Alicia Fall (Eastern Band Tsalagi/Cuban Taino) has been an educator, performing artists and public speaker for over 30 years, addressing humanitarian issues.
In 2009 Ms Fall founded Her Many Voices, an organization of artists responding to humanitarian need. They move passions to purpose for the betterment of women, children and Mother Earth. Since then they’ve expanded to include global community members and activists.
Fall is a TEDx Talk presenter, a recipient of the New York State Assembly Citation Award, board member for the Coalition Against Global Genocide, and board member for Tiyospaye Winyan Maka, both as a representative for Indigenous Peoples. Over the past year and a half, Ms. Fall has been on the International Hemp Speaking circuit, speaking on Hemp and Humanity. Presentations include: the ASACON Hemp Conference (Asahikawa, Japan); the Euro Hemp Tour (Milan, Italy; and Naklo, Poland); and at the Posner Center for International Development (Denver, Colorado). She was also invited as a panel presenter at The Asian Hemp Summit (Kathmandu, Nepal). Fall is a member of The European Institute for Multidisciplinary Studies on Human Rights and Science (Knowmad Institute), and the mother of two warrior daughters. Her philosophy is “Whatever I do for another, I do for myself.”