Alycia Anderson right sizes everyday obstacles to open your mind to a world of possibility.
(And that’s how she rolls.)
Alycia’s authenticity and charisma draws others to her – and she naturally connects with them to inspire, mentor and support.
People look to her as a role model – and she gladly embraces the responsibility to inspire them to their top potential.
If you’re looking for keen insights, great ideas and a dose of real inspiration, Alycia will reliably deliver like the Magnetic Motivator she is.
DE&I / IDEA
Alycia is embracing her path and pursuing speaking full-time as both a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Motivational Speaker as well as a Corporate Inclusion Coach and Mentor. She warmly introduces the discussion to the theory and practice of disability inclusion by sharing her story, inspiring others to achieve their fullest potential, and furthering the conversation about the real bottom-line benefits inherent in a diverse and inclusive workplace and society.
Believe in possible!
It’s for all of us!
It’s who we are!
It’s how we get there!
It’s what we do!
Through Alycia’s speaking and the hard work of practicing inclusion on a daily basis the idea was born to highlight some of the budding allyship that her work in diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility has blossomed. The ongoing work of disabling ableism carries on with the help of her ally:
CAHPERD is on a mission to promote healthful lifestyles through quality education for all populations and provide leadership in the areas of health, physical education, recreation, dance and other movement-related programs.
Facing Inclusion Triumphs and Struggles in Physical Education
Recently, I was invited to be the keynote speaker at the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (CAHPERD) state conference where I delivered my speech, Disabling Ableism: The Modern Pathway to Inclusion, to thousands of physical education instructors from all over the state. On receiving this booking request, it was an immediate … read more
(One stage at a time!)
This is what people are saying about me.
Art Director, Fleishman Hillard
Absolutely incredible! It’s been over an hour and people are still talking about how moving your presentation was. In the hallways, in their meetings, you nailed it!
The inspiring Alycia kicked off by saying this topic is uncomfortable, but there are worse consequences when we don’t talk to the person about their experiences. We must give individuals the chance to be seen.
Director of Validate, Grace Hill
Seriously! Such an inspirational session today. Alycia has a true gift at getting her message across with such grace and power!