Director for Communications
As FCNL's Director for Communications, Alicia's daily work includes a mix of writing, editing, design, strategy, tech support, and data analysis. Since joining the organization as a staff member in 2004, she has overseen the redesign and relaunch of FCNL’s website twice, helped to develop and implement a five-year strategic communications plan, and improved FCNL’s strategic use of email. Alicia also oversees FCNL's Quaker outreach and volunteer programs.
Alicia holds a masters degree in Human Centered Design and Engineering from the University of Washington in Seattle, where she designed an award-winning educational program to teach biology to engineering students and worked on several projects connecting political action, nonprofits, and technology. She received her undergraduate degree in English from Carleton College in 2000. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and two children. She is a member of Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting in Sandy Spring, MD. She began her career at FCNL as an intern from 2000-2002.