Alicia Garcia has over 14 years of experience working with adolescent youth in experiential settings." Having worked at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for the last eight years, she currently serves as the Workforce Development Program Coordinator. There, she works with teens from Boston Public Schools by running academic internships, summer jobs and college & career readiness programming." She has worked on local election campaigns and is an alumna of the Boston Center for Community and Justice LeadBoston program. She earned her BA in Spanish Literature at the University of Missouri (Mizzou) and is a charter member of the Greater Boston Chapter of the Mizzou Alumni Association. She also serves as the chapter's Director of Communications.