paid through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund.


Jon Collins
Jon Collins (Educational Benefits)

Jon Collins has been named regional director for business development at Educational Benefits of Little Rock. He was previously superintendent of the West Memphis School District for nine years, where he was named Arkansas Superintendent of the Year in 2018.


Tony Loukota
Tony Loukota (Forge Institute)

Tony Loukota has been promoted to training manager at the Forge Institute of Little Rock. After completing the Forge Fellowship program, Loukota became the institute’s first full-time instructor and curriculum developer. Before joining Forge, Loukota served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a tactical data systems administrator. 


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