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My Exclusive Interview With Monsido


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Exclusive Interview With Accessibility Advocate and Inclusion Champion Alycia Anderson 13 January 2022 Monsido news 14 Min read As we kick off 2022, digital and web accessibility continues to be a hot-button issue, especially amongst those in the accessibility community. And while, we at Monsido talk a lot about the “how-to’s” of improving your website […]

Club 21 Learning and Resource Center


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I’m excited to share, I will be delivering a speech for Club 21 Learning and Resource Center on January 28th, 2022! Club 21 provides the educational tools and resources that enable individuals with Down Syndrome to be fully included. Their goal is for every individual with Down Syndrome to have independence, access, and belonging.  We […]

#RiseUp2022


The last few years I have chosen a word of the year. This word helps me visualize my professional goals and guides me daily, motivating me and holding me accountable throughout the year. 2019 was YES – The goal: Challenge myself to say yes to any and all new opportunities that came my way. Result […]

When the dots of the past align with the present.


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I got to speak at California State University Chico my undergraduate alma mater today! Where the dots of my past fully aligned with my present. It’s the people, places and experiences that shape us and guide us. This was an absolute full circle day for me! This was a lovely day ♥️

Happy New Year!


Today I sit in reflection of this past year and I’m filled with gratitude and I’m compelled to sincerely thank you. Thank you to those who have invited me to share my story and have provided a stage to make a positive impact towards a better and more inclusive tomorrow. Thank for every message of […]

Chico State News Today


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5 QUESTIONS WITH ALUMNA AND MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER ALYCIA ANDERSON NEESA SONOQUIEDECEMBER 22, 2021ALL STORIESDIVERSITYEXCELLENCEPEOPLEVOICES Alycia Anderson (Physical Education, ’05) is a tennis player, cyclist, and identical twin. She also was born with sacral agenesis, a congenital disability affecting her spine, and has used a wheelchair all her life. After a successful career in technology sales, […]

Real People, Real Stories Podcast


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Thanks so much to the AMAZING team TPGi for inviting me to be a guest on the Real People, Real Stories Podcast. I’m proud of our conversation! You are doing really important work in #Accessibility! #Grateful Check out the conversation and learn more about ableism here: https://lnkd.in/eC75fkGU

Accessibility Activists Interview


alycia waving next to her quote ableism to me stands at the core of all accessibility barriers and leads to accessibility being an afterthought to the development of all products services goods and infrastructure in our world

https://equalentry.com/accessibility-activist-alycia-anderson/ Alycia Anderson  is an accomplished TEDx motivational speaker, published writer, corporate inclusion consultant, and founder of The Alycia Anderson Company. Alycia’s authenticity and charisma draw others to her and she naturally connects them to inspire, mentor and support. Alycia holds a European Masters Degree in Adapted Physical Activity emphasizing the benefits, practices, and principles of […]

Trilogy Residential Management


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I’m excited to share that I will be delivering my Disabling Ableism: The Modern Pathway to Inclusion speech to Trilogy Residential Management virtually on December 6, 2021 followed by a live Question & Answer session.

My disability is who I am.


alycia sitting on steps smiling and looking at her wheelchair

I was asked in an interview recently, “how did I learn to love my disability?” Truly it is just who I am. Just like everyone else here. I did not have a say in what form of life I would be given on this Earth, and just like everyone else here, I had to discover […]

International Day of Persons with Disabilities


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Honored to have my friends at Grace Hill choose to feature my message of “Disabling Ableism: The Modern Pathway to Inclusion” today in recognition of International Day of Persons with Disabilities. “Harvard Business Review defines ableism as ‘a discrimination or social prejudice against people with disabilities based on the belief that typical abilities are superior.’ It is […]