Donna Csunyo has been promoted to chief operating officer at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas of Little Rock. She previously served as its programs director.
Fred Roberson has been recognized as the Southwest Area Council Liaison of the Year by the Boys & Girls Club of America. He has been a board member of the nonprofit for 27 years and is serving as vice president of the board and resource development committee chair.
Odessa Darrough has been named state president of AARP Arkansas, the nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that represents people aged 50 and older. Darrough previously spent 33 years with AT&T Inc., where she served in management roles in the human resources department.
Jamie Cathey has been hired as sports sales manager at Visit Bentonville. She has 20 years of experience in recreation, special events and public administration. She previously served as park manager at Richland County Recreation Commission in Columbia, South Carolina.
Jamie Huffman Jones has been elected the president-elect designee of the Arkansas Bar Association. She is a partner in the litigation practice group at Friday Eldredge & Clark PLLC.
Mitchell Williams Selig Gates & Woodyard PLLC of Little Rock has hired Christina Chen, Anna Cunningham, Abby Hart, Erica N. Linville and Shadai N. Walker as associates for the firm.
Friday Eldredge & Clark has announced three hires. Emma Jumper and Rose McGarrity have been hired as associates in the firm’s litigation practice group. Anuj “A.J.” Teotia has been hired as an associate in the labor and employment practice group.
Todd Clark has been named as interim chief communications officer at Arkansas State University of Jonesboro. He is the associate chief communications officer for the university.
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