Alicia Amos is a fifth-generation native Californian who has a passion for designing projects that serve the public realm and promote equity in the built environment. While working for the Los Angeles-based non-profit organization LA Mas, she gained experience developing community projects aimed at supporting low-income neighborhoods.
Alicia has expertise in emergency housing projects and is intimately familiar with the specific codes and state requirements for temporary shelters. She has successfully implemented designs for Magnolia Safe Parking in San Diego County. As an integral member of the Emergency Housing Plan program team, she helped design a range of solutions, including safe parking, sleeping cabins, tiny homes, RV parking, and safe camping.
Alicia holds a BA from UCLA, where she graduated with honors and an M.Arch from Yale School of Architecture.