As programming has expanded so too has the creative and professional staff at INTERFORM. With expertise ranging from art curation, fashion design and education, master tailoring, creative and artistic direction, non-profit development, public and radio personality, music production, and live event production, the team at INTERFORM is set to take on big ideas with a community focus. Learn more about this great group

Robin Wallis Atkinson

(She / Her / Hers)
Chief Executive Officer, INTERFORM

Robin Wallis Atkinson is the CEO of INTERFORM (formerly known as NWA Fashion Week and Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum). Her professional career as a curator and arts organizer got its start here in Northwest Arkansas in the early 2000s. One of the founding members of Art Amiss Inc., Atkinson has been an active participant in the Northwest Arkansas art community for more than a decade. Atkinson has lived and worked in New Orleans, New York, and The Netherlands. She has contributed to international art exhibitions such a Prospect New Orleans, the ground-breaking contemporary art biennial that opened in 2008, collaborated with museums and galleries across Europe and in Asia, and has taught curatorial curriculum at the early college level in Manhattan. Her work is focused on the role of arts in the community and art’s relationship to place. In addition to curatorial work, Atkinson also serves selectively as an art consultant for private collections, as well as for non-profit organizations on the topics of community development, cultural programming, and non-profit financial management. She holds BA in Art History from the University of Arkansas and a Masters of Curatorial Studies from the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College in New York.

Basana Chhetri

(She / Her / Hers)
Senior Director of Fashion Design & Apparel Education, INTERFORM

Basana Chhetri is a Nepalese-American designer from Arkansas. Born and raised in Nepal and educated and trained in Nepal, Japan and England, Basana Chhetri is a costume designer and & artist by profession. After completing her fashion design education in Kyoto, Japan, she returned back to her native country Nepal and started multiple businesses and boutiques along with the first Fashion School in Nepal, called “Contemporary Institute of Arts and Fashion”. Over the span of 20+ years she has contributed towards the Govt. of Nepal’s fashion design curriculum, showcased her designs in various fashion shows, been a panel judge for Miss Nepal, managed a business that produced and marketed designer pashmina products in Japan, been an educator and advisor to fashion institutions in Nepal and the founder and main designer for a boutique in London. She has also showcased her creative work in fine arts with paintings on stretched canvases, plain silk and wearable fabrics while creating a fusion of traditional art-work and apparel design. Her solo exhibitions were  held in Tokyo, New York and the Walton Art gallery in Fayetteville Arkansas. She has also presented her work in NWA Fashion week for two seasons. Previously, Basana has worked with Arkansas Arts and Fashion Forum in teaching sewing & stitching classes focused on Marshallese students to empower women in the local community. Basana is quintilingual with an extensive cross cultural upbringing and exposure that shapes her creative expressions.

Richard Cotto

(He / Him / His)
Senior Director of Small Batch and Production, INTERFORM

Born and raised in San Juan Puerto Rico, Richard pursued an Associates and a Bachelors in Fashion and Design. Even before culminating his professional degrees his technical expertise passed down from familiar generations and avant-garde design aesthetics earned him recognitions in major magazines like Ocean Drive and HOLA. Shortly after graduating Richard had the opportunity to work along prominent design houses and manufacturing facilities in the Island, something that sparked an interest for manufacturing and the technical side of the apparel world. In 2014 he moved to the United States to complete his Masters with a concentration in Arts and Apparel Design. Living by the philosophy of “dare to be deviant from the norm” his design aesthetic has evolved and transformed in the search for understanding the human body in order to create a gender/queer design line that encompasses structure, intent and empowerment. His approach to fashion has given him the opportunity to show his work in some of the biggest fashion week platforms in the USA and South America. In 2016 Richard decided to join apparel Corporate America in the search for that technical spark that came to be back in Puerto Rico. Since then his professional career has been focused not only in design but in every area of the product lifecycle; from product development, technical design and pattern making to supply chain, logistics and production for companies and clients like Dillards, Under Armour, and New Balance to mention a few. 

Cedric Fonville

(He / Him / His)
Chief of Staff, INTERFORM

Cedric Fonville was born and raised in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. His professional career began in 2006 when
he joined the Navy upon graduating from Star City High School. After six years, he left the military to
pursue entrepreneurial opportunities and to obtain a degree in Finance and Business Management from
the University of Arkansas in 2012. He began working at INTERFORM in the summer of 2021. Outside of
his role, Cedric also runs a small business called NICE, LLC. His interests include investing, personal and
professional development, traveling, sports, and entrepreneurship.

James Whalen

(He / Him / His)
Director of Operations, INTERFORM

James Whalen is the Director of Operations for INTERFORM. He grew up in Northwest Arkansas, but is originally from the United Kingdom. As a graduate of SAE: Institute of Technology, New York City in Audio Engineering, James has spent the last 15 years working in all aspects of production, design, and support for events, theatre, and house-of-worship productions. He has been a Sound Designer and Engineer on Off-Broadway productions that have received critical acclaim, helped teams produce almost 2,000 events in a single year, and has been involved with NWA Fashion Week since 2014. James has spent his career supporting the teams and people around him and is excited to bring that same level of care and commitment to the INTERFORM team and the communities and programs they work with. When not in the office, you’ll usually find James going on adventures with his wife Jess and their two dogs, Ron and Leslie, renovating their house, researching something, watching YouTube, playing Destiny 2, or spending time laying down on the pickleball court.

Meagan Zavala

(She / Her / Hers)
Director of Development, INTERFORM

Meagan Zavala was born and raised in Massachusetts, moved to New York City where she attended and graduated from Marymount Manhattan College with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts. After graduating, Zavala went on to work in marketing roles at the corporate office for women’s and men’s fashion brands – Milly by Michelle Smith and Hickey Freeman Tailored Clothing to name a few. During her time with these companies, she worked on all aspects of marketing from ad campaign planning to retail marketing strategy. At Hickey Freeman, Zavala managed photoshoots, worked to enhance our DTC business through email marketing, and in-store event planning. She supervised their philanthropic program – “Heroes & Leaders” – which provided hundreds of tailor-made suits to veterans. After moving to Bentonville, Arkansas with her husband about a year and a half ago – Zavala started a small personal styling and shopping business and simultaneously started getting involved in the local art and fashion scene in Northwest Arkansas. In August 2019, she joined the INTERFORM team (formally known as Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum) as Director of Development. Since joining, Zavala she has planned and executed fundraisers, community activations, and grants.  Since joining the team, she has been involved in creating the dialogue and programming around enhancing and growing the local fashion landscape.

Zack Ridenoure

(He / Him / His)
Creative & Communications Director, INTERFORM

Zack Ridenoure is a Northwest Arkansas native. After graduating from the University of Arkansas,
Fayetteville with a degree in Human Environmental Science majoring in Apparel Studies he moved to Dallas, Texas to continue his professional career as a visual merchandiser. At the privately owned department store, Stanley Korshak he dove deeper into the fashion side of retail, assisting on multiple photoshoots and managing the backstage of numerous fashion shows. After three years in Dallas, he moved to New York City where his continued career in visual merchandising opened up even more opportunities to grow. He led store openings, styled seasonal e-commerce photoshoots, and managed backstage of fashion shows for New York Men’s Fashion Week with the men’s clothing brand Suitsupply. He then took a position with men’s luxury brand Ermenegildo Zegna as a visual merchandiser for the Northeast in wholesale and quickly moved into the retail division. Zack has now returned to his hometown after eleven years abroad with the experience and passion to help INTERFORM continue to cultivate a community of arts and fashion.

Rochelle Bailey

(She / Her / Hers)
Communications Manager, INTERFORM

Ro Bailey is a former radio personality, veteran, and model who joined INTERFORM as the Communications Manager in October 2020. Born in California and raised in East Tennessee, Bailey moved to Fayetteville in 2012 with her son True and has enjoyed living and working in Northwest Arkansas. Shortly after moving to NWA, she became involved with Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week in 2015 as a runway and editorial model. By 2017, she became NWAFW’s Assistant Director of Modeling where she mentors new models and trains them in how to walk confidently on the runway, build their portfolios, prioritize their health and safety, and expand their brands. With her background in radio, Bailey currently hosts INTERFORM podcast, a biweekly podcast with a fresh perspective on current events with insightful guests and thought-provoking episodes. In less than a year, INTERFORM podcast had over 500 downloads. Ro strives to be an asset to her family and her community through cultivating diversity and visibility for local models. 

Abwe Abedi

(He / Him / His)
Coordinator of Sewing Operations, INTERFORM

Abwe Abedi moved to Northwest Arkansas on May 8, 2018. He is a survivor of his original country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 1996, he fled to a refugee camp in Tanzania where he was for 22 years. Abwe graduated with a degree in Church’s Leadership and Growing at Colorado AFMIN Leadership Institute while he was at Nyaruguse Refugee Camp in Tanzania on June 4, 2017. He is the founder of Grace Church and Of Grace (Groupe de Réflexion et d’Actions Communautaires d’Epanoruissement), a development initiative in that refugee camp. They worship, teach English as a Second Language (ESL), and sewing practice. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Abwe’s previous employer reduced his hours, but he (Jabez; 1 Chronicle 4:9-10) got grace to recover a full-time contract job with INTERFORM (formally known as Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum) in April 2020 to share the sewing skills he has acquired over 25 years to sew masks to donate to prevent the community spread of COVID-19. On May 29, 2020, Abwe became Director of Sewing Operations as a full-time employee of INTERFORM in June 2020. That did he rejoice in. Psalm 46:1

Jessica Robin McClendon

(She / Her / Hers)
Sewing Studio Assistant, INTERFORM

Jessica Robin McClendon has lived in Northwest Arkansas her whole life.  She has sewn since she was a child learning from both her mother and grandmother, but really explored it in a whole new way in the Theater Department at the University of Arkansas.  Excited by this new possibility she worked as a seamstress at the theater costume shop most of her college years and graduated in 2001 with a theater degree having specialized in costuming.   In the early 2000s she began selling items she had created including hand embroidered bags, velveteen bunnies, and other creations.  Recent sewing explorations include creating a sewing club for elementary children, creating a sewing curriculum for a middle school classroom, learning to block print fabric, trying natural dying with avocado pits (which makes a pink color surprisingly), patterning stuffed animals, hosting a kids craft show, sewing clothing using vintage patterns, studying ethnic clothing, repurposing and repairing clothing, knitting a sweater, getting vintage sewing machines working again, perfecting pocketed skirty pants, and sewing with her 12 year old daughter.  She loves the way sewing and working with your hands creates a shared space. 

Isabella Wisinger

(She / Her / Hers)
Marketing Coordinator, INTERFORM

Isabella Wisinger was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas. She moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas in 2018 to attend the University of Arkansas. There she earned a bachelor of arts in journalism with a specialization in advertising & public relations and served as the Editor-In-Chief of The Diamond Line, university’s literary magazine. As a student, Wisinger worked in floristry within the horticulture department. She also started a freelance copywriting service through the online platform Upwork. Wisinger is a published poet and visual artist, and continually seeks new modes of creative expression. Her participation as a performer in INTERFORM community events led her to shadow at NWAFW, and then join the team full-time as its Marketing Coordinator. She is excited to use her education and experience in a professional role to serve the Northwest Arkansas community.

Berenice Alcala

(She / Her / Hers)
Executive Assistant, INTERFORM

Berenice Alcala, originally from the colorful country of Mexico, was raised in Northwest Arkansas. Her journey in working for the community began in 2017, where she has been able to gain vast experience in the nonprofit sector in event coordination, project management, social media management, marketing, and creative work, catapulting her career as a young professional. She is very passionate about community integration and making a positive impact. In 2020, she obtained her Associate of Science in business administration from Northwest Arkansas Community College, and is currently a senior at the Sam Walton college of Business where she is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in marketing and business. Her love for fashion and modeling introduced her to Interform where she has participated in various fashion week events. Her two passions merged when she officially joined the interform team the summer of 2022. She is excited to continue growing and learning and being a part of an amazing team and serving her community.

Darrell Green

(He / Him / His)
Programming Coordinator, INTERFORM

Darrell Green is the Programming Coordinator for INTERFORM. He was born and raised in Star City, AR, and is a graduate of the University of Central Arkansas’s filmmaking program. After obtaining his Bachelor’s Degree, he later moved to Fayetteville in 2015 and worked in education while freelancing as a photographer and videographer. His interests include outdoor activities such as hiking and biking.

Rachel Woody Pumford

(She / Her / Hers)
Community Liaison, INTERFORM

Rachel Woody-Pumford is the Community Liaison for INTERFORM. She moved to Arkansas from the Dallas-area to attend the University of Arkansas where she graduated in 2015 summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and with a Bachelor’s in Social Work. Woody-Pumford began volunteering with Arkansas Fashion Week in May 2017 while looking for a creative outlet to utilize her administrative skills with her love of fashion and working with the community. She became INTERFORM’s (formerly known as Arkansas Arts & Fashion Forum’s) first full-time employee in August 2018 as the Executive Assistant and transitioned to the Educational Program Coordinator in May 2019 and then Director of Programming in Spring 2020. She was a pivotal figure in the development of all of INTERFORM’s Educational Pilot Programs and continues to expand educational workshops and mentorship opportunities for Arkansas-based creatives.


Chairman, Interform

Elizabeth Chappelear

Elizabeth Chappelear is Senior Director, Benefits for Tyson Foods in Springdale, AR. She leads a team of various benefit professionals to support Tyson’s Benefit Philosophy for over 144,000 team members across the United States. Across her 20-year career, she has experience in driving strategic benefits administration, executing communication campaigns, and ensuring regulatory compliance. A recipient of M.S. in Health Communication, Elizabeth has a broad knowledge of developing communications that resonate across diverse groups. Elizabeth has lived in various cities and states but is happy to call Northwest Arkansas her final landing spot. She enjoys art shows, plays, visiting museums, kayaking, hiking, scrapbooking, and a variety of other activities. She has a daughter in college who will be transferring over to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) majoring in Sequential Art. Elizabeth has contemporary knowledge of the importance of art and its influence in a young adult life; seeing firsthand how it enriched her daughter’s life.

Vice Chairman, Interform

Jack Avery

Born and raised in a suburb of St. Louis, MO, Jack has lived in Fayetteville, AR since 2007. He found his way to Fayetteville after having received a bachelor’s as DePauw University in Greencastle, IN, and completing a two-year commitment to the Teach for American Corps in Charlotte, NC. Jack moved to Arkansas to transition out of education and into the for-profit sector as he worked in manufacturing sales for Ash Grove Packaging. He continued to work there while attending graduate school at the University of Arkansas until graduation in 2011 when he transitioned to Rich Products, where he works today. Throughout his entire life, Jack has always been drawn to charity, a way to support and give back to the community he has received so much from. As an undergrad, Jack served as the logistics coordinator for Relay for Life of the American Cancer Society in the second-largest event in the nation. As a young professional, Jack served as an Assistant Scoutmaster for a Boy Scout troop in Charlotte, NC, and has helped several organizations in Arkansas ranging from Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Redbone Fishing Tournament to the American Diabetes Association Kiss A Pig Gala and American Heart Association’s Paint the Town Red. Jack got involved with Fashion Week in 2017 when Jordan Sherrod, Chairman Emeritus, asked to help organize volunteers for the event. He has continued to support the organization since as a means to help local designers, artists, and small businesses in Northwest Arkansas.

Treasurer, Interform

Andrew Zurborg

Andrew Zurborg was born and raised in Springdale, AR, and has lived in Fayetteville since he attended the University of Arkansas. He graduated from the University of Arkansas in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree from Fulbright College.

After graduating, Andrew began working for Legacy National Bank, which is headquartered in Springdale, as a credit analyst in the loan department. Currently, Andrew works as the VP Portfolio Manager for the loan portfolio at the bank’s branch in Fayetteville. Andrew works with managing and growing Legacy’s commercial loan portfolio in Fayetteville ranging from small business start-ups to large established businesses in Northwest Arkansas.

Andrew has always been passionate about supporting and giving back to the community whether through working with local businesses in a professional capacity or volunteering with local organizations.

Secretary, Interform

Kathleen Gonzalez

Kathleen Gonzalez is a native Californian who was raised in Mexico and returned to the United State to attend school at the University of Arkansas in 2007. She graduated from the University of Arkansas with her BA in Architecture Studies in 2011. In 2018 she received her Master’s In Business Administration from John Brown University in Siloam Springs. She has been a part of the NWAFW family since 2013 where she began as a model. She is currently participating in her current role as Director of Modeling for NWAFW where she trains and coaches models on the runway and editorials. She lives in Bentonville with her son, Christopher, and works for The Coca-Cola Company as a Data Analyst.  She is also currently serving on The University of Arkansas Alumni Board of Directors. 

General Counsel, Interform

Meredith Lowry

Meredith is a patent attorney, assisting a variety of individual entrepreneurs and companies in their efforts to obtain a patent, trademark, and copyright protection. Her practice is focused on the variety of consumer goods and fashion items developed and commercialized here regionally and internationally. In 2015, she drafted the legislation to protect the likeness of individual Arkansas residents from commercialization, which is commonly known as the Broyles Act and is the most recent legislative change to intellectual property law in Arkansas. Meredith has been named a Rising Star by Mid-South Super Lawyers from 2012-2015 in the field of Intellectual Property and is included in the 2018 and 2019 editions of The Best Lawyers in America® in Patent Law.

Meredith is an active volunteer in Northwest Arkansas, also lending her time beyond AAFF to the following committees and organizations:

*Alzheimer’s Association’s Blondes vs. Brunettes Flag Football team as co-captain for NWA Team Brunette

*American Diabetes Association planning committee for the annual Kiss a Pig Gala

*Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families Northwest Arkansas Soup Sunday committee

*Arkansas Small Business Technology Development Center, Fayetteville speaker

*Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Artinfusion council

*Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce Leadership Fayetteville planning committee

*Northwest Arkansas Technology Summit planning committee and as co-chair in 2017

*Northwest Arkansas Technology Summit Women in Technology planning committee chair

*Scott Family Amazeum annual Ungala planning committee

*Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA Development Committee and Community Leadership Council

Board Member, Interform

Denise Thomas

A respected business strategist both in Arkansas and across the globe, Denise Thomas has more than 25 years of experience in international trade. She has built a career connecting people and products through bilateral partnerships that focus on ethical sourcing and sustainability. Denise is passionate about helping small businesses grow and access the global marketplace, and she uses her expansive network to empower professionals with the tools they need to increase clientele and connect with the right partners.

A 14-year veteran of the World Trade Center Arkansas, Denise most recently served as the Center’s director of Africa, European and Middle East trade. But her career in economic development began in Florida, where she joined the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce in 1998. There she created a small business center with the U.S. Small Business Administration to house several chambers and centers under one roof. The location became a one-stop shop for entrepreneurs.

A California native, Denise has made her home in Northwest Arkansas since 2003, when she joined Walmart as a recruiter. She worked with the world’s largest retailer to build strategic teams in diverse markets, both domestically and internationally. Eager to share her talents and resources, Denise works to empower the next generation of Arkansas leaders by encouraging them to live complete, rich, harmonious, love-filled lives.

Board Member, Interform

Stella Bray

Stella is currently serving as the Director for Supply Chain Security Governance with Walmart Inc. Since joining Walmart in 2007, Stella has held a variety of leadership roles in apparel, visual merchandising, responsible sourcing, and customs security compliance. 

Stella brings both breadth and depth of experience in manufacturing, factory production, product development, and creative services, having worked in a range of roles from creative design, technical design, and patternmaking to production management and merchandizing. Beginning her career working in sewing factories, Stella worked her way through a variety of positions from sewing machine operator, owning an apparel design company to her current role at Walmart. In 1989 she opened her first company called Chief Cutting Service, which grew into Robella’s, an apparel house specializing in high-end Missy separates. In 2003 she entered into the retail side of the business, working in product development, sourcing, visual merchandising, and compliance.

She grew up on a farm in North Texas, just outside of Dallas. The house was filled with family antiques lovingly passed down, and lots of handmade textiles by her Mum and Aunties. The rural life gave her a rooted love for nature. The talent of her Mum and the arts that surrounded the family gave her the love for the traditional. Living in Dallas metropolitan area gave the appreciation for urban, contemporary, and the energy the metro produced. 

Stella is known for her continuous quest to “connect the dots” that each of us represents in this wonderful journey where life and art intersect. She encourages the meaningfulness that comes from creating and the empowerment creativity gives each of us to make a positive difference.

Board Member, Interform

Seth Roy

Seth is currently serving as the Senior Director II of Design and Construction with Walmart Inc. Since joining Walmart in 2019, Seth has led the Construction of the Walmart New Home Office megaproject in Bentonville, AR. 

Seth graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Engineering and environmental Sciences and subsequently received his commission in the Army as a Combat Engineer Officer.  Following deployment overseas, he worked through the Commercial Construction Management industry and on to the Owner’s side of the table on the Apple Park Megaproject in Cupertino, CA.  Seth received his MSc from University of Oxford in Major Programme Management in 2016 with a focus on asymmetric information risk management.

Seth is a builder at heart and brings deep experience in contracting, negotiation, scenario planning and organizational design stemming from practical experience and supported by academic theory and research.

Seth grew up Southeastern Massachusetts, just outside of Providence, RI. He has worked on five continents and is very happy to call NWA home where he resides with his wife Debbie and three children.

Board Member, Interform

Debbie Roy

Debbie Roy is the owner and CEO of Red Ladder LLC, a Bentonville-based property company featuring furnished short term rentals. Originally from the suburbs of Boston, MA, Debbie is a Bentonville transplant, and loves the area. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Salem State University and studied Interior Design at the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University.  Debbie resides with her Husband, Seth and their three children and their menagerie of pets. 

Board Member, Interform

Tony Waller

Tony Waller is Senior Director, Constituent Relations for Walmart in Bentonville, AR.  In his position, he actively works in helping to set strategy for the company’s outreach opportunities and social investments in diverse and multicultural communities.  His portfolio includes the African American, Hispanic, Asian American & Pacific Islander, and Native American communities as well as Women, People with Disabilities, and Millennials. Tony joined Walmart in December 2006.

Tony is a strong supporter of the arts and serves on the Corporate Advisory Council of the Walton Arts Center in Fayetteville, AR. A graduate of the University of Virginia, he is a diehard WAHOO. He remains very active with The University and served on the board of the Walter N. Ridley Scholarship Fund, named after its first African-American graduate. In addition, he is a passionate collector of African-American art & sculpture, antique watches, vintage cuff links, eyewear, children’s storybooks and quotes. Shoes however are his kryptonite.

Tony strives to live each and every day by the words of his mother, Barbara jean Motley Waller, “Keep flowing with The River for The River knows exactly where It is going.”

Board Member, Interform

Carli Rosencranz

Carli Rosencranz has eleven years of experience and held multiple roles at Walmart, starting in Marketing supporting Hardlines and Seasonal,  and currently is the Senior Director of Private Brands, Dry Grocery & Commercial Bread.  She leads a team of talented culinary, food science, and sourcing professionals, responsible for the sourcing and development of over 1,800 Private Brand items across 50+ categories with over $6B in annual sales. She is passionate about developing and challenging others as well as herself and has a broad network of mentees and mentors in various areas of the business.

Carli completed graduate school in Market Research at UT Arlington. She spent five years with Dallas- area Decision Analyst and had the opportunity to work with many clients across various industries while progressing from Intern to Project Director to Account Executive and then Sr. Research Manager.  Knowing she wanted to eventually move beyond research to take on a business management role, she chose to leave Dallas for Tyson Foods, where she joined the Insights team and later progressed into Product Management and then Innovation.

She is blessed to have been married to her best friend, Jeremy, for the past 20 years. They have two crazy, funny, adorable kids – Nadia (10) and Gunnar (7). Her time as the coffee buyer for Walmart has instilled in her a deep passion for smallholder coffee farmers, and she has made a couple of trips to Rwanda over the past few years where she is now working with local business owners and entrepreneurs to create sustainable income opportunities for coffee communities through complementary business models (ask her about banana fiber!). She is actively involved in her church, where she sings on the praise team, serves in the pre-teen ministry, and supports various other initiatives.

Board Member, Interform

Fei Debrum

Feiloouga Debrum grew up in Samoa and moved to Northwest Arkansas with her family from San Diego, California 4 years ago.  Debrum taught at Ajeltake Elementary School in the Marshall Islands, but now owns her own Nutrition Club and is a Zumba instructor and a Personal Wellness Coach for Herbalife. Debrum also works with the Arkansas Coalition of Marshallese (ACOM) on the Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP). She loves to sew and inspire people to live an active and healthy lifestyle.