Alicia J. Scarborough, JM/MBA
Alicia J Scarborough is a solutionist, innovator, and community servant who is deeply passionate about solving global crisis’s and helping individuals fulfill their career goals and life’s calling.
She began her career in Human Resources at Emory University. Shortly thereafter she founded H.A.N.D.S. Linked (Help. Aspire. Networking. Development. Success.) where for a period she annually returned to her alma mater, the College of Wooster, to host career centric symposiums and networking events connecting students with career training and job opportunities. She later served as an employer brand consultant with Bernard Hodes Group, then transitioning into the media industry as a Human Resources Generalist with the southeast’s most prestigious public broadcasting entity, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB).
While at GPB Scarborough began pursuing her MBA from the University of Georgia’s, Terry College of Business. As an MBA, Scarborough worked in entertainment as a television and film consultant, Operations Manager for the BronzeLens Film Festival, and Executive Director of The Black Women Film Network, two film nonprofits that helped position Georgia as the highest grossing film production capital in the nation. Scarborough later returned to Bernard Hodes Group to manage the employment brand and talent acquisition strategic initiatives for a Fortune 30 company before dedicating her efforts towards the start-up space and non-profit management.
Scarborough joined 4Kira4Moms, Inc in October 2021 serving alongside their founder, Charles Johnson to build the organization’s capacity and programmatic thrust – championing on behalf of women and families who have experienced maternal health loss or near loss. Scarborough also manages a boutique consulting firm, StrataVision Management & Consulting, using innovation and uniquely customized business solutions to optimize efficiencies, maximize revenue, and ultimately grow businesses.
Scarborough earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from the College of Wooster, an MBA from the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, and a Juris Master’s degree from Emory University’s School of Law. She also completed the coveted Advanced Legislative Health Policy Certificate traditionally reserved for state legislators from the Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies.
When not serving as Executive Director with 4Kira4Moms, Alicia enjoys creative writing and spending time with family and in nature.