"Executive Director of the Latin/ Spanish Committee Branch"
Alicia Moss was just elected Spanish/Latin Adviser for ReneMarie Language of Love Foundation Inc.
Alicia started her career in sales of office communications systems and within 6 months won Sales Person Of The Month. Later in her career she started an International Computer Education Company and with success traveled all over Europe, and China teaching a hands on approach with advanced technology.
She also started a Theater Company called Spanish Moss Productions. Alicia produced and starred on and off Broadway productions. Alicia did a commercial with General Electric for their outreach program that enabled low income families to obtain free of charge a prom dress for their graduating daughters.
Volunteer work included starting a community oriented low cost Doggie day care, boarding and Vet Center for 27 years and used her Spanish language skills to become a major influence in the community bringing low cost care for lower income families with Pets. This appealed to her spiritual, emotional healing side of nature.
Volunteered as a First Grade Assistant Teacher for a summer program in Harlem, NY working with young migrant children that spoke English poorly or not at all. She read to them, acted out characters and translated from English to Spanish.
Volunteered for 3 years with the Threshold Choir bringing song and solace to Hospices in New York City. The Threshold Choir is a world renown group singing Capella spiritual songs to bring solace to patients and families.
Alicia moved to Long Island in July 2016 and became involved with New York Senior America a non-profit organization designed to enrich the lives of seniors and also to tap their energy to enrich the lives of others.
She was chosen as a contestant in the 2018 NY Senior America pageant and now continues in volunteering thru NY Senior America as they set up entertainment at Senior Homes throughout Long Island.
Alicia would like to bring awareness and support to the Latino community which is at high risk of having strokes. She hopes awareness will come from discussions on the show in Spanish as well as English. Alicia looks forward to being able to reach out to the Spanish speaking community and provide needed information that perhaps can even save some lives.