Allison Letts graduated from Haverford College in May 2012 where she majored in Linguistics and minored in Educational Studies. Allison has worked in the public school system in Philadelphia and has worked in a variety of educational settings. She worked for several summers with an organization called Achieving Better Control Diabetes Clinical Self-Management. Allison lived in Quaker House, an intentional Quaker community for students, for three of her four years at Haverford, and served as co-clerk for the student Quaker community (QuaC). As co-clerk, she managed budgets, organized and implemented programs and events, and provided spiritual grounding for others. She was also a member of the Nurture and Care Committee. Allison will work as an Assistant Teacher in the children’s program at The Frazer Center, a community of children and adults with developmental disabilities. The Frazer Center is an inclusive community where people at all levels of ability and disability gather, learn and flourish together.