Board of Directors


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The Arkansas Urban Forestry Council is governed by a 14-member Board of Directors (13 elected directors, plus one ex officio appointed by the state forester) made up of volunteers who share a love of trees, a commitment to urban forestry and a spirit of dedicated advocacy. The Board of Directors is responsible for developing and implementing the mission, goals, objectives, projects and actions for the Council. The current Board of Directors includes:

Anthony Whittington, President
Term expires 2022
City of Hot Springs
Hot Springs

John K. Baker, Treasurer
Term expires 2021
Little Rock

Krista Quinn, Secretary
Term expires 2022
University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture
Little Rock

Jeremy Williams, Vice President
Term expires 2022
Tree Climbers LLC
Fayetteville

Allen Bates
Term expires 2022
City of Hot Springs
Hot Springs

John Scott
Term expires 2021
City of Fayetteville
Fayetteville

Jacob Gould
Term expires 2021
West River Valley RSWMD
Clarksville

Colbie Jones
Term expires 2023
Mangan Holcomb Partners
Little Rock

Stephanie Lopez
Term expires 2022
Keller Williams Realty
Little Rock

Mark Simpson
Term expires 2022
Clarksville

Katie Teague
Term expires 2021
UofA Cooperative Extension Service
Fayetteville

Julie Treat
Term expires 2021
UofA Cooperative Extension Service
Little Rock

Lisa Tribble
Term Expires 2023
Vermeer MidSouth
Mablevale

Ex Officio:
Kristine Thomason
Urban & Community Forestry Coordinator
Arkansas Department of Agriculture-Forestry Division

If you want to be nominated to serve on the AUFC Board of Directors or if you want to make a nomination, click here.¬† For more¬†information, contact AUFC at [email protected]. To be considered for nomination to serve on the board, you must be a resident of Arkansas and a dues-paying AUFC member. Members of the Board of Directors serve a three-year term and are expected to attend quarterly meetings and participate in AUFC-sponsored events.

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