The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has announced that Ben Bailey has joined the campaign board as the newest member of the Centennial Campaign Cabinet.
Bailey has 14 years of experience in comprehensive financial planning guidance, investment management, life insurance, and more. He started his career at the investment firm Morgan Keegan until Raymond James purchased them in 2012. He holds the Wealth Management Specialist designation and is a partner of TMB Capital Partners, formed in 2017 through Raymond James.
“I am honored to be part of the Centennial Campaign Cabinet,” said Bailey. “UA Little Rock is a wonderful asset to our city, and we all benefit from its success. I am grateful to be able to support the institution in this way.”
In addition to his role on the Centennial Campaign Cabinet, he is currently a member of the Foundation Fund Board and has previously served on the Little Rock Trojan Advisory Council, the UAMS Consortium Board, and as a member of the Hat Club of Little Rock.
Bailey earned a bachelor’s degree in finance with an emphasis in financial management of investments from the Sam M. Walton School of Business at the University of Arkansas. He is married to Kimberly Campbell Bailey, a registered nurse at Arkansas Surgical Hospital, and they have two children, Presley Ann Bailey and Neely Drew Bailey.
The UA Little Rock Foundation will launch its Centennial Campaign this fall to build upon student scholarships, equip faculty to deliver excellence in higher education, enhance classroom technology and the campus community.
Other members of the Centennial Campaign Cabinet include:
Jerry Damerow, Chair
Chancellor Christina S. Drale
Dr. Ann Bain
Michael S. Williams Sr.