Alicia Draper

Alicia Draper
  • Class of 2020
  • Hometown: McLean, VA / Boynton Beach, FL
  • Major(s): Finance

About Alicia Draper

Alicia is a sophomore at William & Mary pursing finance. She serves on the executive board for Smart Women Securities, TedX, and Campus Kitchens, and is passionate about improving diversity across campus in addition to strengthening her leadership skills.

You can find her working in the Reeder Media Center, or driving a golf cart around campus for Student Accessibility Services. Tell her a good joke and she'll be your best friend.

Posts by Alicia Draper

A Bittersweet Weekend: Commencement 2017

As I concluded my freshman year, I could easily name off a few seniors who gave me the best advice, served as the greatest

Dropping Out to Join the Military

Allow me to preface this article by stating I do not plan to join the military anytime soon, however, my recent exposure to the

Campus & the Community: Volunteer Opportunities

It is embarrassing to admit just how many times I jotted down service hours!! in my high school agenda to remind me of something I

JP Morgan Chase & Co: Freshman Experience

This weekend I was fortunate enough to attend the JP Morgan Chase & Co sponsored event aimed to introduce freshmen to the company’s culture,

2017 BNP Paribas Leadership Conference

Prior to my departure from Williamsburg to New York, I was sure to email professors in advance to see if there were any assignment

Behind the Scenes of TEDx

I love discussion & collaboration & innovation, and I have often been labeled as an ambitious freshman, so when I heard that there was

Underclassmen Take On An Exclusive B-School Opportunity

At William & Mary there is the opportunity to take classes of various topics ranging from Divas & Muses to Organic Chemistry to Diversity

Tribe Cheer: Work Hard, Play Hard

Hands down one of the most unified, spirited forces at William & Mary, are the most genuine, passionate athletes who stop at nothing to

Inside the Women’s Leadership Summit

The weekend of the 2nd Annual Women’s Leadership Summit & Stock Pitch Competition, planned by those I consider my role models, had finally arrived.