Meet the Arkansas Insiders

Whether it’s January or July, you can find something interesting and fun to do every day here in Arkansas. Our bloggers work to cover the vast selection of attractions, activities and events around the state. To write about the myriad of outdoor events, culinary, historic and cultural attractions Arkansas has to offer, you need some of the best travel bloggers around. Each member on our team of Arkansas bloggers and travel writers covers a different region of the state and relates unique stories about food, fun, events, the outdoors and other Arkansas experiences not to be missed. Keep up with the state’s best travel bloggers to get insider vacation tips and ideas here on the Arkansas blog.

Zoie Clift has been a travel writer for the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism since 2006. She covers the Southwest region of Arkansas and enjoys taking photos to go with her articles. If you see her out and about say hi!
Leah DiPietro is the communications manager for Arkansas Tourism. She has been with the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism since 2014. Currently based in Central Arkansas, she is originally from Russellville.
Mary Osteen is the public information technician for Arkansas Tourism. Based in Little Rock, she maintains Arkansas.com’s multitude of databases for businesses, cities, trails, lakes, parks and more. She has been with the department since 2013.
Jill Rohrbach
Jill Rohrbach Northwest and North Central Arkansas jill.rohrbach@arkansas.gov
Jill Rohrbach is the travel writer for the 24 counties that comprise the Northwest and North Central regions of The Natural State. Based in Fayetteville, she has been with the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism since 1999.
Based in Little Rock, Katherine Stewart is the social media coordinator and the travel writer for the Central Arkansas region. She has been with the Department of Parks & Tourism since 2015.
Kim Williams is the travel writer for the 24 counties that comprise the Upper and Lower Delta regions of Arkansas. Kim has been a member of the Arkansas Tourism “family” since 2006.