Arkansas Treasurer of State
Dennis Milligan was elected to the Office of Treasurer of State in 2014 and reelected in 2018. As Treasurer, he serves as the State’s banker and is responsible for an investment portfolio of approximately $5 billion. Treasurer Milligan also oversees the Arkansas 529 Education Savings Plan and the Arkansas ABLE Plan.
Secretary Arkansas Department of Education
Commissioner of Elementary & Secondary Education
Johnny Key was appointed the Commissioner of the Arkansas Department of Education by Governor Asa Hutchinson in March 2015. Prior to serving as commissioner, he served in the Arkansas State Senate from 2009 – 2014.
Arkansas Securities Department Interim Commissioner
Campbell McLaurin became the 18th Commissioner of the Arkansas Securities Department on March 23, 2022, when he was appointed to that position in an interim capacity by Governor Asa Hutchinson. McLaurin is an 11-year veteran of the agency.
Arkansas State Bank Department Commissioner
Susannah was appointed the 22nd Commissioner of the State Bank Department in October 2020. She began her career in the Arkansas State Bank Department in 1995, having held various positions until her appointment.
Designee for Arkansas Bankers Asssociation
Community Banker, Simmons Bank
Duncan joined Simmons Bank in 2017 after graduating from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. He serves commercial customers throughout southeast and central Arkansas.
Alcoa Community Federal Credit Union
President and CEO
Steve has served as CEO of Alcoa since January 2014. His background includes 15 years as an executive at Acxiom Corporation and more than 10 years in the commercial banking industry.
Founder and CEO
In 2009, Patricia founded Delta Circles, a non-profit organization based in Helena. Delta Circles’ mission is to support families to end poverty and challenge the way that Black women think about themselves, their finances, and their businesses. Patricia is also a recent graduate of the Clinton School of Public Service.
Proper Southern Strategies
President and CEO
Abby is a consultant in the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors. She currently serves as a senior director for the Asset Funders Network where she directs the Arkansas Asset Funders Network, offering thought-leadership and assistance in engaging southern funders. Abby previously served as the national senior director of philanthropy at Goodwill Industries International, Inc.
Marsha serves as Associate Director at Economics Arkansas, a non-profit education organization serving pre-K through 12th grade educators in the state. She has more than 20 years of teaching experience which she uses to create and deliver professional development opportunities across the state in the areas of economics and financial literacy.