Roan Scholars Class of 2015

Class of 2015

Sierra Galloway

Sierra Alexis Galloway

A graduate of Science Hill High School, Sierra earned acceptance into ETSU’s College of Nursing and plans - after graduation in December 2015 - to become a Nurse Practitioner working with obstetrics and gynecology. Sierra is an active supporter of Autism Speaks, Rapha House, and the American Diabetes Foundation.  At ETSU, she also works with incoming students as a Preview and Orientation Leader intern in the Student Affairs Office, volunteers with the Student Government Concert Committee, and is a member of the Student Nurses Association, President’s Pride, and BucWild.  She greatly enjoys promoting school spirit – and every part of being a Buccaneer!

Victoria Howard

Victoria Ashley Howard

Victoria Howard graduated from Sevier County High School, where she was involved in multiple community service organizations and peer tutoring. At ETSU, she is majoring in Health Sciences with a concentration in Microbiology. She is pursuing a career in optometry while working as an optometric assistant. Victoria has studied abroad in India and traveled to Haiti to participate in eye clinics in remote villages.  She has served as Recruitment Advisor, Vice President, and President of the Epsilon Xi Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity at ETSU.  Aside from class work, Victoria enjoys photography as a hobby.

Zach McCamey

Zachary Lynn McCamey

Zach is a graduate of West Greene High School where he served as a class officer for four years and as secretary and president of the Student Council. He was also game leader for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and played basketball and baseball. At ETSU, Zach currently serves as the Vice-President of the Pre-Law Society on campus, and the Chief Justice of the Student Government Association; he is also a Preview and Orientation leader.  Zach is heavily involved in the intramural sports program on campus, and recently captained his team to another “Centennial Cup” as intramural champions.  Last year, Zach also served on a Vision 125 task force that helped develop ETSU’s vision for the next twenty-five years.

Michael stallard

Michael Donald Stallard

Michael graduated from Dobyns-Bennett High School where he participated in football, weightlifting and track. He was involved in a tutoring program, Key Club, Health Occupations Students of America and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.  At ETSU, he is a member of President’s Pride, Preview and Orientation Leaders Organization and is on the St. Jude Up Till Dawn board.  He is also a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor fraternity.  Michael has also been very involved in campus intramurals and was a member of the team that won two consecutive “Centennial Cup” championships.  He was accepted for summer 2014 internship at the Regional Eye Center in Kingsport, and plans to attend medical school following graduation.

Alicyn York

Alicyn Rebekah York

A 2011 graduate of Daniel Boone High School, Alicyn is a political science major who served last year as ESTU’s Student Government Association (SGA) Secretary/Treasurer.  Involved in numerous aspects of student life and Greek life on campus, Alicyn has served both as Membership Education Vice President in Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and as a Panhellenic Delegate; she is also President of College Republicans, Vice President of Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society, and a student ambassador with President’s Pride.  This past year, Alicyn served as ETSU’s student representative on the Washington County Government Affiliations Committee, was ETSU’s nominee for the Truman Scholarship Program, earned recognition in “Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities,” and interned in Washington D.C. with the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee.  Alicyn works in the Adult Resource Center (ARC) on campus and teaches piano. Her parents are Robert and Robin York of Mount Carmel.