A third person has announced an intention to oppose Little Rock Mayor Frank Scott Jr.’s expected re-election bid next year.
She is Pam Whitaker, 66, CEO of ECA, a security and drone
services firm, and founder of Cyber Fly Girls, a non-profit organization dedicated to
moving more women into STEM fields.
A Ward One resident (eastern Little Rock) for nine years, her release said in part:
“I envision a ‘connected’ Little Rock, a Little Rock that no longer bears the scars of systemic racism. A city that is planning for growth and reaches out with open
arms to those who would join us. A Little Rock that is wise in its decisions in order to protect our earth, sky and water on which we conduct our businesses and build our homes.”
Her proven record and expertise of budget and audit controls means she will ensure
all departments and services within the City of Little Rock are run efficiently and
Greg Henderson, a publisher, and Steve Landers, a retired auto dealer, previously have announced intentions to run for mayor.