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Games’ previous work experience includes nine years with Entergy Arkansas, where he was project manager of business development in the company's Teamwork Arkansas section. He has also worked for two countywide economic development corporations, in Mississippi and Alabama, and was a legislative aide for former Mississippi Rep. Mike Parker in Washington, D.C., for three and a half years, with duties in transportation and public works.
"It was working for the congressman that I was first exposed to a professional career in economic development," Games said. "I love being on the ground, doing grunt work. Work should matter. I like making communities better."
Games, who holds a master’s degree in economic development from the University of Southern Mississippi, is a former president of the Arkansas Economic Developers Association.
He serves on the boards of the Arkansas Rice Depot, White County United Way and the Searcy Regional Chamber of Commerce.