Alicia M. Morgan is a graduate of Tuskegee University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Science Engineering and New Mexico State University with a Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering.
Her professional engineering experience includes working at Lockheed Martin, The Boeing Company and Raytheon.
She is a Global Arts Education Fellow for J Rêve International, Engineer, TEDx Speaker and Honoree for The Women of Color in STEM Conference K-12 Promotion of Education Award. She serves on the NAF Advisory board at Bryan Adams High School, supports STEM/STEAM after school programs and college/workforce readiness initiatives at Dallas County Community College District. She has been featured in Dallas Morning News, The Arizona STEM Collaborative Conference, STEM on The Hill initiatives and The Society of Women Engineers Magazine. In her signature presentation, attendees learn how “Leading With Your Strengths and Values” is the key to making your human capital stand out through creative and innovative problem solving.