Alyson Perry is planning a career in politics, so it seems fitting she recently represented CCRI at a national conference in Washington, D.C.
Perry, an East Greenwich native, recently returned from the Campus Women Lead national conference, where she represented CCRI in discussions and panels focused on pressing issues facing female students.
The event featured female student leaders from across the country and highlighted the importance of building pipelines for other female student body leaders.
“I was the only student from a community college and it was great to share my perspective about the opportunities here and in Rhode Island,” she said. “It turned into a fantastic experience for me.”