Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas Welcomes 4 New Board Members Eager To Make A BIG Impact
Updated: May 3
BBBSCA welcomes four new board members who will each help support our work to ignite the potential of Central Arkansas youth. "We’re excited to expand our board with four new members who will bring diverse expertise and insight to our work,” said BBBSCA CEO Raymond Omar Long.
AVP, Commercial Loan Officer, Citizens Bank
"I look forward to being a part of the driving force of this organization which has such a significant impact on our Central Arkansas community. The future and well-being of our communities lie in the hands of our youth and young adults. Not only does this program give back by filling absentee guardian roles of our youth, but the roles we play in their lives can forge a number of positive character traits to mold future leaders of our communities, businesses and governments."
Vice President of Claims and FEP,
Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield
"I’m excited to have the opportunity to serve on the Big Brothers Big Sisters Board to be an advocate for the youth of Pulaski County. The youth face a multitude of challenges that life creates and I want to assist in monitoring and providing BIGS that match the youth for a safety and longevity."
Director of Marketing, Baptist Health
"I believe mentoring the children of central Arkansas is essential for our state to continue to thrive in the future. I am eager to make a difference on the BBBSCA board by helping the organization with its strategic marketing decisions and aligning business resources to the complex and growing needs of the organization."
Chief Operations Officer, Girl Scouts - Diamonds of AR, OK, & TX
"Our young people are facing a number of challenges in today’s world. The help and support of a trusted mentor can help them navigate the tough road ahead. My desire is to give back to the community that so richly gave to me."
To learn more about BBBSCA, visit bbbsca.org