Alicia is passionate about building nonprofit capacity and leveraging project management strategies to remove roadblocks for her teams. She is currently a Senior Project Manager at The Atum Group – a management consulting firm based in Portland – where she specializes in driving healthcare-related projects.
She has also served as a Global Project Leader in oncology research at Covance and spent nine years at Fred Hutch overseeing projects in infectious disease, including launching a website for clinicians across the HIV Vaccine Trials Network and managing grants across the organization.
An active member of the 501 Commons Executive Service Corps since 2010, Alicia has completed 9 projects, most recently by serving as an advisor to other Executive Service Corps consultants on action learning program projects. In 2017, she became a founding member of the ESC Leadership Council. She has also served on the Seattle Women’s Commission.
Alicia is a native Seattleite. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy and Governance and a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification.