Senior Assistant Attorney General Kate Donoven leads the Consumer Protection Division of the Arkansas Attorney General’s Office. With over ten years of experience in the office and five years of consumer protection experience, she is a proven leader. After graduating from the University of Arkansas School of Law, she served as deputy prosecuting attorney, an assistant attorney general in the civil and criminal divisions, and Ethics Counsel for the Department of Education. She is a native of California and led a class consumer protection litigation practice for a small firm in Santa Barbara before moving to Okinawa, Japan.

While living in Okinawa, she served as a Special Investigator for the U.S. State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Affairs and taught business law. She holds two bachelor’s degrees, certificates in negotiation and leadership, and is currently pursuing a certificate in strategic management at Harvard Extension School. She has three children, two cats, one garden and spends her free time practicing the tango, rumba, or west coast swing.