Everette Cornell “E.C.” Maltbia was appointed to the University of Central Arkansas Board of Trustees in January 2017 by Gov. Asa Hutchinson.
“I am both excited and grateful to be given the opportunity to serve UCA in this capacity,” Maltbia said. “I am looking forward to working along with the students, faculty and staff to continue to promote the academic vitality, integrity and diversity of our flagship institution.”
Hutchinson said he is confident that Maltbia will bring an important perspective to the Board of Trustees. “For years, he has been a pillar of service and leadership in the central Arkansas community. His engagement and personal involvement with the staff and students at UCA will make him a great asset to the UCA Board of Trustees,” said Hutchinson.
Maltbia is the founder and senior pastor of True Holiness Saints Center in Conway, where he has served for more than two decades.
He currently serves as a member of the Conway Civil Service Commission and Conway Regional Health System Board of Directors. He has previously served on the board of directors for the United Way of Faulkner County, Salvation Army of Faulkner County, Faulkner County Leadership Institute, Conway Regional Health System Community Advisory Board and the Community Foundation of Faulkner County.