Mr. Hogue has devoted several years of his law practice to representing parents, and then the children, involved in child abuse cases. Based on this he has enjoyed advising the CASA Board and helping train volunteer advocates over the years. Shortly after moving into the Faulkner County Civil Attorney office, he joined the CAA Board where he serves presently.
David is a husband and a father of two boys, residing between Conway and Enola in Faulkner County.
Natalie Hall Evans
Natalie Hall Evans was born and raised in Faulkner County and graduated from Conway High School. After attending UCA for three years, she earned her bachelor’s degree in Information Technology Management from Christian Brothers University. Natalie has been with Acxiom for 18 years and is currently a Directory of Information Technology. In addition to volunteering for the Friends of CAA for the last 5 years, Natalie is serving her third year on the Board of Directors. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, is an avid football fan and enjoys spending quality time with family, especially her three grandchildren. She resides in Conway with her husband, Frank.
Jennifer Morehead is a nonprofit veteran with experience in development, marketing, communications and public relations, and currently works at Hendrix College as director of annual giving. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Arkansas in psychology with an emphasis in gender studies and is completing her master’s degree in college student counseling and personnel services from Arkansas State University.In addition to serving on the board of directors for the Children’s Advocacy alliance, Jennifer serves on the board of directors for the Conway Public School Foundation, volunteers with Out of the Ashes Pit Bull Rescue, and is a member of the Conway Morning Rotary Club. A northeast Arkansas native from Pocahontas, Jennifer relocated to Conway 15 years ago and resides in Conway with her husband, Jeremy, and rescue dogs.
I am originally from Illinois but lived in California for around 30 years before moving to Arkansas. I have lived in Arkansas for 23 years and have loved every minute of it. I have been working for the Childrens Advocacy Alliance for 13 years. My first year I was an experience Works employee and I guess they liked my work because CASA hired me. When I first started we were known as CASA. I have watched the agency grow and feel blessed that I have been a part of the Growth. Of all the jobs I have had in my life, working for this agency has been the most fulfilling and rewarding just knowing I have had a part in helping the children that we represent.
Adena J. White is an accredited public relations professional working at the Conway Area Chamber of Commerce as director of communications. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Arkansas Tech University in speech communication and journalism with an emphasis in public relations and a master’s degree in applied communication studies from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock.In addition to serving on the board of directors for the Children’s Advocacy Alliance, Adena is an officer for the Arkansas chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, a member of Arkansas Tech University’s alumni board, and chairwoman of the Conway Community Race Relations Initiative’s communications and outreach subcommittee. The Arkansas native was raised in the small town of Center Ridge and resides in Conway with her husband, Matthew.
Amanda Beaver moved to Faulkner County in 2008. She holds her Master’s in Nursing Education and has worked in a variety of nursing roles. Currently, Amanda teaches nursing at the University of Central Arkansas. With great passion for both hope and justice, she hopes to promote the CAA mission through increasing awareness and engaging community support. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time outdoors with her two children.