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Director, Career Center
Director, Career Center
Career and Technical Faculty
Education: BSE and MSE Family and Consumer Science, University of Central Arkansas
Mrs. Bell has been an FACS Educator in Conway for 23 years and Internship Coordinator for five years.
Education: BS and BSE Family & Consumer Sciences, University of Central Arkansas; MSE Educational Theory & Practice, Arkansas State University
Ms. Fisher is a graduate of Conway High School and has taught in the Family & Consumer Sciences department at Conway High School for nine years.
Education: MSBA and EdS Educational Leadership, University of Central Arkansas; National Board Certified Teacher.
LTC Thomas Speck
Education: BS University of Arkansas
LTC Thomas Speck entered the United States Army in 1982 at Ft. Benning, GA. After graduating from Officer Candidate School in 1984, he was commissioned an Infantry Officer and served with the 3rd Infantry Division in Schweinfurt, Germany. Force-aligned into the Military Intelligence Corps in 1987, he served in a variety of intelligence positions around the world. He worked as an Intelligence Officer in the 4th Psychological Operations Group (Airborne) at Fort Bragg, NC, during Operation Just Cause in Panama. He then commanded a company and served as a battalion operations officer in Hawaii. While stationed in Washington DC, he served as the Aide-de-Camp to the Intelligence and Security Command Commanding General, as a staff officer for Plans and Policy division in the Joint Chiefs of Staff, as a staff officer on the Army Staff, and deployed to Somalia in support of United Nations Operations UNOSOM II. Colonel Speck was the Chief of Targeting for United States Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base, CO, in support of Operation Allied Force, NATO operations in Yugoslavia. He was the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence for the 1st Corps Support Command (Airborne) during 9-11 and later for Operation Enduring Freedom. He retired from active duty after 22 years of service in November 2003. LTC Speck returned to Arkansas to serve as an Assistant Professor of Military Science at the University of Central Arkansas (UCA) from 2003 to 2007. He has served as the JROTC Senior Army Instructor at Conway High School since 2007. He was named Conway High School Teacher of the Year for the 2011-2012 school year.