Denise Jones Ennett
Denise Jones Ennett is a devoted wife and mother to three, passionate parent advocate, and a native of Little Rock. She serves on the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame, Mosaic Templars Advisory Board, Arts and Cultural Commissioner for the City of Little Rock. She also serves as a member of the League of Women Voter, American Association of University Women, and V.I.P.S Board of Directors. She is a fervid supporter of the preservation efforts of the Quapaw Quarters Association and Preserve Arkansas. She holds a Master of Arts, from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The Ennett’s live in the Kleinschidmt House, Pettaway neighborhood.
John O. Hedrick
Vice President

Upon retiring from a nearly fifty year career in transportation in 2015, John and his wife, Patti, settled in downtown Little Rock. Although they had no ties to Little Rock, they were impressed with Little Rock’s attractions, museums, events, and restaurants particularly in the downtown neighborhood. They wanted to be where they could walk to amenities, have transit available, and be active. John was also attracted by the region’s bicycle trails, and their dog Ridge loves the MacArthur Park Dog Park as well as walking around the neighborhood. Downtown Little Rock fit the bill.

John is a board member of the Firehouse Hostel and Museum. He is a regular participant in the Mac Park Group and transportation groups. John grew up in Pennsylvania. He holds a bachelors degree from New York University and a masters from the University of Georgia.

Kathy Wells
Long-time community advocate.