ECS Alum Matt Murphy honored!
Welcome, ECS Alumni!
Thank you for visiting our ECS website. We are grateful to have engaged alumni who are passionate about our community and generously offer their resources to continue the school's traditions and legacy.
Alumni play a huge role in making ECS all that it is, and we invite you to visit our campuses and participate in upcoming events. There are many opportunities to volunteer and give back to ECS.
If you have any questions, comments, and/or suggestions about anything alumni related, contact Sam Kelly, Director of Advancement and Alumni Relations (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Karen Jamison, Community/Alumni Relations (email@example.com).
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The ECS Alumni Council exists to develop and deepen on-going relationships with ECS alumni. The Council seeks to encourage alumni to stay connected to the ECS community, to be involved in and promote the events and programs of the school,to give ECS top consideration in choosing schools for their children, and to give back both financially and with their talents in a way that enriches the ECS experience for everyone.
Current Council Members
Kevin Weaver – 1978
Rob Jamison – 1979
Jamie Hill –1983
Clay Scott –1992
Britton Wilkins – 1992 (Vision 20/20 alumni liaison)
Gary Hinson –1995
Stacey White – 1998
Amy Edge – 1999
Nicole Lamberth Martin – 2001
Abby Spann –2005
Kelly Irvine – 2007
Kyle Cummins – 2007
Mary Taylor Edwards – 2008
Chandler Gagnon – 2011
Anna Kaspar– 2011
James Stiles (ECS 2004) was recently named Best of the Bar in the Memphis Business Journal (Small Private Firm Division).
"The night couldn't have been more fun! It was an amazing event!"
ECS 2011 graduate, Allie Grace (Durham) English, recently published her first book, Jacob's Journey.
Brent Rooker (ECS 2013) has a most impressive baseball resume!
Alumnus Houston Cofield's photography was featured in recent issues of Time magazine and The New York Times!
Chris Jamison has been officiating Division 1 football games for 13 years.
Clay [Enoch] states about the sculpture... "I wanted to try to shift the focus from the historical to the contemporary. There has been so much progress made. I wanted to create something that showed the strides that have been made — something hopeful and uplifting."
Nathan Collums (ECS 1996) at left and his wife, Kristin (front row, far right), recently hosted a group of ECS alumni in their home in Birmingham. Enjoying a great time together, (front row) Mary Pittman, Alexis Amann, Meredith Wright, Lee Ellen Stanley, and (back row) Caroline Simmons, Preston Parrish, Christian Rosenberger, John Christian Hunt, Cameron Dobbins, and Caleb Person.