Little Rock Alumna, Faculty Recognized at Arkansas SHRM Event

| November 16, 2012
Webster University Little Rock Human Resources Management

Gentry ’06 was recognized for her service and for teaching other HR professionals.

Webster University alumna Julie Gentry (MA ’06), PHR, earned the Impact Award during the Central Arkansas Human Resources Association (CAHRA) 60th Anniversary Luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012.

During the same celebration, two Webster University professors were recognized for their previous roles as president of CAHRA. Lin Little, SPHR, served as president in 1994 and 1995. Kathleen McComber, SPHR, served as president in 1985.

CAHRA is an Arkansas affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management.

During the luncheon, Gentry was recognized for having served in nearly every capacity on the executive board of CAHRA and on as many committees. She was cited for teaching human resources certification courses for rising human resources professionals, and for always being available to assist the organization.

“My Webster education helped to make this possible,” she said after the luncheon. Gentry is Human Resources Recruiter at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, Ark.

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