Alicia M Andre Black & WhiteAlicia M. Andre was born and raised in the southern San Francisco Bay Area. She graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Nursing from Biola University in La Mirada in 2010 and is licensed as a Registered Nurse in California. Currently, Alicia works at Biola as the Director of Intercultural Education and Assessment. She designed and facilitates White Identity Development Groups, teaches introductory courses, and, in the past, oversaw the annual SCORR Conference, which focuses on Racial Reconciliation and Diversity on Christian University Campuses.

In 2017, she graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary, with a M.A. in Intercultural Studies. Alicia loves living close to her church community in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles. In the summer of 2013, Alicia married Chase, who also works at Biola (as adjunct faculty, Communication Studies Dept).

Alicia is passionate about embracing what it means to be human, racial and gender reconciliation, singles in the church, and adoption. She loves eating Thai food, reading, and watching documentaries. Occasionally, she binges on Netflix (any Jane the Virgin fans?!).

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  1. MarieClaire on January 8, 2011 at 6:52 pm said:

    Love that you take risks, are taking this risk, and support the promotion of continued risk-taking! Most of all, glad to hear your heart and to call you friend. Smooches!

  2. Hey Alicia! I am happy to see you started a blog! 🙂 Each time I have met you or talked with you, I have always left blessed by how honest, real, and intelligent you are. I admire your willingness to tackle this issue of gender, and to create a safe place for discussion to happen in relation to gender.
    Your heart for taking action is so evident in the things you have dedicated yourself to and continue to dedicate yourself to! I pray many blessings upon your journey, and I look forward to following that journey through this blog and through other posts you put up! Thanks for being real and raw when it can be easier to just blend in! 🙂

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