Early Fraternity Life and Career
Alison transferred to ETSU after attending the College of Southern Maryland. After having a few years under her belt at ETSU she got an email to join Phi Sigma Pi. Intrigued by the idea of a co-ed Honors Fraternity, she decided to rush in 2008 where she learned that Phi Sigma Pi was much more than a bunch of co-eds having keg parties and panty raids. Once she got her bid she served as her initiate class secretary and was inducted into the Chapter with Alpha Initiate Class on December 1, 2008.
Collegiate Years at Epsilon Xi (2008 - 2011)
- Member National Development Committee (2010-1011)
- Initiate Advisor (Fall 2010 - Spring 2011)
- Historian (Spring 2009)
- Alpha Class Secretary (Fall 2008)
- Transfered the entire Epsilon Xi Initiate Program online (Fall 2010)
- ICR Flat Stanley Project (Spring 2010)
- Founders Day Formal (Spring 2010)
- Chapter Wiki Completion (Spring 2010)
- Thanksgiving Dinner (Fall 2009)
Alumni Years to Present
Alison was accepted into the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program with a concentration of Gender and Diversity Studies at East Tennessee State University. Her thesis looks at the gendered behaviors of women in prison. Alison also held a position on the Alumni Advisory Council of Epsilon Xi in 2011.
- Member National Development Committee (2010-2011)
- LiA Facilitator 2010
- Grand Chapter Delegate (2010)
- 2010 National Convention
- Mid South Region Conference: Clemson - ΒΚ (2009)
Bigs and Littles
Alison's big brother is Megan Singleton who is now an Alumni of Epsilon Xi chapter.
Alison has 2 Little Brothers:
Alison can be reached via email at zatc7[at]goldmail[dot]etsu[dot]edu
Other Interesting Facts
- Brother Travis Clark created the chapter award of Brother of Awesome and Alison was the first recipient.
- She had an AWESOME pen-pal named Clifford from a Teach for America school in Arkansas!
- Alison loves to travel outside of the US and plans on applying for a PhD program in Canada.
- Has 14 tattoos and 12 piercings.
- Made Jonah Goodman's day on 4/7/10 by creating her Wiki!
- Is a Ronald McNair Scholar (Summer 2010)