Colette D. Honorable

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Colette D. Honorable
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Arkansas Public Service Commission
In office
October 2007 - Present
Term ends
Years in position 7
Base salary$129,420
Elections and appointments
AppointedOctober 2007
Appointed byGovernor of Arkansas
Term limitsN/A
Bachelor'sUniversity of Memphis
J.D.University of Arkansas at Little Rock School of Law
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Colette D. Honorable is the current chair of the Arkansas Public Service Commission. She was first appointed to the commission in October 2007 by Gov. Mike Beebe.

A January 2013 article in Governing named Honorable as one of the top state Democratic officials to watch in 2013.[1]


Before her appointment as a commissioner, Honorable was Governor Mike Beebe's chief of staff during his service as attorney general. Previously, she was a senior assistant attorney general and worked in the department's Consumer and Civil Litigation and Medicaid Fraud divisions. Before joining the state attorney general's office, she was a staff attorney at the Center for Arkansas Legal Services, a judicial law clerk for the Arkansas Court of Appeals and an assistant public defender.[2]


  • Bachelor's degree, University of Memphis
  • J.D., University of Arkansas[3]

Political career

Public Service Commissioner (2007-Present)

Honorable has served as a member of the Arkansas Public Service Commission since 2007. Honorable has served as Chair in 2008 and 2011.[4]



Honorable was first appointed to the Arkansas Public Service Commission in October 2007 by Gov. Mike Beebe.[2]

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