Historical entertainment planned for joint celebration of three Southwest Arkansas milestone anniversaries
You have been described as having very little appetite for frivolity. Do you have any guilty pleasures? I run a lot every morning.
That sounds neither guilty nor pleasurable. But I do it so I can indulge in the guilty pleasure of eating birthday cake.
Every day? Most days, with ice cream. Early on, when my wife and I were dating, we went to the grocery store, and I told her that sometimes I just buy birthday cakes, and I eat them. And she said: “Really? I do, too.”
Even if it’s not somebody’s birthday? Yes. She went to the grocery store yesterday and picked up a white birthday cake.
Johnny Key, Department of Education, Commissioner of Education
Tom Chilton, Arkansas Economic Development Commission, Director of Technology Development
Dr. Charisse Childers, Department of Career Education, Director.
Brett Powell, Department of Higher Education, Director.
Daryl Bassett, Department of Workforce Services, Director.
Tim Atkinson, Arkansas Science & Technology Authority, President.
Carl Frank, Arkansas’s Computer Science Teachers Association, President.
Gary Dowdy, Arkansas Academy of Computing, President.
Andy Mayes, Bentonville. IT Solutions teacher, Bentonville High School. President of Arkansas Society for Technology in Education. A High School Computer Science Teacher.
Suzanne Mitchell, Little Rock. Executive Director, Arkansas STEM Coalition. Representative of the Arkansas STEM Coalition.
Rasesh Patel, Little Rock. Director of Product Development, Acxiom. Representative in the field of computer programming.
Dave Wengel, Little Rock. Founder and CEO, iDatafy. At-large member.
John James, Fayetteville. CEO, Acumen Brands. At-large member.
James Hendren, Technology Startup Consultant, Self Employed. Little Rock. At-large member.
David Hopkins, Clarksville. Superintendent, Clarksville School District. At-large member.
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