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Baptist Health Names New VP & Chief Medical Officer (Movers & Shakers)

Mackenzie Clyburn has been promoted to vice president of hospital operations at Baptist Health Medical Center-Little Rock, and Dr. David Shenker has been promoted to chief medical officer. read more >
Members of the Natural State Advisory Council, from left to right: Suzanne Grobmyer, chief of staff of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage & Tourism; Mindy West, chief financial officer at Murphy USA Inc. of El Dorado; council Chairman Bryan Sanders; and Tom Walton, co-founder of the Runway Group of Bentonville.
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Council’s Goal: Double Arkansas Tourism Dollars in 10 Years

The Natural State Initiative Advisory Council eyes Petit Jean State Park as an elite climbing destination, Queen Wilhelmina for downhill biking, and Little Rock and Helena-West Helena as recreational corridors. read more >
Stephanie Duffield
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Stephanie Duffield Sworn in to ATU Board of Trustees (Movers & Shakers)

Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders appointed Duffield to her second five-year term on the ATU board. read more >
Angie Cooper
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Angie Cooper Promoted to Executive VP of Heartland Forward (Movers & Shakers)

Cooper will lead the organization’s flagship event, the Heartland Summit, as well as oversee public policy and overall programmatic work. read more >
Bruce Engstrom, a state lottery commissioner and partner in accounting firm EGP PLLC of North Little Rock, says accounting errors by cities and state agencies are caused by a breakdown of oversight and controls.

Losing Track: Accounting Problems Dog Arkansas Cities, Agencies

Accounting problems at cities and state departments range in kind and dollar value, but throughout Arkansas they’ve resulted in lost jobs, big tax bills and strained services. Here's what's at the heart of the problem and what's being done to mitigate losses. read more >