Tina Winham is a true servant leader whose mission in life is to empower women and children to reach their potential. She has a proven track record of success in helping people and organizations increase performance and advance organizational development and effectiveness.
She has an extensive background that includes senior leadership positions in private and nonprofit organizations. Throughout these successful tenures she has been instrumental in helping launch significant projects, lead large teams and key initiatives related to diversity and inclusion, mentorship, leadership development, social learning, community engagement and public relations.
In 2010, she was recognized by the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal as one of the forty under 40 top business leaders and was profiled in Celebrate Magazine as a northwest Arkansas “hidden treasure”. Her warmth and captivating personality helps her develop strong partnerships that help her successfully execute everything she is involved in.
Her passion for serving others has led her to serve in leadership positions of nonprofit boards and advisory councils in the Northwest Arkansans region. Tina was recently appointed by Governor Hutchinson to the Governor’s Advisory Commission on National Service and Volunteerism. Tina is a lifelong resident of Northwest Arkansas and currently resides in Rogers, with her husband Jeff and their daughter Lexy.