Alicia Morgan earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Aerospace Science Engineering from Tuskegee University and New Mexico State University with a Master’s Degree in Industrial Engineering. She has worked at Fortune 500 companies such as Lockheed Martin, The Boeing Company, and Raytheon. Her transition into the nonprofit sector was as a Program Leader for Heart House Dallas, an after-school program serving refugee and immigrant children. In her role at the Frontiers of Flight Museum as Vice President of Education and Programs, she reaches over 42,000 students annually through STEM Education. She is a TEDx Speaker, honoree for The Women of Color in STEM Conference K-12 Promotion of Education Award, Dallas Millennial Gala STEM Leader of the Year and a Dallas Business Journal Women in Technology Awards Advocate. As a Public Voices Fellow, she has feature articles in many online and print publications.