Misty Bolton-Samuels is employed at the Fayetteville Police Department as the Police Systems Analyst in their Information Technology Division. Additionally, she served the police department voluntarily as a Child Safety Seat Installation Technician for many years and is a former Chair of the City of Fayetteville’s Staff Senate.
Misty is also involved in the community in numerous ways. As a member of the Junior League of NWA she recently began her 2-year term as President of the Board of Directors, and has previously served on the Board as President-Elect, Membership Vice-President and Community Vice-President as well as Chair and Vice-Chair of the Public Awareness Committee, Chair of the Provisional Member Committee, and as a New Member Trainer. She is a current committee member and former Chair of the NWA Women’s Shelter’s Fresh StART Event Committee, and has served several years on the “Go Red for Women” and Heart Ball Planning Committees for the American Heart Association. Misty has twice received the Fayetteville Police Department Community Service Award and is a recipient of the Junior League of NWA Community Star Award. She has also received the prestigious Order of the Pearl Award from Kappa Delta Sorority, a national award where she was recognized for her service to the community.
Misty is an alumna of Zeta Gamma Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority at the University of Arkansas and has continued to motivate both her alumnae and collegiate sisters to practice their open motto to ‘strive for that which is honorable, beautiful and highest.’ She has served several years on the Kappa Delta Council Advisory Board as the Community Service Advisor and recently stepped down from a 5-year term as Chair of the Board, but remains active on the board as the Alumnae Relations Advisor. She is also the President of NWA Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter.
When she is not working and/or volunteering, Misty and her husband, Malachi, frequently entertain guests at Dawn O’Malley’s, a recreational facility they have built on their property in Farmington. They also love to travel, attend concerts and play with their dog-children; Doug, a Doberman, and Holly Beth, a Miniature Pinscher.