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Anna Beth Gorman Selected for Presidential Leadership Scholars Program (Movers & Shakers)

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Anna Beth Gorman, CEO of the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas in Little Rock, has been selected for the ninth class of the Presidential Leadership Scholars program. The program is a partnership among the presidential centers of George W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Lyndon B. Johnson.


(From left) Heather Davis & Jacob Seither (AMR Architects)

Heather Davis has been promoted to principal at AMR Architects of Little Rock, and Jacob Seither, who has more than 15 years of experience in architecture, has been hired as a project architect at AMR.


(From left) Emma Allred & Moriah Horne (Henderson Engineers)

Emma Allred has been hired as a mechanical designer at Henderson Engineers of Bentonville. She will design mechanical building systems, prepare technical documents and perform engineering calculations for dining establishments nationwide. Additionally, Moriah Horne has been hired as an electrical designer. She will design electrical building systems, prepare technical documents and perform engineering calculations for grocery store construction projects nationwide.


(From left) Jim Tull, Alison Wynne, Jeremy Bevill, Michael Daniels & Ali Karr (Crafton Tull)

Jim Tull has been promoted to chief strategy officer of Crafton Tull of Rogers. Tull, previously the chief financial officer, has been with the firm since 1993. Alison Wynne has been promoted to chief financial officer. She previously was vice president of finance. She has been with the firm since 2022. Jeremy Bevill, who previously served as a project manager, has been promoted to vice president and will work in the Jonesboro office. Michael Daniels, previously a surveyor, has been promoted to vice president and will serve in the Jonesboro office. Ali Karr has been promoted to vice president. She previously was a project manager and will work in the Rogers office.


Beau Lynch (Conway Behavioral Health)

Beau Lynch has been hired as chief executive officer at Conway Behavioral Health. Lynch previously was executive director of behavioral health services at the largest health hospital in Palm Beach County, Florida.


Shane Copeland (Black River Technical College)

Shane Copeland has been promoted to director of student career readiness at Black River Technical College of Pocahontas. He previously was a financial aid adviser at the college.


See more of this week’s Movers & Shakers, and submit your own announcement at ArkansasBusiness.com/Movers.

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