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Maria Luisa M. Haley

Arkansas Economic Development Commission


Maria Luisa M. Haley

Maria Luisa M. Haley was named executive director of the Arkansas Economic Development Commission by Governor Mike Beebe in January 2007. She was previously senior director with Kissinger McLarty Associates. She served on the board of the Export Import Bank of the United States, was deputy assistant to President Bill Clinton and deputy director of Presidential Personnel at the White House. Maria also served as an advisor and consultant to President Gloria Arroyo and the Philippine government.


Article | January 6, 2011
Biotech in Arkansas   

By: Maria Luisa M. Haley

Located in the center of America’s heartland, Arkansas is the natural location for your new or expanding biotech business. Arkansas has a long...more >>


Article | September 9, 2010
Manufacturing Going Strong in Arkansas   

By: Maria Luisa M. Haley

Located in the center of America’s heartland, Arkansas is the natural location for your new or expanding business. The state enjoys a strong...more >>


Article | October 31, 2009
Arkansas - A Natural for Business   

By: Maria Luisa M. Haley

Known the world over as "The Natural State," Arkansas is the natural choice for business. Their dedicated workforce, competitive incentives,...more >>


Article | April 30, 2008
Arkansas - A Natural For Business   

By: Maria Luisa M. Haley

Arkansas – The Natural State – is also the natural choice for business. Their dedicated workforce, competitive incentives, attractive...more >>


Article | April 30, 2007
Flying High in Arkansas   

By: Maria Luisa M. Haley

Arkansas’ No. 1 export is aircraft and spacecraft. Approximately 10,000 Arkansans work in aerospace occupations such as aircraft parts and...more >>


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