Warwick Sabin: The Visionary


He says he has the resume and ideas to move Little Rock forward. When Warwick Sabin was a kid growing up in New York, he won a trip to Arkansas. Colleges from across the country mailed the 17-year-old at East Hampton High School a bunch of brochures and fliers, talking about why they were more special than the others. But one stood out: the University of Arkansas. As a Boys State delegate in 1993, he got to meet President Bill Clinton during a ceremony in Washington. He soon contracted Clinton fever. A complimentary visit to Fayetteville to interview for a fellowship and a full scholarship helped seal the deal. Clinton confidante Diane Blair became his adviser at the UA, and her connections allowed...

Warwick Sabin: The Visionary

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