ABOUT ALICIA

Alicia Wilson is a seasoned attorney, strategic consultant, community leader and mentor. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Alicia has spent her career trying to improve the communities that shaped her while encouraging others to do the same.

ABOUT ALICIA

Alicia Wilson is a seasoned attorney, strategic consultant, community leader and mentor. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Alicia has spent her career trying to improve the communities that shaped her while encouraging others to do the same.

ABOUT ALICIA

Alicia Wilson is a seasoned attorney, strategic consultant, community leader and mentor. Born and raised in Baltimore, MD, Alicia has spent her career trying to improve the communities that shaped her while encouraging others to do the same.

Currently, Alicia is the Senior Vice President and Senior Legal Counsel to the Port Covington Development Team (i.e. Goldman Sachs, Plank Industries, and other equity investors in the Port Covington Development Project). She is responsible for ensuring that the Port Covington Development Project generates a measurable beneficial social and environmental impact alongside a financial return. Alicia cultivates and builds key stakeholder and collaborative relationships regionally, nationally and internationally for the Port Covington Development Team. She leads a team focused on measuring and reporting the social and environmental performance and progress of the Port Covington Project to maximize both performance and impact, while ensuring transparency and accountability to stakeholders.

Prior to being promoted to Senior Vice President of Impact Investments and Senior Legal Counsel, Alicia served as Vice President of Community Affairs and Legal Advisor to Sagamore Development Company, a Plank Industries Company. During the 2016 Baltimore City Council legislative session, she drafted key pieces of legislation and served as the principal negotiator of the two largest Community Benefit Agreements in the history of Baltimore associated with the passage of a $660 million Tax Increment Financing (TIF) bill, the largest TIF awarded in the United States. The negotiations of the community benefit agreements involved over 200 stakeholder groups representing tens of thousands of residents from across the City of Baltimore. Alicia leads and oversees a team charged with implementing the letter and spirit of the community benefits agreements focused on workforce development, supplier diversity, and inclusionary housing, and youth enrichment matters.

Prior to joining Sagamore Development Company, Alicia was partner at the law firm of Gordon Feinblatt, a full-service law firm located in downtown Baltimore. She successfully litigated cases before state and federal courts throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia and counseled and advised mid-size and large business on all aspects of employment and labor law matters.

Alicia is actively involved in civic and charitable organizations. She currently serves on the Executive Board of the CollegeBound Foundation and as its program chair, on the board of the Center for Urban Families, the University of Maryland Foundation at Baltimore, Associated Black Charities, the University of Maryland School of Law Board of Visitors, Baltimore Corps, the Diverse Attorney Pipeline Program, and the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. She also serves as Parliamentarian within the Harbor City Chapter of the Links, Incorporated.

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