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Alicia Myrick, EdD
Dr. Alicia Myrick joined CAEL in August 2022. As manager of initiatives, she engages on project work that positively benefits the lives of adult learners. Myrick most recently served as assistant director for community standards at Clayton State University, where she accrued significant experience in project management as well as investigation and case management of student conduct issues. Myrick also has considerable expertise in designing and delivering course materials with learning management systems, training/presentations, higher education administration, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and professional ethics.
Myrick was the 2022 recipient of the Diane L. Cooper Ed.D Student Award from the University of Georgia - College of Education, and she received the Clayton State University “staff making things better” award. She serves as the co-chair, Woman and Student Conduct Community of Practice in the Association for Student Conduct Administration, and she previously served as president of the Clayton State University Women's Forum. Myrick currently volunteers as a school board member at Jonesboro United Methodist Preschool and Primary School.
Myrick holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish from Georgia State University, a master’s degree in higher education administration and student affairs from Louisiana State University, and she earned her EdD, student affairs leadership, at the University of Georgia - Mary Frances Early College of Education. She resides in Atlanta.