Kirsten Heintz joined UA-PTC in 2004 as a part-time speech instructor and
became a full-time speech instructor in 2009.
Kirsten received a Master of Education in Adult Education in 2000 from the
University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and a Master of Arts in Interpersonal and
Organizational Communication in 1999 from the University of Arkansas at Little
Rock, and a Bachelor of Arts in 1992 from the University of Arkansas at Little
Rock. She has also pursued her Doctorate in Higher Education at the University
of Arkansas at Little Rock.
Kirsten has been very involved in the following organizations: member of
Southern States Communication Association (SSCA), former SSCA Executive Council
Member, former SSCA 2-Year College Representative to NCA, former SSCA Community
College Division Secretary, former National Communication Association (NCA)
Legislative Assembly Member, former member, former board member and past
president of the North Little Rock Junior League, former Baptist Health Systems
Community Advisory Board member, UA-PTC Foundation volunteer, Phi Beta Lambda
Judge for state conference, Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund mentor.
In 2018, Kirsten received her ACUE certificate and has become very involved in the organization. She’s is the ACUE facilitator for UA-PTC, has published a jigsaw activity in a ACUE Moduel, served in 2019 as an editor, and in 2021 was asked to serve as a facilitator resource on the ACUE website.