Attorney Kael K. Bowling is a recent graduate of Leadership Fayetteville, an annual program of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce created to further expand its graduates’ involvement in the community. The program is designed to serve as the beginning of a long-term relationship with various aspects of Fayetteville, allowing class participants to learn about numerous segments of the community during the 10-month program.
The goal of the program is to produce a continued stream of concerned, motivated, and educated individuals of diverse talents and interests eager to pursue and assume leadership roles and volunteer opportunities within the Fayetteville community.
“We had a fantastic Leadership Fayetteville year,” said Jennifer Irwin, Director of Leadership for the Fayetteville Chamber. “This was the one of the largest classes we have had to date and everyone in the class brought a unique perspective to all that we saw learned and experienced over the past ten months. They spent a lot of time volunteering in Fayetteville and the Northwest Arkansas community at organizations such as Potter’s House, Asbell Elementary, the Ronald McDonald House and Children’s Safety Center just to name a few.”
Kael, who is part of the Leadership Fayetteville Class of XXXII, is an associate at Friday, Eldredge & Clark in the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Regulatory Practice Group. He focuses his practice on business litigation, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, judgment collection, and real estate and construction litigation.