Mollie Mae Henager of Little Rock, Arkansas earned her Master of Public Service in 2018 from the Clinton School of Public Service. In 2016, Mollie Mae graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Spanish, and she was awarded the President’s Medallion for outstanding student in the College of Health and Behavioral Sciences. Mollie Mae returns to UCA as the newest Director of Development and Foundation Relations for the College of Education after several years in the international nonprofit sector. Most recently, she worked in development with Arkansas United, an immigrant rights advocacy organization. Prior to that role, Mollie Mae lived in the Sacred Valley of Peru where she worked with Awamaki, a women’s empowerment social enterprise. In 2017, Mollie Mae was recognized as a McLarty Scholar and was afforded the opportunity to work with Vital Voices in Washington, D.C. Mollie Mae and her fiancé, Pablo, will wed next year and live in Little Rock, Arkansas with their two cats.
Scholarship Year: 2017
- Director of Impact and Evaluation at Awamaki
- President’s Medallion Awardee, College of Health and Behavior Sciences, University of Central Arkansas. 2016