Alicia Hill is the Associate Editor at Groundswell, a nonprofit that builds community power through equitable community solar projects and resilience centers, clean energy programs that reduce energy burdens, and pioneering research initiatives that help light the way to clean energy futures for all. Her passion for stories that bring about understanding and action drives her to seek out new opportunities to tell those stories.
Alicia works with Groundswell's Marketing and Communication team to share Groundswell’s story and progress towards building clean energy futures that reflect the beautiful diversity of the communities Groundswell serves. She believes that stories matter and sharing those stories helps communities thrive.
Prior to joining Groundsell, Alicia served as a journalist, reporting for The LaGrange Daily News, The Valley Times-News, LaGrange Living Magazine, Hometown Headlines, and The Rome News-Tribune. She was recognized for her writing by the Georgia Press Association in 2019 and the Associated Press in 2018. While serving as a journalist, Alicia had the opportunity to work with stakeholders in the sustainability sector as they worked to establish projects that would make a major impact on the region while serving as a template for projects across the country and around the world.
An active member of her community, Alicia is a member and on-coming board member for the Kiwanis Club of LaGrange, and she graduated from the inaugural Kiwanis Amplify leadership program. She is also a graduate of the 2020-2021 Class of Leadership Troup, a leadership program organized by the LaGrange-Troup County Chamber of Commerce. Alicia studied Communication at Berry College, where she also wrote for the Campus Carrier.
Outside of work, Alicia enjoys time with her husband and son, taking way too many pictures, and watching cheesy movies.