Board of Directors


Articles of Incorporation Link:      HERE 

 Board of Directors

Who Decides, Inc.
Board of Directors  a diverse group of professionals whose vision & leadership help guide the organization.


Donna Parks 
Email:   donna_sloan65@yahoo.comdonna

Donna currently serves as the Interim President for Who Decides, Inc.

She is native of Altheimer, Arkansas, Donna holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and a Master in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Donna is currently employed by Change Healthcare for the past 5 years. She has received numerous accolades for outstanding service, recognition awards for her outstanding leadership and exceeds metrics in her work performance.

Donna’s work experience includes Management, Financial Analyst, Billing Manager, Insurance Agent and Claims Examiner.

In her spare time, Donna enjoys spending time with her grandbaby, volunteering her time at the Jack Jones Juvenile Center as a volunteer probation office, spending time with her family & friends, volunteering time and service to Diva’s Leaving No Pages Unturned Book Club, worshiping God, being an inspiration to others and reading,

Alison Carter 

Alison Carter

Alison Carter currently serves as Treasurer for Who Decides, Inc. She received her bachelors’ degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting from San Diego State University in 1990. She worked in accounting and financial auditing for 20 years including five years for an international CPA firm. She holds an inactive CPA license in California. She recently received a juris doctor degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law and is a member of the Alaska bar. She learned about Who Decides and Kenneth Reams while organizing an event for Student Week Against the Death Penalty in 2015.

Ms. Carter has served on many nonprofit boards, usually as treasurer. She now limits her nonprofit commitment to Who Decides, Inc. as she begins a new career in criminal defense and community advocacy. She enjoys skiing in winter and canoeing and hiking in summer and bicycling year-round.


Megan Ford
Public Relations Director

meganMegan Ford currently serves as the Public Relations Director and Assistant Treasurer for Who Decides, Inc. and is one of the original incorporators. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, with minor in Mass Communications from the University of Central Arkansas. Megan also holds a Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology, also from the University of Central Arkansas.

Megan is actively licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Arkansas, as well as Missouri, and is employed as a Community Mental Health Therapist. Megan has over 8 years of experience in working in the mental health field; and has over 5 years of experience of working for a non-profit agency.

Megan has volunteered with numerous organizations; consisting of the NAACP, Boys and Girls Club, “Choosing to Excel”, Minority Mentorship, Students for the Propagation of Black Culture (SPBC), Student Activities Board (SAB), Counseling and Psychology Students (CAPS), Mental Health Council of Arkansas, Second Baptist Church, Who Decides, Inc., and Boy Scouts of America.

Megan's hobbies include traveling, photography, and makeup artistry.


 Constance Williams

 A native of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Constance holds a Bachelor of Arts constancedegree in Criminal Justice from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and a Master of Science degree in Justice and Security Administration from the University of Phoenix. Employed by the Federal Government for 8 years, she has received numerous public service awards for her outstanding work performance and her dedication to the mission of the organization. Constance’s work experience includes providing analytic support to Senior Managers, monitoring key strategic performance metrics, reviewing and approving budgets, monitoring budget authorities, and ensuring that Public Housing Agencies are in compliance with Federal laws, rules, and regulations.

Constance has more than 3 years of non-profit experience and currently serves as the Secretary on the Board of Creative Ideas, Incorporated, where she has assisted with planning and coordinating events catered to the mission of the organization which is geared towards promoting life through the construction of art. She is also an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. In her spare time, Constance enjoys volunteering, spending time with her family & friends, reading, helping others, decorating, constructing crafts, and graphic design.

Kenneth Reams

SK927 P.O. BOX 400
Grady, Arkansas 71644

Kenneth Reams is the founder of Who Decides, Inc. Kenneth was born in 1974 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Although he received no formal training, art was one of the few activities he enjoyed growing up.

In 1993, Mr. Reams was convicted of murder and sentenced to death. He has resided on death row and has lived in solitary confinement 23 hours a day in his small cell ever since.

In 2012, he began creating art sculptures, painting and drawings that would cause viewers to think about the controversial subject of capital punishment and solitary confinement. All of the works created by Mr. Reams were produced in his 6’ by 9’ cell with limited access to art materials.

With the assistance of others, he founded Who Decides, Inc., a 501© (3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. His aim is to begin presenting future death penalty shows through this organization and to work towards establishing a National Museum of Capital Punishment.

Sister Helen Prejean, CSJ
Honorary Board Member

Or by writing to:
Who Decides, Inc. P. O. Box 13572, Maumelle, Arkansas 72113


Welcome to Who Decides, Inc. Who Decides, Inc. is a public-benefit organization. As a national network of activists, volunteers and dedicated people, we are committed to using various mediums of art such as creative writing, plays, visual art, dance, music and film as a way of educating society about the practice and history of capital punishment in America. The public events and forums that we present explore more than 400 years of the U.S. death penalty from all perspectives: the crime, the victims, the condemned, the methods of execution, and the laws. Our ultimate goal at Who Decides is to preserve the history of this controversial practice by establishing a national museum on the death penalty. This national museum will serve as an educational institution devoted to collecting, studying, exhibiting and interpreting America's extensive history on capital punishment.