Anna Kay Hilburn

Associate Director of Development, Razorback Foundation

HOME: Kennett, Missouri; moved to Arkansas in 2013 to attend the University of Arkansas

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Mama Z’s Cafe

FAVORITE MOVIE: Steel Magnolias

“IN A WORLD THAT YOU CAN BE ANYTHING, BE KIND.”

Anna Kay Hilburn might have been born in Missouri, but she’s a Razorback through and through. Her heart for the Hogs grew exponentially during college and graduate school. The opportunity to develop her professional skills in an environment she truly loves with the Razorback Foundation is a dream come true.

Anna Kay Hilburn

Associate Director of Development, Razorback Foundation

HOME: Kennett, Missouri; moved to Arkansas in 2013 to attend the University of Arkansas

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Mama Z’s Cafe

FAVORITE MOVIE: Steel Magnolias

“IN A WORLD THAT YOU CAN BE ANYTHING, BE KIND.”

Anna Kay Hilburn might have been born in Missouri, but she’s a Razorback through and through. Her heart for the Hogs grew exponentially during college and graduate school. The opportunity to develop her professional skills in an environment she truly loves with the Razorback Foundation is a dream come true.

FIRST BIG BREAK:

By far getting hired in 2018 by the Razorback Foundation. I am extraordinarily blessed that Scott Varady took a chance on me and saw my potential. I feel lucky to work for such an incredible organization.

ATTRACTION TO CAREER:

The people. I love getting to work with student-athletes, coaches, supporters of the Arkansas Razorbacks, and those who love all things college sports. I am a sports fanatic, so I am fortunate to have the position that I do.

BEST PART OF YOUR DAY:

Unwinding after a productive day at work with an exceptional book that I (hopefully) can’t put down!

SURPRISING FACT:

I am a published author. In first grade, my class wrote a book, September the 12th We Knew Everything Would Be All Right. It was picked by Scholastic; we were able to be on the Today Show in New York — a truly amazing experience!

REMEMBER ME FOR:

Only that I was a good person, and I did good for others. When people look back and think of me, I want them to have wonderful memories, experiences and encounters. It doesn’t have to be revolutionary, it just needs to be all things good.

FIRST BIG BREAK:

By far getting hired in 2018 by the Razorback Foundation. I am extraordinarily blessed that Scott Varady took a chance on me and saw my potential. I feel lucky to work for such an incredible organization.

ATTRACTION TO CAREER:

The people. I love getting to work with student-athletes, coaches, supporters of the Arkansas Razorbacks, and those who love all things college sports. I am a sports fanatic, so I am fortunate to have the position that I do.

BEST PART OF YOUR DAY:

Unwinding after a productive day at work with an exceptional book that I (hopefully) can’t put down!

SURPRISING FACT:

I am a published author. In first grade, my class wrote a book, September the 12th We Knew Everything Would Be All Right. It was picked by Scholastic; we were able to be on the Today Show in New York — a truly amazing experience!

REMEMBER ME FOR:

Only that I was a good person, and I did good for others. When people look back and think of me, I want them to have wonderful memories, experiences and encounters. It doesn’t have to be revolutionary, it just needs to be all things good.

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