Charlotte Jones Anderson has helped her father, Jerry Jones, make the NFL's Dallas Cowboys into one of the biggest teams in the world.
It is our pleasure and privilege to present you with the 2017 Class of Women to Watch, 28 local women who are making a big impact in business, philanthropy and our community.
As Riverfest celebrates its 40th year, we meet the women (and man) responsible for making it the major musical event it is today.
Adrienne Baker is an attorney for Wright Lindsey Jennings and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Red Cross Arkansas. Not only is she one of the youngest board chairs ever, she is also the first female chair in many years.
Bailey Faulkner, director of Ozark Mission Project, on how the youngest people in the community can have an invaluable impact on the oldest.
Arkansas ranks higher than the American national average for mental health problems in both youth and adult statistics. But why are so many people, both at home and around the world, not getting the help they need?
With her signature short brown cut and magnetic personality, it’s easy to recognize the 2001 Miss Arkansas winner and current pageant executive director Jessie Ward Bennett. Under her leadership, 2017 will mark the beginning of a new era for the 80-year-old competition.