Office Address
Arkansas State Teachers Association
225 S. Pulaski Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, AR 72201-1930
Tel: 877-742-ASTA (2782)
Fax: 501-400-8276
Website Contact Form

Key Staff:

Allison Greenwood, Executive Director

Amy Douglas, Director of Legal Services
Danielle Kelley, Regional Membership Director
Jennifer Wooten, Project Coordinator

Staff Bios

Allison Greenwood

Executive Director

Dr. Allison Cecil Greenwood is Executive Director of the Arkansas State Teachers Association (ASTA), a state chapter of AAE. Her professional career began as a teacher and program manager at one of the first Arkansas Better Chance (ABC) programs. Following her work with ABC, Dr. Greenwood served as Administrator of Child and Adolescent Services and Director of Education at Lakeside Behavioral Health System in Memphis, TN. She served as principal for two schools for children with emotional disturbances and conduct disorders, and, after managing numerous psychiatric and educational programs for children, Dr. Greenwood served as the Administrator of Outpatient Offices in Jonesboro, AR. Dr. Greenwood has a doctorate of Instruction and Curriculum emphasizing in Early Childhood from the University of Memphis. She holds an MSE in Early Childhood with a certification in Educational Administration and a BSE in Early Childhood from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She lives in North Little Rock with her two teenage sons.

Amy Douglas

Director of Legal Services

Amy is the Director of Legal Services for the Arkansas State Teachers Association. She has been practicing law since 2006 and has extensive experience in criminal and education law. She was a Public Defender for the State of Arkansas, specializing in criminal cases, for 16 years and most recently served as the Managing Attorney for the Professional Licensure Standards Board (PLSB) for the Arkansas Department of Education. Amy is an Arkansas native and lover of the Razorbacks, traveling, and anything that sparkles (in no particular order). She and her daughter, Avery Claire, travel and explore every chance they get but mostly to the beach.

Danielle Kelley

Regional Membership Director

Danielle Kelley is a Regional Membership Director of the Arkansas State Teachers Association (ASTA), a state chapter of AAE. Danielle taught Theatre, Oral Communication, English, and Journalism for 19 years across Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama. She graduated from Mississippi State University with her Bachelor's degree in Secondary Education and Public Relations. Before beginning her teaching career, she worked in corporate public relations in Dallas, Texas and even auditioned for a Broadway show. Danielle loves all things British and spends her spare time recreating recipes from The Great British Baking Show and Downton Abbey. She loves to sew, travel, throw parties, and is an active member of Central Baptist Church in Jonesboro, AR. She has been married to her husband Sam, who is also a teacher, since 2005, and they have three children, two boys and a girl.

Jennifer Wooten

Project Coordinator

Jennifer is the Project Coordinator for the Arkansas State Teachers Association. In this role, Jennifer provides high level administrative support to the Executive Director and helps execute strategic priorities while contributing to the achievement of ASTA’s mission. Prior to joining ASTA, Jennifer used her background in psychology/social work to empower students. One of her favorite roles was working with children and their families as a family engagement specialist in a public elementary school.

Jennifer graduated from Sylvan Hills High School and Arkansas State University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology. She lives in North Little Rock with her husband of over 20 years and beautiful family. She has a daughter who is a pre-med student and a son who is in high school.

Jennifer loves spending time at the lake with her family and friends. Her favorite teacher was Ms. Karen Campbell, 4th grade teacher, at Harris Elementary-Pulaski County School District. She loved how she made her feel special and to overcome her shyness. Ms. Campbell helped foster confidence.

Member Leaders

Ronnie Flowers

ASTA-AAE Regional Member Leader

Ronnie Flowers served as the Senior Regional Director of the Arkansas State Teachers Association (ASTA), a state chapter of AAE, for ten years before returning to the classroom in 2023. Ronnie still works with the organization as a Regional Member Leader. Prior to his fulltime role at ASTA, Ronnie was an Algebra and Geometry in the Bentonville Public School District for 12 years after graduating with his Bachelor's degree in Mathematics and a Masters of Arts in Teaching from the University of Arkansas. As a teacher, Ronnie was voted by his peers as teacher of the year two different times for his building and for his small learning community. Ronnie became a member of ASTA in 2004 and soon helped start and was elected the president of the local ASTA group in Bentonville. Ronnie loves finding ways to save money, has fun teaching Geometry three times per week for an hour at a small private school in Rogers, plays basketball with friends, plays trumpet, and is a very active member of Northwest Church in Bentonville and Springdale. He enjoys creating songs using math and at the latest count has 35 in his repertoire on You Tube. He has been married since 1997 to his wife Kim and has two sons.

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