Fredrick Love serves as the Director of Community Services for Pulaski County Government. As Director, Mr. Love supervises a staff of 22 administrators and support staff and works with a combined budget of more than $22 million to implement a number of programs and projects aimed at improving quality of life for citizens of Pulaski County. During his tenure as Director, Mr. Love has guided Community Services in the direction of growth in the areas of economic and community development as well as community empowerment.
In addition to serving as Director of Community Services, Love is currently serving his sixth term in the Arkansas House of Representatives for District 29, which includes part of Pulaski County. For the 93rd General Assembly, Rep. Love serves on the Joint Budget Committee, the Joint Committee on Advanced Communication and Information Technology, the House Education Committee, and the House State Agencies and Govt’l Affairs Committee.
Representative Love also serves on a couple of national and regional legislative boards. He serves on the National Conference of State Legislatures Broadband Board as well as Vice Chair of the Southern Legislative Caucus Public Safety and Health board. Love previously served as the Minority Leader during the 92nd General Assembly as well as Vice Chair of City County Local Affairs.
Fredrick is a member on the boards of CareLink, Economics Arkansas, the Community Development Institute and the Arkansas STEM Network. He also serves on the Pulaski County Child, and Youth Services Advisory Board, Vine and Village, and is a member of the Arkansas Prince Hall Masonic Jurisdiction.
Mr. Love, his wife, ShaRhonda, and children, Fredrick II and Millicent, are active members of the Greater Second Baptist Church.