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Nate Coulter grew up in Nashville, Arkansas and graduated from high school there in 1978. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Harvard in 1982, and law degree from Harvard Law School in 1985. After clerking for U.S. District Judge G. Thomas Eisele, and serving as assistant legal counsel to Governor Bill Clinton, he maintained a trial practice in Arkansas for over 25 years. He was a partner with the firms of Wright, Lindsey & Jennings and, later, Wilson, Engstrom, Corum & Coulter. In March 2016, Coulter became the Executive Director of the Central Arkansas Library System, a public library serving Perry and Pulaski counties including the cities of Jacksonville, Maumelle, Perryville, Sherwood, and Little Rock, Arkansas. As executive director of CALS, Coulter oversees the budget, fundraising, and programming for the system.
Not that you do what you do for it, but when you do something noteworthy, it’s nice to get some recognition. Little Rock, Arkansas has a wonderful and long running non-profit called Quapaw Quarters Association (QQA). Founded in 1968, in response to urban renewal teardowns, the QQA has fought to preserve and save many of our town’s old buildings. Their mission statement is simple and near to mine and son, Matthew’s heart, “To preserve Greater Little Rock’s historic places...