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UA Little Rock Adds Rose, Andrews to Administration (Movers & Shakers)

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Holly Rose has been named executive director of development at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and JR Andrews is UA-Little Rock’s new director of planned giving.

Rose was previously an account supervisor at Neal & Associates.

Andrews was most recently a planned giving officer for Berea College in Kentucky and previously was a vice president of Heifer International Foundation.

S. Lynn Bullard has been named president of Arkansas AAIMS effective Jan. 1, replacing Ken James, who retired after four years in the position.

Bullard had served as program manager since 2013. Arkansas AAIMS is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to prepare more students for college, post-secondary training and STEM careers and to increase the number of students who graduate from college.

Robert J. Anderson of PC Assistance and Zach Cahall of National Custom Hollow Metal Doors & Frames are among the first 13 participants to complete the Emerging Leaders Development Program at University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College in North Little Rock.

Other participants were Juana Cigarroa and Stanley Landrum of Boyd Metals; Hank Cotton, Donald “Ox” Hall, Sergio Munoz, Lucas O’Steen and Yoki Yang of National Custom Hollow Metal Doors & Frames; Nicholas Elmore of Maple Leaf Awning & Canvas; Sean Tappe of PC Assistance; and Lisa Thomas and Jeff Utecht of Meadors Adams & Lee.

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

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