Past Clients & Testimonials

What People Say

Past Clients

Entergy Arkansas

ACLU Board of Directors

Baptist Health

St. Vincent Health System

Leadership Pine Bluff

Greater Bentonville Area Chamber of Commerce

President William J. Clinton Presidential Library

Arkansas Children’s Hospital

Food Bank of Contra Costa & Solano

University of Arkansas-Little Rock Public Radio

University of Central
Arkansas

Philander Smith College

Arkansas Community Foundation

Centennial Bank

Arkansas Police Corps Program

Arkansas Immigrant Defense/
Justice
Collective

Susan G. Komen Foundation

UA Little Rock Department of Criminal Justice

Little Rock Fire Recruits

CareLink Providers

City of Pine Bluff Vision Team

UA Little Rock Bowen School of Law

Little Rock Water Reclamation Authority

Central
Arkansas
Water

Laman Library

Little Rock Police Recruits

Arkansas Human Development Corporation

Little Rock School District

Clinton School of Public Service

Mosaic Templar’s Cultural Center

Arkansas Tech University

“Just Communities offers the change we need; it offers people the language, the mental and emotional tools necessary to help people identify, disarm and transform racism and other manifestations of oppression. JCA helps equitably distribute life chances because it makes our communities less susceptible to the fear-mongering, xenophobia, and racism that dull politicians rely upon for their election; and, the effect goes rippling because each person who invests in JCA training will then carry those tools into their families and workplaces.

STEPHEN COGER,
DIRECTOR,
ARKANSAS IMMIGRANT DEFENSE/ARKANSAS JUSTICE COLLECTIVE

“Thank you SO much for such a powerful, well done, and thought-provoking presentation. I was literally hanging onto every word and eagerly anticipating what came next! I’m so looking forward to sharing this out widely, can’t wait for the next one.”

MARY ANN BUGS,
ADVOCACY AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR,
FOOD BANK OF CONTRA COSTA & SOLANO

“I am circling back to offer gratitude for your life’s work, in general, and for your presentation to UCA Conway’s Conversation, in particular. My consistent cry to God is to raise up individuals who can and will be a light in darkness and move our nation forward in doing justice, loving mercy, and walking humbly. For certain, you are answering the call. Many thanks, for being a beacon in Arkansas!”

ANGELA WEBSTER, PHD.,
ASSOCIATE VP FOR INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION,
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF LEADERSHIP STUDIES,
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS

“Entergy Arkansas’ experience with JCA has been through their outstanding knowledge and experience in preparing and delivering training to all our team members about how the power of a diverse group of people, and their ideas, strengthen any organization and better prepare it, and themselves, for the future.”

Hugh McDonald,
retired President
Entergy Arkansas

“I’ve taken part in so many of these types of exercises that it is hard for any to break through as an extraordinary experience, but this one did. The level of openness of the participants coupled with the facilitation of the leaders led to a genuine exchange of ideas, hopes, and fears…The retreat activities led to serious reflection and growth for me personally.”

Marc R. Peters
Masters of Public Service 2012
Clinton School of Public Service

“Through the JCA training, all 280 employees of Central Arkansas Water better understand our commonalities and our differences. We have become closer as an organization and better appreciate the gifts that each of us brings to the task of providing clean water to our community. Overwhelmingly, our employees said this was the best training they’d ever had.”

Graham Rich,
former CEO
Central Arkansas Water

“I was a participant at the recent program and want to thank JCA for an excellent experience. I provide education seminars on UCA’s campus for Harassment, Diversity, leadership. etc. and I am always attending seminars to expand my presentation skills, grow, and challenge my mind. You answered in every category this past Friday. I was inspired, challenged, and stretched, and I loved observing your facilitation style. Thank you for doing the work you do and for making a difference (as I know you do) in the state of Arkansas. You are making us all better!!”

CHARLOTTE STRICKLAND, 
DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING
UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS

“OurTown had a very positive impact on my life, both business and social. I had a much deeper appreciation of race, gender, and religion that was different from mine, plus I made new friends at the retreat. As a result, I have changed my perception and interaction with others.”

Bob Birch,
retired President, and CEO
Centennial Bank, North Little Rock

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