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Very early on, Fredrick Love began on the path to becoming a leader. While a student at Little Rock’s Joe T. Robinson High, he attended Arkansas’ prestigious Governors School. He was also a member of the Beta Club and President of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).

He also served several years on the Little Rock Racial and Cultural Diversity Commission as Chair of the Education Committee. Among other roles that impact the youth of Arkansas, Fredrick volunteered as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters and serves on the Pulaski County Youth Services Advisory Board. He is also an active member of the Prince Hall Masons.

Fredrick was elected to the AR House of Representatives in November 2010, and is in his first term as a freshman legislator. The legislative committees Fredrick currently serves on includes: House Revenue & Taxation- Income Taxes-Personal & Corporate Subcommittee (Chair)., House Agriculture, Forestry & Economic Development- House Desegregation Litigation Oversight Subcommittee, Joint Advanced Communications And Information Technology , and Legislative Joint Auditing- Non-Voting: State Agencies & Govt'l Affairs- House, and Alternate.

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After completing his studies, Fredrick began to work in management in the private sector for several years, before returning to college to continue in his mission as a public servant. In order to gain more knowledge of public policy and

organizational skills, Fredrick enrolled in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He received his Master’s degree in Public Administration in 2004 and is currently working on his Doctorate of Public Health at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
Fredrick dedicates a great deal of his time to the community. He worked for the Arkansas Foodbank Network as the Child and Adult Services Coordinator for five years until accepting a position with the Pulaski County Government. While with the Arkansas Foodbank Network, Fredrick traveled throughout the state and experienced firsthand the devastating effects of hunger on Arkansans, especially children and seniors. A commitment to eradicating hunger and poverty in the state remains a key issue for Fredrick.
Fredrick also underscores the importance of volunteerism through his own volunteer service to Arkansas. He served on the Legislative Taskforce for Poverty and Economic Development where he chaired the Individual Security Committee.
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Fredrick continued to demonstrate the same determination to cultivate his leadership skills throughout his undergraduate career at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He was able to earn a seat on the Pulaski County Democratic Committee in 1998 while completing an internship, thus fueling his growing interest and fascination with Politics. In May of 1999, Fredrick received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science with an emphasis in Legal Studies.

As a freshman legislator, Representative Love has undertaken projects that will have a vast impact upon his district and the state. During his first term, he secured funding to construct a new health clinic within his district, to provide members Arkansas with access to much needed medical and dental care. Rep. Love also believes in the value of education and educating our children. Therefore, he has become a liaison between the Pulaski County Youth Services and the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, hosting college bound panels and ACT Prep courses for students and parents of high school students focusing on getting more minority students into college.
Fredrick is a member of Greater Second Baptist Church. Fredrick and his wife ShaRhonda live in Little Rock, Arkansas where they both grew up and are raising their son, Fredrick J Love II.
  Fredrick is dedicated to serving as an agent for change as demonstrated through an unparalleled commitment to the citizens of Little Rock and the people of Arkansas. He also serves as a positive role model to youth, exhibiting the value of hard work and the importance of education. Having displayed great loyalty to Arkansans, one can only expect Fredrick Love to move forward with a continued devotion to represent and uphold the values and beliefs of the people.