Alicia Miller is a proud native of Baltimore City, but a graduate of Dulaney High School. She realized her passion for education and being of service to others while attending Chinquapin Middle School, however, she began working towards this while obtaining her B.A. in Communication at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA. Alicia dedicated most of her undergraduate experience to her role as the Vice President of the African American Student League and exploring her minor in Religion which allowed her to focus more on being of service. These two areas and her lived experience on campus inspired her to return home to study Higher Education further at the illustrious Morgan State University. While working towards her degree, Alicia, realized that she wanted to work more at the foundational level of higher education and bridging the gap. She committed herself to gaining experience through a variety of programs dedicated to Baltimore City High School students. After receiving her M.Ed, in Higher Education, Student Affairs and Administration in 2020, Alicia began to take her education and passion a step further by studying to become a birth worker with an emphasis on postpartum support for new young mothers. Alicia continues to work towards her aspiration to be of service to the rising generations by inspiring youth to reach their greatest potential despite adversity.