Khayyman M. Eddings has been selected to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Arkansas Arts Center through 2024. Khay follows the firm’s former Managing Partner Shep Russell who previously served as President on the AAC Board of Trustees.
Khay is looking forward to being a part of the AAC’s new museum which will open in 2022.
“I’m excited to be part of helping steer programing at the Arkansas Arts Center that will appeal to those pockets of our community that have previously been underrepresented or haven’t found a reason to delight in the rich experiences that the AAC provides until now. With the new building comes a reimagined vision and exciting changes. From classes, art shows and performances, we are looking forward to being able to offer something for everyone.”
Khay, a partner in the firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group, is also on the Board of Directors for Arkansas Commitment and previously served on the board of Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families and the Board of Trustees for Arkansas Schools for the Deaf and Blind. He is an alumni of the Class XXIV Little Rock Chamber of Commerce Leadership Greater Little Rock and a part of the Little Rock School District Volunteers in Public Schools.