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Alumni Relations

Ashley Honeywell Named Director of Alumni Relations

Episcopal Collegiate School is pleased to announce the appointment of Ashley Honeywell to the newly-created position of Director of Alumni Relations. Ashley first served as teacher in 2000 when the Jackson T. Stephens campus opened. She added Director of Admission to her role in 2005 while continuing to teach.

Ashley was the School’s fifth Director of Admission and served in that role for eleven years while primarily focused on Middle and Upper School. When Ashley started her work in Admissions, the school’s enrollment was 386. Today, it is 780.

As a member of the Upper School faculty, Ashley started the school’s broadcast journalism program, creating Episcopal Collegiate School Television or ECTV, a student-run television program. The program has consistently been recognized with numerous awards from the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association and the Student Television Network. Ashley will continue as the Broadcast Journalism Advisor in her new role.

“I’m thrilled to be back in the classroom again as an active member of our Upper School community. The opportunity to work with our thirteen classes of graduates, or “Episcalums,” as we have grown to call them presents me with the exciting chance to re-connect with and engage our alumni on campus,” said Honeywell.

“One of the this aspects of this job that excites me the most is the chance to celebrate the accomplishments of our alumni. There is no better group to tell our story and demonstrate the value of the Episcopal Collegiate School experience.”

As Director of Alumni Relations, Ashley will be actively involved with our current seniors as they make the transition to alumni at the end of the school year. She will also plan alumni reunions and gatherings, as well as an alumni speaker series in Chapel. Ashley remains a member of the Institutional Advancement Team in her new position.