Re/Max of Conway has announced the recent addition to their real estate team of Mark Russell Williams. A native of Newport, Williams has spent the last nine years marketing residential real estate in Santa Fe, N.M. Williams’ last position was with luxury and high end marketing firm Sotheby’s International Realty located in Santa Fe.

Williams is a 1989 Graduate of Ouachita Baptist University. He has been designated as a Certified Residential Specialist and has recently completed work for the Accredited Buyers Agent designation.

Williams will work all areas of the Faulkner County real estate market. His specialty will be mid range and luxury homes in Conway and Greenbrier.


Kelly Boswell, Russell Jones and Cindy Phillips, all of Conway, attended the 43rd annual convention of the Arkansas State Employees Association (A.S.E.A.), held at the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs on Aug. 12 and 13, as voting delegates. Boswell served as a delegate in his capacity as District 10 Director on the association’s board of directors. Jones and Phillips were elected by members of A.S.E.A.’s Faulkner County chapter to act as its delegates. Boswell and Jones are employees of AETN; Phillips is with the Department of Workforce Services. Delegates meet to set the association’s policy for the upcoming year.

A.S.E.A. is a nonprofit organization working to improve state government and state employment.


The International Right of Way Association (IRWA) announced the promotion of Donna Harrison, SR/WA, R/W-NAC, R/W-RAC to the position of International Relocation Assistance Committee Chair during the 57th annual International Conference in Atlanta, Ga. Residing in Dallas, Texas, Harrison is vice president of Pinnacle Consulting Management Group, Inc., and has worked in the right of way acquisition and relocation field for over 20 years.

As IRWA Relocation Assistance Committee Chair, Harrison will oversee relocation education courses, facilitator training criteria and all aspects of the relocation committee. She will also serve as the primary liaison with private industry and governmental agencies in the relocation industry.

Throughout her right of way career, Harrison has provided management, research and comprehensive relocation assistance services in compliance with the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 for highway, light rail transit, airports and urban renewal projects nationwide. She is an active member of the Dallas-Fort Worth IRWA Chapter 36 where she has served in all the officer positions, currently serving as Director, and is a certified IRWA Facilitator for all Relocation Courses. 

Harrison has been the manager or assistant manager for major projects including the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) 42 mile light rail project, Denton County Transit Authority (DCTA) passenger rail project, North Tarrant Express highway project and the prestigious City of Arlington Dallas Cowboy Stadium where the project was completed three months early. She is currently working on the North Tarrant Express design build project, which will be constructed and operated by Cintra, a Ferrovial company from Spain.