Stephen Broughton, M.D. of Pine Bluff is a staff psychiatrist for the Southeast Arkansas Behavioral Health System. Broughton earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and completed his medical education at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. His term expires in 2022.
C.C. “Cliff” Gibson III of Monticello is founder of Gibson and Keith Law Firm and serves as county attorney for Drew County, Arkansas. The former president of the Monticello Economic Development Commission, Gibson attended the University of Arkansas at Monticello and earned his Juris Doctorate degree at the UALR Bowen School of Law. His term expires in 2023.
Tommy Boyer, of Fayetteville, graduated from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 1964, where he was also an All-American basketball player. He retired from the Eastman Kodak Company in 1989, and founded Micro Images in Amarillo, Texas. Within two years, Micro Images had become the largest Kodak document imaging systems broker and reseller in the United States. Boyer was inducted into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame in 2013 and the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2000. His term expires in 2027.
Morril Harriman of Little Rock is an attorney with the Mitchell Williams law firm. He served as Governor Mike Beebe’s chief of staff from 2007 to 2015. Prior to that, Harriman served 16 years in the Arkansas Senate. He earned both his bachelor and law degrees from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. His term expires in 2024.
Kelly Eichler of Little Rock is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. A former policy director for Gov. Asa Hutchinson, she earned a Juris Doctorate from the UALR Bowen School of Law and formerly served as a Pulaski County Deputy Prosecutor, private practice partner and Special Judge in Circuit and Juvenile Courts. Her term expires in 2026.
John Goodson of Texarkana is a law partner at Keil & Goodson, P.A. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1987 and law degree in 1989 from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. His term expires in 2021.
Sheffield Nelson of Little Rock is a senior partner at Jack Nelson and Jones. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Arkansas School of Law and is a graduate of the Arkansas State Teachers College. Nelson is the former chairman, president and CEO of Arkla, and won the Republican nomination for Arkansas Governor in 1990 and 1994. His term expires in 2025.
Steve Cox, of Jonesboro, graduated from the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville in 1982 after having earned All-Southwest Conference and All-American honors during his football career as a punter/kicker, also having played in the NFL for the Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins. He rose through the ranks of banking before becoming a managing partner at Rainwater and Cox LLC, which oversees ownership and management of an array of commercial, hotel and agricultural properties. His term expires in 2028.
Edward (Ed) Fryar, Jr., Ph.D., of Rogers, is a graduate and former professor at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, having earned degrees in economics and agricultural economics. As a professor of agricultural economics at the UA for more than 13 years, he published more than 50 professional articles to go along with his 40-plus years of experience. He co-founded Ozark Mountain Poultry in Rogers in 2000, which grew from 15 employees to more than 1,800 before selling it in 2018. He was inducted into the Arkansas Agriculture Hall of Fame in 2019. His term expires in 2029.
Ted Dickey is a general partner at CapRocq Core real estate fund and an advisor to Innovate Arkansas, a technology entrepreneurship initiative. Dickey previously spent six years in Corporate Finance at Stephens Inc. He earned his bachelor’s degree and was elected Phi Beta Kappa the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, before earning his Juris Doctorate at the UA School of Law. He served on the U of A Technology Park Board and was appointed to the Arkansas Ethics Commission. His term expires in 2030.