As Donor Organizing Field Manager, Alicia leads MVP’s efforts to grow a thriving network of volunteer organizing & fundraising teams. She is deeply committed to investing in grassroots power for sustainable change.
Alicia started her career in direct-service connecting people to resources such as housing, food, and healthcare. She then worked with the National Women’s Law to address systemic change through policy advocacy. The combination of direct service and advocacy experience provide her with a lens to understand the importance of meeting immediate needs while building towards structural change. After receiving her masters in political management, she spent four years as National Organizing Manager with the League of Women Voters building their national organizing team; leading trainings, actions, and mobilizations; and supporting local, state, and federal campaigns to protect and advance voting rights.
She lives in DC where she can be found advocating for DC Statehood, baking cookies, and walking through the National Arboretum.