Alice Carrier – Society Representative
Alice Carrier of Brattleboro, Vermont, serves as 2010-2012 international 1st vice-president and chair of the Ad Hoc Committee to Study Electronic Election Process. She also serves a trustee of the Delta Kappa Gamma Educational Foundation and chairs the Foundation public relations sub-committee.
Now retired, Carrier taught first or second grade for more than 30 years while serving as school technology coordinator for much of that time. She taught graduate courses as adjunct faculty of the University of Vermont. After retirement she taught in-service courses and served as school district technology consultant for five years.
A past Vermont DKG state president, Carrier served as Northeast Regional Director and international 2nd vice-president. Recently she chaired the international Communications (2002-04), Leadership Development (2004-06), Constitution (2006-08) and Golden Gift Fund (2008-10) committees. Carrier directed the highly successful 2010 Leadership/Management Seminar at the University of Texas for the Golden Gift Fund committee.
Carrier and her husband of 46 years have two married daughters, three grandsons, and identical twin granddaughters. She enjoys reading, designing and knitting sweaters, spending time at her lakeside cottage in the summer, photography, designing and making jewelry, quilting, and learning to use new technologies. Carrier says she needs more time in her life to pursue all her interests and hobbies.
As Society representative Carrier will share information about the Society, answer questions, and listen to members’ concerns. She said, “I’m very pleased to be able to attend the Louisana state convention. I look forward to meeting many new DKG friends and renewing friendships made in the past.”