The CAEL team draws great strength from its varied set of backgrounds and skills. But we hold one very important quality in common: dedicated expertise in forging the connections between learning and work that adult learners—and their communities—depend on for social mobility and economic equity.
Alicia Myrick, EdD
Dr. Alicia Myrick is a learning and development professional with significant experience in project
management, investigation, and case management of student conduct issues. As Director of Initiatives,
she engages in project work that positively benefits the lives of adult learners. She has considerable
expertise in designing and delivering course materials with learning management systems,
training/presentations, higher education administration, diversity, equity, inclusion, and professional
ethics. Before CAEL, Myrick served as Chief Conduct Officer for Clayton State University overseeing the
administration of the student conduct process for all violations of the Code of Conduct. She also led
University Compliance with Title IX, The Clery Act, and FERPA.
Myrick was the 2022 recipient of the Diane L. Cooper Ed.D Student Award from the University of Georgia
College of Education. She is the co-chair of, Woman and Student Conduct Community of Practice for the
Association for Student Conduct Administration. She previously served as president of the Clayton State
University Women's Forum.
Myrick holds a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish Literature from Georgia State University, M.A. in Higher
Education Administration and Student Affairs from Louisiana State University. She earned her Ed.D.,
Student Affairs Leadership at the University of Georgia.