My Exclusive Interview With Monsido

Published: Friday January 14, 2022
accessibility advocate alycia anderson pictured sitting on the ground with her arm resting on her wheelchair beside her

Exclusive Interview With Accessibility Advocate and Inclusion Champion Alycia Anderson 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 accessibility – we wanted to shine a spotlight … read more

Chico State News Today

Published: Monday December 27, 2021
alycia holding a jacket that says see me

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, … read more

Equal Entry – Accessibility Activists Interview

Published: Wednesday December 8, 2021
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

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 inclusion. … read more

A.M.P. Interview

Published: Tuesday August 4, 2020
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I was featured in an interview with on the AMP Network blog AMPressions as someone who has “tremendous impact in the multifamily industry or within the community and are willing to help others succeed” Im honored to be part of such a positive movement and wanted to share! Check out the interview below!