Alma Levins served as Epsilon State President for two terms. As president for one year, when the change in procedure for the election of chapter and state officers resulted in a one year term for the following biennium.
In 1956 Alma had an "honoring share" to the International Headquarters Building Fund given in her name. Names of those so honored to be inscribed in the Golden Book kept permanently in the Headquarters Building In Austin, Texas. In addition to serving as state president, Alma served in many positions as both chapter and state levels. Notably of which was several biennium's as Epsilon State Scholarship Chairman. In Mary of 1969, the 4th Epsilon State Scholarship was established in honor of Alma Levins.