Allison Kowalczyk ’14 has been studying law at Syracuse University College of Law. She was the first recipient of the Maj. Megan McClung ’91N Memorial Fund while attending Farragut and hopes to give back.
Given the current pandemic, Kowalczyk has had the opportunity to move back to Florida and finish out her last year of law school remotely. Upon her return, she visited campus to meet with the Alumni Department to discuss ways to raise money for the Maj. Megan McClung ’91N Memorial Fund. Years ago, Kowalczyk had the distinct pleasure to meet the McClung family and it made a lasting impact on her. She has resolved to pay it forward to other deserving female cadets (more to come about how she will accomplish this).
While studying law, Kowalczyk has had the opportunity to compete at the national level in negotiation competition and become a member of Law Review. She is also a leader in the Advocacy Honors Society which teaches students how to become effective lawyers. She hopes to serve as a JAG attorney after graduation.
“I have carried the skills of leadership, discipline, and determination I learned at Farragut through all of the ups and downs I have faced since graduation,” Kowalczyk said.