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Alison Jackson Frasier

Alison Jackson Frasier
  • Coordinator
  • Center for Student Leadership Development
  • Phone: 401.874.7835
  • Fax: 401.874.5317
  • Email: ajfrasier@uri.edu
  • Mailing Address: 50 Lower College Road
    Memorial Union, Room 210
    Kingston, RI 02881

Biography

Alison is a RI native, born in Providence and raised in Warwick. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies with a minor in Leadership Studies at the University of Rhode Island in 2004. During her time at URI, Alison was also an NCAA athlete. It was the combination of her roles as a student athlete and a student leader that empowered Alison to attain her Masters degree in Higher Education Administration with a concentration in Social Justice Education from the University of Massachusetts. While attending UMass, Alison also worked with Project Adventure Inc. as an Adventure Facilitator for Youth pursuing her passion for working with school-aged children by leading programs for students from many different backgrounds both on the challenge course in Beverly, MA and on site in many public and private schools. Upon completion of her Masters degree, Alison returned to her roots and accepted a position as Director of Recreational Programs and Special Events at Aim High Academy in East Greenwich, RI. During this time, Alison also had the opportunity to work as a Visiting Lecturer at Bridgewater State University. It was as a result of these combined experiences that Alison discovered her passion for training a new generation of experiential educators both in the classroom and on the challenge course. Upon Alison’s return to the Center for Student Leadership and the Leadership Studies Minor in November 2012, she has been pursuing this passion and advancing opportunities for Adventure Based Learning at URI.

Alison’s Strengths: Learner, Arranger, Achiever, Relator, Responsibility

Ask Alison about: HDF 290/Modern Leadership Issues, HDF 413, Student Organization Leadership Consultants, Leadership Certificate Program, General Leadership Studies Minor advising, North Woods Challenge Course, experiential learning opportunities/leadership workshops and retreats, Student-Athlete Affairs

Education

Master of Education, Higher Education Administration with a concentration in Social Justice Education, University of Massachusetts

Bachelor of Arts, Communication Studies with a minor in Leadership Studies, University of Rhode Island, 2004

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