New AR AIMS President Announced
Jerry Adams, Chair of the AAIMS Board of Directors and members of the Board are pleased to announce the hiring of Suzanne Lynn Bullard as the next President of Arkansas AAIMS, effective January 1, 2018. Dr. Ken James has served as President of AAIMS for the past four years. Mrs. Bullard will replace Dr. James, who is retiring from AAIMS effective December 31st.
Dr. James hired Mrs. Bullard to serve as the Program Manager in 2013, and they have collectively increased the number of participating schools to 73 in 9 Cohorts. Prior to joining Arkansas AIMS, Mrs. Bullard held key educational leadership positions in three school districts in central Arkansas (Sheridan, North Little Rock, and Bryant). “As the AAIMS Program Manager, it was my privilege and honor to work with the remarkable educators to enhance teacher quality and student performance in AAIMS schools, and now as President of AAIMS, I look forward to implementing additional opportunities that will make a difference for the students of Arkansas”, said Bullard.
Mrs. Bullard is married to Joe A. “Tony” Bullard of Maumelle, has 4 children, and 6 grandchildren.
Arkansas AAIMS, a non-profit organization has a primary mission to prepare more students for college, post-secondary training and STEM careers, and to increase the number of students who graduate from college. The primary goal of AAIMS is to increase the number of students enrolled in Advanced Placement math, science, and English courses and to increase the number of students producing scores of 3 or better on Advanced Placement math, science, and English examinations.