Barnes selected to serve on the Ozarka College Foundation
Published on March 25, 2019
The Ozarka College Foundation has selected Ethan J. Barnes of Sharp County to serve on the foundation board of directors. Board members serve a five-year term and work collectively to support the mission of Ozarka College to provide life-changing experiences to individuals through education. The Ozarka College Foundation Board encourages participation and volunteerism in a variety of ways. In addition, foundation members serve in a public relations capacity to represent Ozarka College in their individual communities.
Ethan J. Barnes currently serves as a Commercial Loan Officer (NMLS#1705016) for Centennial Bank in Highland, AR and resides in Cherokee Village. Ethan is the President of the Spring River Area Chamber of Commerce, an active volunteer for various community organizations, and is the President-Elect of the Quad-Cities Rotary Club of Sharp County. "I am excited to work with Ethan in the months and years ahead as we spread the good news about Ozarka College. He brings enthusiasm and passion for our area and the opportunities that higher education has to offer, " according to Suellen Davidson, Director of Advancement at Ozarka College.
The Ozarka College Foundation, organized in October of 1991, is a not-for-profit tax-exempt charitable foundation with all endeavors focused on expanding educational opportunities for and service to the College's students and community. For more information about the Ozarka College Foundation, please contact Suellen Davidson, Ozarka College Director of Advancement, at 870-368-2059 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org
*Photo caption: Ethan Barnes, the newest member selected to serve on the Ozarka College Foundation Board.