CHEROKEE VILLAGE, AR- The Spring River Innovation Hub is pleased to announce that Mrs. Jenna Lewis has joined the board of directors. Lewis brings a wealth of experience in the fields of retail and logistics to the innovation hub team. She also understands the experience of working remotely in North Arkansas. A District Manager for Apollo Retail, Lewis has spent the past 10 years managing merchandising projects for big-box retailers like Lowe’s.“I’m passionate about improving the community I’ve lived in for seven years and helping make sure everyone feels welcome,” stated Lewis.

Over the past few years, Lewis has served as an avid member of the Hub’s professional women’s group and a volunteer for the Arkansas Pie Festival. In her spare time, Lewis also enjoys running ultramarathons along with creating vintage-style fashions from the 1940s and 50s. She lives in Cherokee Village with her husband, Steven, and young son, Sebastian.

The Spring River Innovation Hub provides a creative culture of innovation and entrepreneurship through an inclusive, collaborative network of diverse resources and opportunities that foster sustainable small business and regional economic growth. The hub serves small businesses, entrepreneurs and creatives in Sharp, Fulton and Izard Counties. For more information about the Spring River Innovation Hub, visit the website:

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