Earnestine Hatley, of Arkadelphia, has been named executive director of Clark County Community Foundation, an affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation that supports countywide nonprofit organizations through funding, networking and capacity building opportunities.
“Earnestine has a strong desire to work with others in her community to make a positive impact,” said Heather Larkin, president and CEO of Arkansas Community Foundation. “The Clark County affiliate office has a long history of strong leadership and I’m thrilled to continue that tradition. Earnestine is a wonderful asset for the affiliate office and the community.”
Born in Beirne, Arkansas to Andy and Christine Hatley, Earnestine is the seventh child of 12 children. She served 23 years active duty in the military. During her service her three biggest achievements were serving the country as a soldier and a civilian, receiving the Bronze Star Medal for service during Operation Iraqi Freedom, serving in Kuwait and Iraq and receiving the Superior Civilian Service Award. She has been fortunate through her military and civilian service to have lived and traveled extensively around the world and recommends travel to all.
Earnestine loves interacting with people and is very passionate about her community.
Clark County Community Foundation was established in 2002 and is governed by a local board of directors. For more information about the Foundation’s work in Clark County, including information about local grants and how to apply, visit www.arcf.org/clarkcounty or call 870-290-3162.
Earnestine should do a great job for the community.