SPEAKER SHEPHERD APPOINTS NATHAN EVERS TO INDEPENDENT CITIZENS COMMISSION
Little Rock, Arkansas (February 4, 2019) –
Arkansas House Speaker Matthew Shepherd has named Nathan Evers of El Dorado to serve on the Arkansas Independent Citizens Commission. Mr. Evers will serve a four-year term replacing Mitch Berry, whose term expired on December 31, 2018.
Nathan Evers is a Certified Public Accountant with more than 40 years of experience in accounting. Mr. Evers received his accounting degree from Southern Arkansas University. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants and is licensed to practice in both Arkansas and Louisiana. He previously served on the Board of Trustees of Southern Arkansas University and the Southern Arkansas University Foundation Board of Governors. Mr. Evers has been involved with numerous non-profit boards in El Dorado and is a past chairman of the Union County United Way Campaign.
The Independent Citizens Commission was created in 2015 after Arkansas voters approved Amendment 94. The commission sets salaries of elected constitutional officers of the executive department, members of the General Assembly, justices, and judges. Amendment 94 states the Speaker of the Arkansas House is to make two appointments to the commission.