Family Economic Security and Community DevelopmentAlpha Kappa Alpha Southeast Region Day at the Capitol – March 2015. Panel member. Mississippi Delta Grassroots Caucus - May 2012, October 2013, October 2014. Panel member and moderator. Building ASSETS for Families Leadership Roundtable – 2012. Panel member.Delta Regional Authority Policy Conference – 2011. Panel member.
Heir Property Retention
TEDx MarkhamSt – July 2015 “The Most Important Question for Promoting Social Change”
Pyramid Books - July 2014 “Did You Know” session.
Arkansas Land and Farm Development Corporation – January 2014 Winter Farming Conference.
The Giving Net – December 2013 radio interview.
Introduction to Nonprofit Professional Studies, University of Arkansas at Little Rock – 2010, 2011, 2012. Guest speaker.
Southeast Regional Society for Developmental Biology Meeting – 2008. Presenter.
Gradate Career Symposium, Emory University – 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005. Served as panel member and keynote speaker.
No Testing Zone - February 2013. Shorter College Honors Convocation. North Little Rock, Arkansas.
How to Reach the Masses - October 2012. Lay Ministry morning message at Reed Memorial CME Church, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Walk in the Light - May 2011. Missionary Sunday morning message at St. Andrew AME Church, Little Rock, Arkansas.
A charge to keep I have - February 2011. Founders Day morning message at St. Andrew AME Church, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Think Globally, Act Locally, Pray Ceaselessly - March 2009. Missionary Sunday morning message at Bethel AME Church, North Little Rock, Arkansas.
Finding Freedom through Faith - September 2005. Women’s Day morning message at Summerhill AME Church, Rome, Georgia.
StoryCorps interview with Janet M. Cobb September 2, 2009. Archived at the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress (DDA000727), and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture.
StoryCorps interview with Olly Neal September 4, 2009. Archived at the Butler Center for Arkansas Studies, the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress (DDA000735), and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History & Culture. Excerpt aired on NPRs Morning Edition, October 2, 2009.