Two Pine Bluff residents are among 12 new members elected to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Foundation Fund Board effective March 28. They are selected for a term of three years and may serve up to three terms.

Two Pine Bluff residents are among 12 new members elected to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Foundation Fund Board effective March 28. They are selected for a term of three years and may serve up to three terms.

Dewayne Goldmon is the director of stakeholder relations for Monsanto and the owner/operator of Dell-Cam Farm in southeast Arkansas. He is a member of the University of Arkansas Alumni Association National Alumni Board of Directors and a former board member of the University of Arkansas Black Alumni Association.

Clifton Roaf has practiced dentistry in Pine Bluff for more than 40 years. He serves on the Jefferson Regional Medical Center Board of Directors and has served on Arkansas Higher Education Coordinating Board and the board of Simmons First National Bank.

The directors are elected to three-year terms and may serve up to three terms.