Greg Cockmon

Greg Cockmon: A Look Inside Arkansas Money & Politics’ 2024 C-Suite

May 1, 2024

The C-Suite: That place where most of us strive to be when we launch a career. Referring to the cluster of top-level executive positions within most companies — the C-Suite entails hard work, high stress and long hours. But the rewards can be substantial.

AMP asked readers to tell us who their favorite C-Suite executives were. Their titles may not precisely reflect “CEO” or any of the others, but their roles do. This isn’t a “best of” or a “top executives” list; but it’s a way to recognize many of those business executives in Arkansas whose hard work makes The Natural State a great place to live and work.

Greg Cockmon CEO

Cromwell Architects Engineers

Greg Cockmon is a seasoned architect and CEO who is working to lead Cromwell Architects Engineers in Little Rock to success with visionary leadership. A graduate of Southern Arkansas University Tech in East Camden and the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture, he joined Cromwell as an intern architect in 1989, and his career spans more than three decades. Cockmon’s professional experience includes master planning, corporate headquarters, educational facilities, medical structures and residential projects. Having served as president for four years, Cockmon’s transformative leadership at Cromwell contributed significantly to its growth. Appointed CEO in 2020, his forward-thinking approach and insightful direction continue to drive innovation and excellence. Beyond architecture, Cockmon is dedicated to community service, having held leadership roles with the American Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and his church.

To view the full list visit the original publication, A Look Inside Arkansas Money & Politics’ 2024 C-Suite, by Arkansas Money and Politics

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