Jeremy W. Brown
Jeremy W. Brown is regional retail sales and operations manager for Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield. He also owns residential rental properties and is the District 12 Justice of the Peace on the Garland County Quorum Court.
Shawn Wayne Cook was superintendent of the Lakeside School District for 19 years. He was named "Superintendent of the Year" by the Arkansas Association of School Administrators for 2019 and represented the state of Arkansas at the national conference in Los Angeles, California, in the national competition.
Scott Dews began his career in banking in Little Rock as a commercial lender. In 2009, he joined the First Security Bank team in Little Rock, and he served as vice president of commercial lending in both the Little Rock and Saline County markets. In 2014, Dews was chosen to lead First Security's expansion into Hot Springs and Garland County.
Amos Gray, co-founder of High Impact Movement, continues to lead H.I.M's mission and vision, focusing on its after-school program. Gray "believes building or rebuilding a community takes multiple people and organizations. So, assisting others with their vision and mission only brings more health and success to a community."
Hot Springs Police Chief Billy Hrvatin is a native of Hot Springs and a second-generation law enforcement officer. He has served with the Hot Springs Police Department for over 26 years, having entered his career in 1997.
Boyce Mitchell is the PATH coordinator for Ouachita Behavioral Health and Wellness. He chairs the Hot Spring County Homeless Coalition, is a committee member for the planning of the resource center for the homeless, and volunteers for the weekly showers at St. Luke's for the homeless community.
Justin Nicklas, general manager of Gross Funeral Home, is the vice president-elect of Hot Springs National Park Rotary Club where he was awarded the "Steve A Turner Rotarian of the Year" for 2023, and serves as a member of the board of directors and past treasurer of Mid-America Science Museum.
Adam Webb is the executive director of the Garland County Library. He is the only certified public library administrator in Arkansas. His community service includes being president, Advocates for All Arkansas Libraries; chairperson, Arkansas Library Association Intellectual Freedom Committee; board member, Hot Springs School District Foundation; and board member, Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union (2017-2023).