Jennifer May-Brust has joined the Rogers office of Hall Booth Smith of Atlanta. May-Brust spent a decade in the oil pipeline transportation industry, then was with Walmart Inc. for nearly 18 years. She will handle commercial transactions, real estate, construction and design, regulatory compliance programs, corporate governance and international business.
State Sen. Josh Bryant has received the 2023 Consumer Advocate Award from the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association.
Sarah Fendley has been promoted to managing attorney at Pinnacle Legacy Law of Little Rock. Fendley’s practice is focused on estate planning, Veterans Administration benefits planning and asset protection.
Natalie Polston has joined PPGMR Law of Little Rock as an attorney. Polston clerked for the firm in 2021, and her practice will focus on business and commercial disputes, insurance defense and coverage, employment law and appellate practice.
Bourgon Reynolds has been promoted at the Rose Law Firm of Little Rock. Reynolds will serve as the managing member of the firm’s northwest Arkansas office in Rogers. Reynolds’ practice is concentrated on business, antitrust and class-action litigation in the poultry industry as well as representing those in health care.
Lenesha Jones has been promoted to senior vice president and chief people officer at Goodwill Industries of Arkansas. In her new role, Jones will oversee human resources training, policies and procedures as well as employee recruitment, development and retention. She also oversees loss prevention and safety and leads Goodwill’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging Committee.
Debbie Rawn has been elected secretary of the Alzheimer’s Arkansas of Little Rock board of directors. In addition to serving on the board, Rawn has volunteered with the organization since 2008 and has led a support group since 2011.
Camp Aldersgate of Little Rock has hired four new full-time staff members. Emma Blosfelds has been hired as program coordinator and has four years of camping experience in Colorado, as well as her American Red Cross lifeguard certification. Marshall Dickey has been hired as assistant program manager. Dickey has a bachelor’s degree in recreation management and is a certified therapeutic recreation specialist, Association for Challenge Course Technology level I facilitator, certified lifeguard and certified American Camp Association day camp director. Natalie Horton has been hired as a financial analyst, and Ashley Zeiler has been hired as a registrar and administrative assistant.
Home for Healing of Little Rock has added two members to its board of directors: Pam Hathaway, a law clerk and attorney for Judge Mark Klappenbach of the Arkansas Court of Appeals, and Bo Ryall, the president and CEO of the Arkansas Hospital Association. Both will serve three-year terms
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