Alicia Hunter Lewis
Bio: Alicia Lewis is a master teacher and educational leader. She holds an M.Ed. in Leadership from University of Cincinnati and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Education: Global and Comparative Education. In over 15 years of k-12 education, Alicia has taught in Shanghai China, Saudi Arabia, and Alaska, where she received the State Teacher of the Year award from the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). In a brief hiatus from pedagogy, Alicia consulted through Rubicon Atlas, serving independent, public, and international schools in California, Alaska, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Michigan, Indianapolis, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Dubai, Taiwan, and San Paolo. At Shanghai American School in China, Alicia served as the school-wide Curriculum & Professional Development coordinator. Her leadership approach, shaped during years as a National Educational Association representative, is grass-roots collaborative approach, believing that meaningful and lasting change happens with educator in the classroom context. Alicia aims to support and empower educators and educational leaders similarly committed to nurture the development of global citizens committed to act with care for the earth and its inhabitants. When not studying or working, she enjoys scuba diving, hiking, wine tasting events, attending concerts or traveling with her husband, Andy Lewis a humanities teacher at Shanghai American School.