Capp Offers Advice to ATU-Ozark Students

Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus welcomed State Rep. Sarah Capp to speak to students for its 2017 Fall Convocation.

Capp is serving her first term representing District 82 in the Arkansas House of Representatives. For the 91st General Assembly, Capp serves on House Judiciary Committee as well as the House City, County and Local Affairs Committee.

Capp is an attorney at Capp Law Firm in Ozark. She graduated from Murray State University with a bachelor’s in political science and later earned her Juris Doctor from the William H. Bowen School of Law. Capp is a member of the Ozark Area Chamber of Commerce and the Arkansas Bar Association. She also serves on the Parent Counsel Program Advisory Committee. She previously served as president for Big Brothers/Big Sisters chapter in the River Valley.

Capp spoke to students about the importance of community involvement.

“Being involved with our community is about building relationships within the community, with business leaders, with area business leaders, with area businesses and most importantly with other citizens,” said Capp. “Arkansas Tech understands this key principle to personal success.”

Photographed (from left-to-right): Justin Smith, chief business and community outreach officer, ATU-Ozark; District 82 Rep. Sarah Capp, Arkansas House of Representatives; Bruce Sikes, chancellor, ATU-Ozark.