Charolette J. Wagner

State Legislator (Retired)

Charolette Wagner

A Timeline Professional Milestones 

1946

Born in Monette, Arkansas to Gordon and Flossie Green.

1967

Receives a Bachelor of Science in English from Arkansas State University.

1975

Receives a Master of Arts from the University of Kentucky.

1975

Earns a real estate broker license.

1979

Named among Outstanding Young Woman of America.

1986

Becomes superintendent of the Etowah School District in Gadsden, Alabama.

1987

Certified in gifted and talented education.

1987

Becomes a coordinator of federal and gifted and talented programs for Manila Public Schools in Manila, Arkansas.

1987

Becomes a and a technology coordinator and grant writer for Manila Public Schools in Manila, Arkansas.

2001

Certified as an Arkansas school administrator and becomes superintendent of Manila Public Schools.

2003

Listed in Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals.

2004

Becomes a sales representative for Harcourt Rigby Steck-Vaughn Book Publishing Co.

2007

Elected as a member of District 77 of the Arkansas House of Representatives.

2010

Listed in Who’s Who in the South and Southwest.

2012

Listed in Who’s Who in American Politics.

2018

Presented with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.

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