Alicia is a proud Indigenous professional who earned a B.Sc., with Distinction from the University of Lethbridge and a Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto. Alicia is committed to advancing Indigenous prosperity and an equitable society through strategic partnerships.
Alicia practiced law in Calgary and Toronto for just over a decade before transitioning into Indigenous finance and has been honoured to lead and support highly impactful mandates through formal leadership and volunteer positions. Alicia is the proud CEO of the Royal BC Museum and comes to the role with strong leadership, and strategic skills.
Alicia has been on the board of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business for over 6 years and more recently joined the board of Green Impact Partners, Inc. (TSXV). Alicia is co-founder for the Indigenous Leadership Circle and is a member of the BCC’s Coalition for a Better Future.
Alicia is passionate about enhancing the positive national narrative around Indigenous partnerships and does so through speaking engagements and best practice sharing with various industries.
In 2019, Alicia was honoured with the National Aboriginal Trust Officers Association’s inaugural Award of Distinction for her commitment to Indigenous prosperity and self-determination. Prior to her career in Indigenous finance, Alicia practiced law at Alberta Justice, ENMAX Corporation and Native Child and Family Services of Toronto.