Greg Joslin elected as Little Rock Port Authority Board Chair

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The Little Rock Port Authority (LRPA) Board of Directors elected Greg Joslin as chair of the Board of Directors. His term will run from July 2020 through June 2021.

The Little Rock Port Authority Board of Directors elected Joe Bailey as vice-chair and Bobby Brown as treasurer.

Joslin was first appointed to the Little Rock Port Authority in 2011. During his time on the LRPA Board, Joslin has served as treasurer, vice chairman and chair of the internal affairs committee.

He is a senior broker at Colliers International, where he handles brokerage; site selection and market analysis; acquisition and dispositions; and tenant representation roles for clients.

Prior to joining Colliers, Joslin worked for 11 years at Irwin Partners as a principal partner. His background includes work with Entergy Arkansas in the commercial and industrial major accounts group as well as experience in economic development, working in Entergy’s Office of Economic Development, the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission and the Magnolia-Columbia County Chamber of Commerce, where he served as president and CEO.

Joslin holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a Bachelor of Arts from Hendrix College. He is a graduate of the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce Leadership Greater Little Rock (LGLR) program, the Economic Development Institute at University of Oklahoma and the Community Development Institute at the University of Central Arkansas.

“I am honored to be elected to serve as Chair of the Port Board and look forward to working with my colleagues to continue attracting jobs and investment from around the world. I can think of no other location in the region that can compete with the Port of Little Rock in terms of supporting manufacturing, logistics and employment. I will continue to work to make the Port of Little Rock the country’s best inland port,” said Joslin.