Podcasts

I Spark Change Podcast


Published: Monday May 9, 2022
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Alycia Anderson sitting in wheelchair with black pants and leopard shirt with a statement saying widening the doors for all of us to have the life that we choose

When Autumn Comes Podcast


Published: Monday May 9, 2022

Episode 54: Alycia | Widening Doors I had the amazing opportunity to be a guest on the When Autumn Comes podcast last week, an organization that provides a place for special needs parents to share hope, stories and resources to other families of children with varying abilities, in different phases of their journey. This is … read more

A Woman’s Take on Intersectionality Through the Lens of Disability


Published: Monday March 28, 2022
alycia sitting in her wheelchair in front of trees wrapped with lights

I was honored to deliver my speech called “A woman’s take on intersectionality through the lens of disability” to Abercrombie & Fitch in celebrating Women’s History Month and I highlighted the many women of our past who also have disabilities in common like me.  Women such as: Frida Kahlo, Maya Angelou, Helen Keller, and Judy … read more

Thank you to Abercrombie & Fitch Co. for inviting me back!


Published: Monday March 21, 2022
Alycia sitting in studio giving virtual speech to A&F Co team. She is smiling and wearing a tan vest with hair in a high bun.

HUGE thank you to Abercrombie & Fitch Co. for inviting me back for the 2nd time! HUGE honor to be the keynote speaker celebrating Women’s History Month. Loved sharing my speech A Woman’s Take on Intersectionality Through the Lens of Disability. Grateful for having the opportunity to share the stories of some of the stellar … read more

THE MULTIFAMILY WOMEN PODCAST INTERVIEW


Published: Thursday February 10, 2022

The only way to overcome stigmas is to confront them. Humanity is watching. This is an Opportunity for all of us. Thank you Multifamily Leadership for inviting me on to The Multifamily Women Podcast and for your Allyship in sharing my message! Listen & follow here  https://lnkd.in/gryqv6S6

#RiseUp2022


Published: Saturday January 1, 2022

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 … read more

Happy New Year!


Published: Friday December 31, 2021

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 … read more

My first speaking award! ♥️


Published: Friday November 5, 2021
alycia holding her appreciation trophy from accessibility plus 2021

My first speaking award! ♥️ Thank you so much Accessibility.com for this cute surprise!! Thank you for all the work you do to open up opportunities for all of us because without accessibility there is no inclusion.

Invited to Speak at Abercrombie & Fitch Co.


Published: Tuesday October 26, 2021
alycia smiling with her laptop displaying her next appearance at albercrombie and fitch

Thank you Abercrombie & Fitch Co. for inviting me to speak today during your Inclusion & Diversity month long event! YES … I said month long I & D event! It’s clear that A&F Co. is intentional in creating a company where everyone belongs and is represented in the culture, people and initiatives! Thank you for including … read more

It’s Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week!


Published: Sunday October 17, 2021
lady smiling at her laptop with caption understanding invisible disabilities in the workplace

Monday marked the first day of Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week! A week to educate society about the progress we still need to make towards acceptance of all disabilities including the invisible ones. “About 25% of U.S. adults have a disability, and most invisible disability metrics in the U.S. say that roughly as high as 20% … read more