Our vision is to be a voice for the voiceless and put an end to the maternal mortality crisis.
Since our inception, our founder has testified twice before Congress where 4Kira4Moms advocated in support of key legislation including, the Preventing Maternal Death Act of 2018, the Protecting Moms Who Served Act of 2021, and the California Momnibus. We are currently advocating on behalf of all mothers, families, and babies to pass the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021, an unprecedented set of bills addressing every aspect of the maternal health crisis happening in America.
Meet Our Team
Alicia Scarborough, Executive Director
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).