Meet Arkansas Fashion School Advisory Board

Frances G. Lopata, BS, MS, Life Teaching Certification Missouri

Lopata is a retired Chemical Physicist who used to work in the ammunition industry. Her work gained her the title of inventor on seven patents. In addition to her work as a Chemical Physicist, Lopata also taught high school. 

Janet Davis Tate, BA

Janet Davis Tate, BA

Tate is currently a Communication Specialist for the Arkansas Senate with former experience teaching in the Little Rock School District and working as the Senior Sales Manager for Peabody Hotel Group/Hilton. Outside of work Tate is active in many community service organizations. 

Jessica Virden Mallett, BA, JD with Highest Honors

Tate is a Managing Partner for the Peter Miller Law Firm, does pro bono work for the Centers of Arkansas Legal Services, and is licensed to practice in all Arkansas State Courts, U.S. District Courts in Arkansas, and the 8th U.S. Court of Appeals. 

Johnathan Gaiters, BBA

Gaiters is the creator and CEO of the Arkansas Fashion Council. In addition to his work as CEO, he also models.

Justice Annabelle Imber Tuck, JD

Justice Annabelle Imber Tuck, JD

Retired Arkansas Supreme Court Judge.  Serves on the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement’s Advisory Board, Pulaski County Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee, and the Jewish Federation of Arkansas Board. Serves as a Public Service Fellow/Jurist-in-Residence at William Bowen School of Law. Is on the Judges and Lawyers Program Foundation Board.

Retired Arkansas Supreme Court Judge.  Serves on the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement’s Advisory Board, Pulaski County Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee, and the Jewish Federation of Arkansas Board. Serves as a Public Service Fellow/Jurist-in-Residence at William Bowen School of Law. Is on the Judges and Lawyers Program Foundation Board.

Trudie Kibbe Reed, BA, MSSW, MA, Ed. D

Is a past President of  Bethune-Cookman University and of Philander Smith College. Developed and implemented educational programs for eight national agencies and higher educational institutions. Broke 127 years of fundraising records during her tenure as President at Philander Smith College. Is nationally acclaimed as a fundraiser, educator, administrator, visionary, public speaker, and student-centered leader.

Sybil Jordan Hampton, BA, MS, Ed.M., Ed.D.

Served as president of the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation. Consults with foundations, nonprofits, colleges and university's. Participated in the Georgetown Foundation for Educational Excellence, Madison Committee for the Arts, Earlham College Board of Trustees, Council for Advancement and Support of Education, and the Eastern Association of College Deans ans Advisors of Students. Appointed in 2014 to a five year term on the Arkansas Ethics Commission.

Michael K. Moore, BS, MS, PhD

Provided leadership to online programs. Currently the Vice President for academic affairs for the University of Arkansas System. Is chief academic and operating officer for eVersity. Is responsible for building the University of Arkansas System eVersity with focus on innovative teaching strategies that provide a learner-centered support that works to eliminate barriers to success. 

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     3625 Kavanaugh Boulevard 

     Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

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