Alicia Wilson’s Charitable Service and Recognition
Caption: Alicia Wilson, center, participates in a game night hosted by the CollegeBound Foundation in April 2019 for young professionals and high school seniors who were accepted to college.
Alicia Wilson’s esteemed career is complemented by her charity work in Baltimore and beyond. She has served as a board member on local and national nonprofits including the Center for Urban Families, the Open Society Institute, the Walters Art Museum and the National Diverse Attorney Pipeline Program. She was the youngest person, the first woman and the first African American to serve as chair for the CollegeBound Foundation.
For her professional and charitable work, Wilson has received numerous awards and press honors, including a January 2019 Forbes profile, “Meet the Black Millennial Lawyer Making Michelle Obama More Accessible to Baltimore’s Youth”; Top 100 Most Influential Women in Corporate America, Savoy Magazine; Top 50 Influential Marylanders, Maryland Daily Record; 40 Under 40, Baltimore Business Journal; Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce Community Advocate of the Year, 2018; the Baltimore Sun’s 25 Women to Watch; National Black Women Lawyers Association Rising Star Attorney of the Year, 2015; and Super Lawyers Magazine Maryland Rising Star Attorney, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.