Sarah Stricklin - Executive Director
Sarah Stricklin

Holding a Masters of Arts in Arts Administration from Indiana University’s O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Sarah Stricklin is an arts administrator with more than a decade of experience producing and managing nonprofit arts and culture. Her work has spanned from curating new cultural festivals to laying the foundations with new arts organizations to remaking established organizations. Her expertise includes leading mission formation, process and program development, strategic planning, and financial management. In addition to her work with the CCC, she works as an independent consultant, specifically assisting nonprofit organizations. She is a professional vocalist and musician and an arts evangelist taking any opportunity to advocate the immense potential of our creative community. She serves on multiple boards, including Arkansas Women’s Outreach, the Downtown Little Rock Partnership, Arkansans for the Arts, and the newly-formed Creators' Village. 

Adrienne Collins - Board of Directors, Specialty -                            Human Resources
Adrienne Collins

Adrienne Collins currently serves as Director of Human Resources at Rock Region Metro. Collins began her human resources career for the US Army and the US Air Force. She led the military human resources department overseeing recruitment, training, performance management, employee relations, and benefits. As a decorated veteran, she has since worked in manufacturing, non-profits, and telecommunications. She brings over 21 years of experience to her position.

Adrienne holds five degrees including a B.A in Criminology, a B.A in Spanish, and a B.S in Sociology from Arkansas State University; an MBA in Information Technology Management and an MBA in Business Administration from Webster University. She also holds a certification in Diversity and Inclusion from Essec School of Business.

She enjoys spending her limited free time performing charity work and community service including memberships on several boards and professional organizations. A member of Leadership Greater Little Rock, Class XXXV, Ms. Collins is also a member of the Little Rock Junior League and serves on the Board of Governors for the Little Rock Zoo.

Natasha Miller - Board of Directors, Specialty -                           Accounting and Finance
Natasha Miller

Natasha Miller is an adaptive, multifaceted Senior Accountant with a demonstrated history working in the management consulting industry preparing, analyzing, and reviewing financial reports for management, boards of directors, and auditors of multiple entities and industries on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis. She works regularly with directors and officers internationally.

Her passion is streamlining processes, creating organizational tools, and setting up procedural methods for individuals and businesses to become self-sustainable in their ventures. She utilizes this in her work in the financial field to teach the importance of a solid foundation for companies to find financial success - empowering others to follow their dreams, manifest brighter futures, and build their personal visions.

She also enjoys budgeting as a fun hobby (seriously) and thinks she is quite funny. 

Mike Motley - Board of Directors, Specialty -                      Health Coverage and Access
Mike Motley

Mike Motley is the Director of Analytics at the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement. Mike has worked closely with Arkansas Medicaid and the largest private insurers in the state to design, implement and evaluate components of Arkansas’s Health Care Payment Improvement Initiative. His current work is focused on tracking COVID-19 pandemic impacts throughout the state. Mike is also an appointed member of the Arkansas Department of Health’s Child Health Advisory Committee.

Mike holds a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Georgia, College of Public Health.