Wright Lindsey Jennings (WLJ)

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Kirby Miraglia

by 9/13/2021 06:05 am

Kirby Miraglia devotes a significant part of her practice at Wright Lindsey Jennings to serving as counsel to a number of county and municipal governments on a variety of municipal law and finance issues.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Sylvia Blain

by 7/12/2021 06:25 am

A graduate of UA Little Rock, Sylvia Blain has led the charge in the fight against hunger as the executive director of Potluck Food Rescue since 2017.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Kerri Elder

by 5/17/2021 05:45 am

Kerri Elder is an accomplished entrepreneur and film producer who has significantly contributed to Arkansas' economic development.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Mildred Franco

by 3/16/2021 12:00 am

Mildred Franco joined Go Forward Pine Bluff in the fall of 2017 to lead the effort to design and build an innovation hub as a driver for economic development.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Erika Gee

by 2/8/2021 12:00 am

Erika Gee is a member of the Government Relations practice group and the leader of the cannabis and industrial hemp team.

SPONSORED: The Consolidated Appropriations Act – What You Should Know

by 1/25/2021 12:00 am

What should you know about the $2.3 trillion spending bill that is 5,593 pages in length? There is a lot to know, but here are a few highlights.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Karen Garrett

by 12/15/2020 12:00 am

Karen Garrett is the managing partner of Hudson Cisne & Co. LLP and has been in public accounting for 27 years.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Chauncey Holloman Pettis

by 10/26/2020 12:00 am

Chauncey Holloman Pettis is the director of the Arkansas Women's Business Center (AWBC), which inspires women- owned startups to chase their dreams of entrepreneurship.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Lorrie Trogden

by 9/15/2020 12:00 am

Lorrie Trogden was named president and CEO of the Arkansas Bankers Association in October 2018. She is the first woman to fill the role for the organization, which was established in 1891.

SPONSORED: Woman-Run by Wright Lindsey Jennings Presents Rachel Bunch

by 8/3/2020 12:00 am

As director of the Arkansas Health Care Association (AHCA), Rachel Bunch advocates on behalf of long-term care providers.