Alicia Froio is a graduate student pursuing her Masters in Liberal Arts with a concentration in International Relations at Harvard University. Alicia is currently conducting research and writing her thesis on real estate investments related to China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Alicia is passionate about efficiency, sustainability and innovation. She enjoys constructing innovative, cost-saving solutions for her clients to help them maximize their productivity and efficiency in their physical office space. She has represented some of the top universities and institutions of higher learning in America, Am Law 100 law firms, tech firms, start-ups, and large national associations with her teams at Lincoln Property Company in Texas and Washington, DC where she holds real estate licenses.
Prior to commercial real estate, Alicia worked in Venture Capital at Base Ventures, a seed stage fund investing in exceptional entrepreneurs.
Alicia’s interests include developmental economics and Asian emerging markets. She also enjoys political and charitable fundraising and volunteering for high impact organizations.
Alicia earned a B.A. in International Economics at the Elliott School of International Affairs at the George Washington University.
Alicia was recently published in Georgetown Journal of International Affairs. You can find the article here.