“This year’s recipients are yet among the most unique class we’ve recognized,” said Irby. “They range from political to corporate and from municipal to religion. Each of our 2022 Legend Among Us recipients are leading the way to paths that reveal diversity and opportunity. Each recipient has experiences that have broken barriers the once prevented promises of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness for all. They have in many cases sacrificed their own livelihoods to create a better space for everyone. What they have achieved at this point in history will forever remain a legacy,” expressed Irby.
Frank Scott, Jr., Mayor, City of Little Rock
The Honorable Frank Scott, Jr. is the first Black American mayor of the City of Little Rock, Arkansas. For more information about Frank Scott, Jr., click here: Bio of Mayor Frank Scott Jr.
George B. McGill, Mayor, Fort Smith, Arkansas
The Honorable George B. McGill is the first Black American elected as mayor of Fort Smith, Arkansas. For more information about George B. McGill, click here: Mayor George McGill Bio.
R.J. Hampton, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist
R. J. Hampton was the first Black American to run for Governor of the State of Arkansas. For more information about R.J. Hampton, click here: R J Hampton Bio.
Shirley M. Washington, Mayor, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
The Honorable Shirley M. Washington is the mayor of the City of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. For more information about the Honorable Shirley M. Washington, click here: Shirley Washington Bio.
Stephanie Flowers, Arkansas State Senator, District 25, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
Stephanie Flowers is the Arkansas State Senator for District 25 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. For more information about Senator Stephanie Flowers, click here: Stephanie Flowers Bio.
Trayce Parker, President of UPS’s U.S. Eastern Region
Trayce Parker is the Present of the United Parcel Services’ U.S. Eastern Region. For more information about Trayce Parker, click here: Trayce Parker Bio.