[Alyceum bio TBC] Living the life of a revolutionary has always come naturally for Alicia. At 12 years old, she attended the first International Children’s Conference organised by the United Nations and then co-founding her own Children’s Conference in Perth.
Clearly with a knack for inspiring crowds and empowering people to discover their own potential to be leaders, Alicia established her leadership development company, Alyceum in 2001. Her presentations have received many awards for challenging the stereotypes of who can be leaders and the difference they can make.
Alicia has a Masters in Business Leadership and numerous awards for her professional and community pursuits including 2019 Business News 40under40 (Top 4), 2018 EY Social Entrepreneur of the Year in the western region, 2017 Westpac 200 Businesses of Tomorrow and 2014 Westpac and Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence List across Australia. Alicia continues pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. She is the co-founder and inaugural Chair of a women’s giving circle called 100 Women which inspires everyday people to become powerful philanthropists.
Alicia is passionately driven by her purpose to ignite leaders to transform the world for the better - whether than be in the workplace or broader community.
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