JESSE W. MASON, JR.

“I BELIEVE I AM NOT ALONE IN DISTINGUISHING MYSELF AS A MAN OF INTEGRITY DEDICATED TO DOING THE RIGHT THING, ALWAYS.”

Self-employed, Paladin Consulting, Inc.
AU Foundation, Board of Directors

B.S., Economics, University of
Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Marion

Petit & Keet

Former Little Rock Airport Commission member Jesse W. Mason, Jr. has a long record of success within his diverse professional portfolio. A proud Philanthropist over the years, Mason is now paying it forward from a volunteer standpoint, as he helps Chris Shenep create a Strategic Plan and build for the future in launching the Arkansas Urology Foundation, which will support men’s health across the state of Arkansas.

 

JESSE W. MASON, JR.

“I BELIEVE I AM NOT ALONE IN DISTINGUISHING MYSELF AS A MAN OF INTEGRITY DEDICATED TO DOING THE RIGHT THING, ALWAYS.”

Self-employed, Paladin Consulting, Inc.
AU Foundation, Board of Directors

B.S., Economics, University of
Arkansas at Pine Bluff

Marion

Petit & Keet

Former Little Rock Airport Commission member Jesse W. Mason, Jr. has a long record of success within his diverse professional portfolio. A proud Philanthropist over the years, Mason is now paying it forward from a volunteer standpoint, as he helps Chris Shenep create a Strategic Plan and build for the future in launching the Arkansas Urology Foundation, which will support men’s health across the state of Arkansas.

 

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

In December 1955, I scored 50 points to highlight a doubleheader basketball program at the now-historic Pearl High School in Nashville, TN. My performance enabled Woodstock, my high school, to defeat Clarksville’s Burt High School, 92-88.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

On December 6, 2011, when I was inducted into the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) Hall of Fame for basketball.

SURPRISING FACT:

The Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas expressed their deep appreciation for my contributions to UA Little Rock by conferring the title of Director Emeritus of Cooperative Education Internship and Placement in 2016.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Former students, like Lori L., who wrote me, “You were a great teacher. You taught me the proper way to debate subject matters from both sides. This lesson made me a better parent, a better partner and a better employee. I wish I had reached out sooner to say thank you, to let you know the impact on my life was enormous.”

PERSON YOU ADMIRE MOST:

Gail Reede Jones, M.D., a partner at Arkansas Urology and my wife of 32 years. There is nothing in my life that compares to the love and admiration I have for her.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

In December 1955, I scored 50 points to highlight a doubleheader basketball program at the now-historic Pearl High School in Nashville, TN. My performance enabled Woodstock, my high school, to defeat Clarksville’s Burt High School, 92-88.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

On December 6, 2011, when I was inducted into the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) Hall of Fame for basketball.

SURPRISING FACT:

The Board of Trustees of the University of Arkansas expressed their deep appreciation for my contributions to UA Little Rock by conferring the title of Director Emeritus of Cooperative Education Internship and Placement in 2016.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Former students, like Lori L., who wrote me, “You were a great teacher. You taught me the proper way to debate subject matters from both sides. This lesson made me a better parent, a better partner and a better employee. I wish I had reached out sooner to say thank you, to let you know the impact on my life was enormous.”

PERSON YOU ADMIRE MOST:

Gail Reede Jones, M.D., a partner at Arkansas Urology and my wife of 32 years. There is nothing in my life that compares to the love and admiration I have for her.

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