Alicia has 10 years of experience across the public and private sectors in national security, grants management, as well as preparedness and resilience policy. At Cadmus, Alicia leads a portfolio of programs and projects focused on assessing and improving national, state, and local preparedness and resilience. She advises clients on policy development and implementation, program evaluation, and data analysis and visualization. She has formulated and evaluated public and private sector preparedness and resilience policies, programs, and procedures, including over $2 billion annually in preparedness grant funds.
Prior to joining Cadmus, Alicia worked with critical infrastructure sectors to develop implementation guidance for the National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security and the Voluntary Private Sector Preparedness Program. In 2009, she worked closely with private sector electricity and oil and natural gas critical infrastructure representatives to author the National Infrastructure Advisory Council’s Study on Critical Infrastructure Resilience—a study that examined steps government and industry should take to integrate resilience and protection into a comprehensive risk-management strategy.
Alicia earned a Master’s of Public Policy from American University and Bachelor of Science from Towson University.