Monday, January 12, 2009

Don Marr selected to serve as Mayor Jordan's chief of staff

Mayor Jordan announces Chief of Staff selection

Fayetteville, AR– Mayor Lioneld Jordan has announced his selection
of Don Marr as his new Chief of Staff. Mayor Jordan stated that after
reviewing the applications, many of which were impressive, he selected
Marr based on qualifications and experience.

Marr holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management
with a minor in Organizational Development. He is the President/CEO of
HR Factor, Inc. and BOSS, Inc., companies involved in Executive
Recruitment, Human Resources advising, and employee staffing. As a
longtime citizen of Fayetteville, Marr has approximately eighteen years
of experience serving the City in one capacity or another. He served on
the Fayetteville Planning Commission from 1996 – 2001. Marr has also
served as an Alderman on the Fayetteville City Council from 2001 –
2006, serving on various City committees in the process. In addition,
he has served on the Fayetteville City Library Board of Trustees from
2006 through the present. He more recently did volunteer work as Mayor
Jordan’s campaign manager, along with Steve Smith, during the 2008
Mayoral race.

In addition to serving the City of Fayetteville, Marr has
served in several leadership positions in professional organizations
over the years, such as State Director for the Society of Human Resource
Management (2004 – 2006) and President of NOARK (1998 – 2000).

City of Fayetteville
City Clerk's Office
113 W. Mountain
Fayetteville, AR 72701


Anonymous said...

Don Marr cast the deciding vote in favor of the Divinity Project, lets not forget.

Then he resigned.

He sure knows a lot about accountability. Wow.

Anonymous said...

He's probably willing to apologize for that vote.