White selected to 14th Leadership Arkansas class
One of Garver’s leading aviation engineers will have a chance to collaborate with other difference-makers from across the state while participating in Leadership Arkansas, put on by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Industries of Arkansas.
Senior Aviation Project Manager Adam White, based in Garver’s Fayetteville, Arkansas, office was selected to join the 14th class of the program designed to develop a diverse network of committed leaders from a variety of industries through the examination of the economic and political challenges facing the state.
“As engineers, we work every day to improve our communities with our designs for improved infrastructure,” White said. “But being involved in this great program will provide all of its members an even deeper understanding of what Arkansans need to continue the state’s positive momentum.”
As part of the Leadership Arkansas class, White will take courses and attend sessions on various subjects critical to the state’s continued development, including agriculture, economic development, education, government, infrastructure, military, natural resources, tourism, and more.
An Arkansas native and graduate of the University of Arkansas, White leads Garver’s Fayetteville-based Aviation Design Center, which contributes to designs for improved runways and taxiways at airports across the state. He recently led a successful runway rehabilitation at Rogers Executive Airport, he’s active in GarverGives, the company’s corporate-giving arm, and Garver Launch, its annual intern program.
White joins several other Garver employees who have participated in the program, including Director of Transportation Jerry Holder, Corporate Communications Leader Laura Nick, Transportation Team Leader Ron Petrie, Director of AssetMax Keith Tencleve, and Bridge Team Leader Lawren Wilcox.
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