Winnfield Native Presented Prestigious Tenets of Tech Award from Louisiana Tech

On Feb. 25, 2021, Zac Little, Winnfield native and 2017 WSHS graduate was 1 of only 2 seniors
to be presented with the Tenets of Tech Award for acknowledgement of his academic
excellence and outstanding dedication and contribution to Louisiana Tech University at it’s
annual Who’s Who Banquet. Little, a senior at Louisiana Tech, was 1 of 100 seniors
nominated by faculty to be named to Tech’s Who’s Who. After resume submissions and
interviews, 20 were chosen as Who’s Who, and the top 2 were honored with the Tenets of Tech
Award.

Earlier this year, Mr. Little was selected via a rigorous process as Louisiana Tech’s
Homecoming King and also serves as 2020-2021 Student Government Association’s (SGA)
President. As an extremely active student at Louisiana Tech, Little also served as SGA’s Vice
President, Sophomore Class Senator and Freshman Class Senator. He also served as an
Orientation Student Leader, a Student Recruiter, a College of Business Ambassador and was
selected to Kappa Delta Soroity’s Dream Court.

He has been honored as the 2020-2021 College of Business Senior Scholar, and won the 2020
Louisiana Tech Spirit of Orientation Award, and named 2019 SGA Member of the Year.

Little will graduate on March 6, 2021 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. His future plans
are to remain at La Tech and obtain his Masters of Business Administration and then hopes to
attend law school. He is the son of Kelly and Ken Carpenter and Bodie Little.

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