Living and Leading Authentically – Speakers

Dr. Julia Winden Fey is the Director of the Office of Student Success at the University of Central Arkansas, where she works with a dedicated team of faculty, staff, and students to provide programs that aid students in developing their academic and personal skills. She also teaches courses for the Department of Philosophy & Religion and for University College. Dr. Winden Fey holds an MA in Theology from Union Theological Seminary in NYC, and a PhD in Religion and Social Ethics along with a Certificate in the Study of Women and Men in Society from the University of Southern California.
Shawanna Rodgers is Executive Administrator of True Holiness Saints Center Inc. in Conway, AR where she has faithfully served for the last decade. Rodgers is a Graduate of the University of Central Arkansas where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Communications. She is an active member of True Holiness Saints Center serving in multiple capacities: Executive Administrator, Associate Minister, Member of the Executive Board of Directors (Secretary), Chairman of the Singles Ministry, Senior Advisor of the Inter-denomination Christian Council on the campus of UCA, Special Events Coordinator and as a Christian peer mentor and Advisor. Rodgers currently serves as a Member of the Board of Directors for the United Way of Central Arkansas. She also volunteers her time with the Pine Street Community Backpack Program. Her Philosophy for life, “If I can help someone as I travel along life’s way, then my living will not be in vain!”
Marianne Tettlebaum serves the statewide Jewish community as Director of the Jewish Federation of Arkansas. Tettlebaum, a Missouri native, has lived in Little Rock since 2007, and is proud of her family’s Arkansas roots. Her mother’s family comes from Helena, Arkansas. Prior to assuming the executive director position she was Assistant Professor of Liberal Studies and Faculty Adviser to Hillel at Hendrix College. From 2008-2012, she served as Director of the Crain-Maling Center of Jewish Culture at Hendrix. Her husband, Dorian Stuber, is Associate Professor of English at Hendrix; they have one daughter, Thalia.