Allison Park

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Name Allison Park
Chapter Beta Epsilon
Syracuse University
Date Inducted Fall 2002
Roll Number
Alumni Chapter/Assoc NYMAAC
Honorary Member
Major Women's Studies
Birthdate 2/22/1982

Allison Park (born 22 Feb 1982) is an Alumni Member of Beta Epsilon Chapter (Chapter roll #) at Syracuse University.

Early Fraternity Life and Career

Allison attended Syracuse University after attending Jesuit High School in Portland, OR. The cultural transition posed many challenges, but she was able to find her niche in her academics, rowing for Syracuse Crew, singing with Hendrick's Chapel Choir, and inevitably, with Phi Sigma Pi.

After graduating from Syracuse in 2004, Allison moved to New York City, where she began a career in fundraising and special event planning. She currently works at The City College of New York in the Office of Development and Institutional Advancement. Outside of Phi Sig, Allison is actively involved with ZogSports, where her softball, volleyball and football teams have helped raise money for social awareness groups like AFS-USA, World Wildlife Federation, and Young Survival Coalition.

Collegiate Years at Beta Epsilon Chapter

While only an active member of the Beta Epsilon chapter for a year an a half, Allison found herself immersed in various activities, receiving the "Above and Beyond" Service Award two of her three active semesters. She sat as Chair of the Programming and Education Committee Fall 2003 and organized educational events, including a trip to the Corning Museum of Glass, wine tasting on the Cayuga Wine Trail, and informational sessions preparing younger brothers for semesters abroad as well as living off campus.

Allison also participated on the Media Committee. She assisted with co-writing the monthly publication, increasing visibility for Spring Rush, and designed the Senior "year book" publication, Parting Thoughts. For her efforts with Parting Thoughts, Allison received the Committee Member of the Month Award.

Alumni Years to Present

  • NYMAAC (2004-present)
    • executive board member

National Involvement

Bigs and Littles

Allison Park's Big Sister is Kimberly Van Dyke, who is a visual artist based out of Seattle, WA. Allison has one Little Brother, Binh Huynh '06, who is an Admissions counselor at Syracuse University.

Further Resources

  • web page?

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