I could offer a critique of the writing, the mixed tenses, and the not-quite-right word choices. I could, but I'm not going to.
No, I'm going to be a real bitch and point out just one thing:
Alumnus is the Latin word for "foster son," and as such is commonly used to designate a graduate of a college or university. Alumni is the plural form for male graduates.
Alumna is the feminine form, "foster daughter," and refers today to a female graduate of a college or university. The feminine plural is alumnae.
It is grammatically impossible to be "a ... alumni."
I knew this because I am educated. (One year high school Latin.)