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Arkansas Episode 87 – Dr. Jordan Cooper – Cooper Family Dentistry

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Arkansas Episode 87 - Dr. Jordan Cooper - Cooper Family Dentistry
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Dr. Jordan Cooper / Cooper Family Dentistry

Dr. Jordan Cooper is from Jacksonville, AR. His father is Dr. James Cooper, a Jonesboro, AR native and practicing dentist of 39 years and his mother, Tracy Cooper, is a dental hygienist from Little Rock. Dr. Cooper graduated high school from Central Arkansas Christian, after which he entered at the University of Arkansas as a Chancellor’s Scholar in 1998.

Arkansas Episode 76 – Travis Hester – President of Eat My Catfish

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Arkansas Episode 76 - Travis Hester - President of Eat My Catfish
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Travis Hester / Eat My Catfish

Travis Hester is the President of Eat My Catfish. A 2006 graduate of Northwood University, Travis obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Banking, Finance, and Management. He returned to Central Arkansas where his love of cooking became the driving force behind opening his first Eat My Catfish location in Benton. read more…

Arkansas Episode 75 – Jim Karrh – Founder of Managing the Message

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Arkansas Episode 75 - Jim Karrh - Founder of Managing the Message
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Jim Karrh / Managing the Message

Jim Karrh, Ph.D. guides business professionals, teams, and entire organizations to stand out through better messaging — which in turn produces better customer relationships, stronger brands, and more growth opportunities. read more…

Arkansas Episode 74 – Chris Wright – Founder of Citadel Systems

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Arkansas Episode 74 - Chris Wright - Founder of Citadel Systems
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Chris Wright / Citadel Systems

Chris Wright is the Founder and Manager of Citadel Systems. He has over 20 years in military, government, and financial technology. His experience includes vulnerability management, security program development, penetration testing, and process automation and efficiency. read more…

Arkansas Episode 73 – Keith Jetton – Owner of RazorCity IT

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Arkansas Episode 73 - Keith Jetton - Owner of RazorCity IT
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Keith Jetton / RazorCity IT

Keith Jetton finished his time in the Air Force and asked the question, “What’s next?” Next, was technology! So Keith, armed with a vision of what could be, set out on the adventure of a lifetime. RazorCity IT is the culmination of that adventure. read more…

Arkansas Episode 72 – Drew Spurgers – Owner of Kangabloo Creative

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Arkansas Episode 72 - Drew Spurgers - Owner of Kangabloo Creative
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Drew Spurgers / Kangabloo Creative

Drew Spurgers is an entrepreneur with a passion for marketing and management. He leads Kangabloo Creative, as well as SHADE Sunless Spa. Drew has a degree in marketing from UCA, as well as an MBA. Kangabloo serves medium sized businesses and organizations through creative video, design, and promotion. read more…

Arkansas Episode 71 – Jeff Kemp – Retired NFL Quarterback

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Arkansas Episode 71 - Jeff Kemp - Retired NFL Quarterback
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Jeff Kemp / Retired NFL Quarterback

Jeff Kemp played college ball at Dartmouth, and after being undrafted out of college, had the confidence, tenacity and talent to make it in the NFL anyway. At the start of his career Jeff played for the LA Rams, leading them in touchdown passes and a playoff berth in 1984. He also played for the SF 49ers during the Joe Montana years read more…

Arkansas Episode 70 – Jeff Kemp – Retired NFL Quarterback

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Arkansas Episode 70 - Jeff Kemp - Retired NFL Quarterback
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Jeff Kemp / Retired NFL Quarterback

Jeff Kemp played college ball at Dartmouth, and after being undrafted out of college, had the confidence, tenacity and talent to make it in the NFL anyway. At the start of his career Jeff played for the LA Rams, leading them in touchdown passes and a playoff berth in 1984. He also played for the SF 49ers during the Joe Montana years read more…

Arkansas Episode 69 – Kevin Williams – Retired NFL Defensive Lineman

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Arkansas Episode 69 - Kevin Williams - Retired NFL Defensive Lineman
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Kevin Williams / Retired NFL Defensive Lineman

Kevin grew up in Fordyce, Arkansas, and then attended Oklahoma State University where he earned his General Studies degree. He helped the Cowboys improve from 3-8 to 8-5 by his senior season in 2002. After an outstanding performance during the Senior Bowl, Kevin went from a marginal first round choice to being selected by the Minnesota Vikings as the 9th overall pick for the 2003 NFL Draft. read more…

Arkansas Episode 68 – Dr. Michael Hargis & Dr. Jeff Standridge – University of Central Arkansas

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Arkansas Episode 68 - Dr. Michael Hargis & Dr. Jeff Standridge - University of Central Arkansas
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Dr. Michael Hargis / University of Central Arkansas

Dr. Hargis teaches courses in Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Organizational Development and Change. His research focuses on the context- and person-based factors that influence functional (e.g., innovation, task persistence, goal setting) and dysfunctional (e.g., unethical decision-making) behavior in organizations. read more…

Arkansas Episode 67 – Gina and Wade Radke – CEO & COO of Galley Support Innovations

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Arkansas Episode 67 - Gina and Wade Radke - CEO & COO of Galley Support Innovations
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Gina & Wade Radke / Galley Support Innovations

Gina and Wade Radke are the definition of the team power couple. Together they have turned a failing business into an international aerospace powerhouse. In 2005 The Radke’s purchased the product line of a struggling aerospace interior hardware business and moved it from California to Arkansas. read more…