Alicia Morgan is an award-winning executive leader and a graduate of Tuskegee University with a BS in Aerospace Science Engineering and New Mexico State University with an MS in Industrial Engineering. Her professional experience includes working in Process Engineering and Capital Asset Management at Fortune 500 companies such as Lockheed Martin, The Boeing Company, and Raytheon. As a Public Voices Fellow, TEDx Speaker and keynote presenter she helps attendees learn that there is life after failure. Alicia is the Vice President of Education and Programs at the Frontiers of Flight Museum she is responsible for managing the development and execution of school and public programs through aviation and spaceflight history which reaches over 40,000 students annually.
Strategic Planning | Board Leadership and Development | Program Management |
K-16 Education and Outreach | Fundraising
"I have been so grateful to have Alicia's involvement on the Scholarship Advisory Committee for the Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation. The scholarship committee has the crucial responsibility of selecting recipients for the 20-plus scholarships bestowed annually by the Foundation. Last year, Alicia reviewed close to 60 applications, helping choose 21 Woodrow seniors to receive $40,750 in scholarships. Her contributions to this volunteer committee are making a difference for young people in our community."
- Leigh Straughn
Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation
"I met Alicia when I was an executive officer for the SMU collegiate chapter of National Society of Black Engineers. She regularly supported our chapter from 2015-2017 through public speaking, hosting professional workshops, mentorship, and behind-the-scenes support for the SMU NSBE executive board. Along with SMU NSBE, Alicia also personally supported me and advocated for my success. Thanks to her nomination, I was selected as a finalist for The City Influencer’s 2016 College Influencer of the Year Search. This distinguished honor opened doors for me and allowed me to network with other influential people throughout the country. On multiple occasions Alicia acknowledged my often-unseen efforts as a student and a leader. I graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science and an M.S. in Software Engineering thanks to women like her, who paved the way academically and positively impacted me."
- Nariana Sands