Kelley Linck is a former member of the Arkansas General Assembly. He was elected to the Arkansas House of Representatives in 2010 to represent an area in and around Marion County, his home county, where he was well-known and respected for his long-time leadership in business and civic organizations.
Kelley earned a Bachelor of Science in Business from Arkansas Tech University. After working for a period of time for J.B. Hunt Transportation, he returned to north Arkansas to own and operate a tourism business. Later he was Executive Director of the Ozark Mountain Region Tourism Association, a five-county tourism, trade, and marketing organization.
During Kelley’s service in the legislature, he served as Chair of the House Public Health Committee. He was recruited, near the end of his legislative tenure, by the Arkansas Department of Human services where he served in the positions of Chief of Staff and Director of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs.