Alicia Evans is the Healthy Schools Coordinator overseeing Healthi Kids' school portfolio. Alicia works in ten schools to provide technical assistance, resources and support to advance a healthy school-based environment. She has deep community connections and is a parent of two students and one graduate of the Rochester City School District, which gives her personal connection to the work.

Prior to joining the Healthi Kids team, Alicia was previously at the Metro Council for Teen Potential, where she built partnerships and oversaw work around health education in the Rochester City School District and many community-based organizations. She has served on the board of the Healthy Baby Network and Youth Services Quality Council, earned a master's degree in Organizational Leadership, and is an artist who brings both passion and creativity to her work.

Active in the community, Alicia is a member of the Community Engagement teams at Rochester City School District schools 3, 8, 9, 17, 22, and RISE 41/106, the inclusion team at School 29, the Cornell Cooperative Extension Garden Committee, the Latino and African American Health Coalitions, the Charles House Neighbors Association and the Healthy Baby Network’s Black Doula Collective.

Alicia’s hobbies include: Leading Ladies 4H Club, music, dancing and spending time with her family.