Erin Brogdon joins City Connections as Executive Director

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (September 26, 2017) -- City Connections has added Erin Brogdon of Wright Lindsey Jennings to their team, announcing that she will be taking over as Executive Director starting October 1.

“We are excited to have Erin join our team,” City Connections’ Founder and current Executive Director Jeff Spry said.  “The mission of City Connections is to leverage the unique strengths of our partners by uniting around common issues affecting our communities. Erin has the skills, experience and influence to maintain and grow our network of trusted partners while expanding the impact of City Connections.”

Brogdon will remain a partner at Wright Lindsey Jennings where she frequently advises on corporate and non-profit entity formation, commercial and real estate transactions and strategic community engagement. Prior to joining Wright Lindsey Jennings, Brogdon served as in-house counsel for Alltel Communications.

“I’m honored to join City Connections’ leadership team,” Brogdon said. “Cultivating collaboration among business, government and the faith-community is a passion of mine. I am grateful for the opportunity to work alongside the team and partners that Jeff Spry has assembled. We will continue City Connections’ legacy of serving as a catalyst for establishing trusted relationships.”

For the past nine years, City Connections has powered a collaborative movement in Greater Little Rock, with currently more than 300 agencies, churches, businesses, and other entities that have formally committed to the City Connections vision. In practice, these network members both contribute toward the success of others in the network and receive direct and tangible support from the network. City Connections also operates a missional employment agency that places individuals who are overcoming addiction with compassionate employers. To learn more about City Connections, visit www.cityconnectionsinc.org.

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