Alicia is the Vice President for Programs at The Bradley Foundation. Previously, she served as a Senior Program Director involved in many areas of the Foundation’s giving, including welfare reform, education reform, urban renewal, youth engagement and character formation, religious freedom, marriage and family, philanthropy and nonprofit management, and the revitalization of civil society. Since joining the Foundation in 1996, she has aimed to highlight the role of faith-based and private, voluntary efforts in solving society’s most pernicious problems. Alicia serves on the board of The Schuck Foundation and served on a gubernatorial commission on the family. She holds a B.A. in international relations from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.