About Alycia!

A bridge for all to see what is possible.

alycia sitting on the rails of the golden bridge in downtown sacramento smiling out of her wheelchair

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Alycia is on a mission to motivate and invoke change through the power of diversity and inclusion. She is an accomplished motivational speaker and a Vice President of Sales at Knock, an online marketing and sales management solution for multifamily rental properties. She studied Adapted Physical Education at California State University, Chico and continued on to receive her Master’s Degree from KU Leuven, Belgium in Adapted Physical Activity emphasizing the benefits, practices, and principles of inclusion.

Anderson is a tennis player, cyclist, identical twin and has been wheelchair-bound since birth. Born with sacral agenesis, her mission is to spread the power of diversity and inclusion to inspire all people in feeling limitless in living up to their fullest personal and professional potential. Using her voice to share her journey, Anderson aims to help communities and companies understand the true benefits inherent to building a diverse and inclusive society.

Alycia started speaking because she is a bridge for all to see how to care about, practice and learn to be inclusive and this is her biggest life work. She hopes to share with people that don’t know and are curious about how it is to live a lifetime with a disability and how to overcome, adapt and believe in what we think to be impossible… to be possible. For Anderson it’s all about past, present and future and the collective progress along the way.

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