Women’s Hall of Fame

Alison Logia

Alison Logia is a junior at Sequoia High School and a passionate, talented, energetic young woman dedicated to community service and improving the lives of others. As the youngest of three sisters in a single-parent household, she has had to take on many responsibilities that most people don’t face until adulthood. Her peers and those who work with her would never know this, as she handles everything she takes on gracefully and without complaint.

Alison is the President of Sequoia High School’s Key Club, a branch of the largest international high school community service club and Sequoia’s largest student organization. She sets agendas, leads meetings, organizes events and fundraisers, and inspires all who she encounters to join her in making a difference. Through Key Club, Alison has planted trees, worked with children with special needs, fundraised for the American Cancer Society, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and Pediatric Trauma Prevention, collected school supplies and jeans for underprivileged children in the community, and much more. She also serves as Executive Assistant for her Key Club division, which encompasses eight schools in the area.

In addition to her work with Key Club, Alison has participated in Sequoia’s student government, tutors students in mathematics, science, English, and flute, and is an avid athlete and performer. She is on the Varsity Track team, has performed in several Sequoia plays and musicals, and has been a member of Advanced Dance and Advanced Band, holding the first chair in band and serving as a band officer for two years. She is also a stellar academic and is pursing the International Baccalaureate Diploma with a GPA of over 4.0. All who know Alison are inspired by her diligence, energy, and many contributions; there is no doubt that we will be hearing more about this impressive young woman in years to come.
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