On this episode of the Tiger For Life Podcast, Ouachita graduate and chair of the Ouachita Alumni Advisory Board, Keisha Pittman McKinney ('04) interviews fellow alumna Jill Waldon Rowe ('03). While serving as a traveling speech pathology assistant for 15 years, Jill saw many children, including her own, getting sick often. Looking for products to better her family's health, Jill struggled to find products with clean, healthy ingredients she could trust.
A note of warning: this episode contains strong language related to racism experienced during the desegregation of Arkansas schools. Listener discretion is advised. On this episode of the Tiger For Life Podcast, we hear from longtime educator and Arkansas State Senator Joyce Elliott.
Tiger for Life Podcast: John Barber ('99) & Becky Ellis ('08) Bringing Hope and Help to People Impacted by DisabilityNovember 09, 2021
On this episode of the Tiger for Life Podcast, Ouachita grads John Barber ('99) and Becky (Cunningham) Ellis ('08) share about their work with Joni and Friends -- an international ministry founded by Joni Eareckson Tada that shares the hope of the Gospel and gives practical help to people impacted by disability.
Tiger for Life Podcast: Kallie Polk ('19) One Year, One Wienermobile & Miles of Smiles Along the Hot Dog HighwayNovember 03, 2021
If you love fun podcasts, this one's a "wiener!" On this episode of the Tiger for Life Podcast, we "ketchup" with 2019 Ouachita graduate Kallie Polk. After teaching elementary school for two years in North Carolina, Kallie was one of 4000 people to apply to be a "hotdogger" -- driving the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile around the country for a year.
The Tiger For Life podcast launched in April of 2020 as a way to connect and engage
alumni during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Alumni Relations Office plans to continue
to produce regular content in the future hearing stories and updates from Ouachita
alumni and friends. You can listen here or on the following podcast platforms: