Helping minority communities live better through better care

By arhospice on June 13th, 2022

Join us for this informative, interactive online workshop to discuss the challenges encountered by African Americans in the healthcare system and opportunities available for minorities to live better through all stages of life.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22nd 12:00 P.M.

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Meet Your Panelists

Join Kyle Jones, minority outreach coordinator for Arkansas Hospice, and his guest Camille Hart as she discusses her personal experience as a research program director where she coordinates multiple public health research efforts focusing on emotional wellness and more.

Kyle L. Jones

Kyle L. Jones is an ordained Baptist minister and currently serves as coordinator for Arkansas Hospice, Inc. where he focuses on multicultural outreach along with issues of diversity and inclusion. He holds degrees from Henderson State University and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, with emphases in Political Science and Higher Education, respectively. Rev. Jones holds several organizational memberships and serves on various boards. He is a proud brother of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Vice President of the Clark County (AR) branch of the NAACP, and for the past three years Rev. Jones has served as the proud Pastor of the Munn’s Chapel Baptist Church in Prescott, AR.

Pastor Jones has been married to his beautiful wife, LaQuita K. Jones (Principal of Wilson Intermediate School in Malvern, AR) for nearly sixteen years. They share three beautiful children.

Camille Hart

Camille Hart is a public health professional who has a passion for connecting people to build better and healthier communities. She is a research program director at an academic health center where she supports the coordination of two statewide public health research efforts focused on emotional wellness and faith communities, and black men and alcohol use. Camille also provides consulting services for individuals, non-profit organizations, and businesses that include engaging communities, event coordination, database development, and program development and management.

Camille earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Emory University and a Master of Public Health in Health Communication and Education from Tulane University. She served three terms with the AmeriCorps*VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) program where she was placed in Alabama, Texas, and Arkansas.

This event is presented by Arkansas Hospice, and is made possible in part by support from Arkansas Hospice, Arkansas Hospice Foundation, and The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation

For more information on this program, visit

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