My pilgrimage to discovery who I really was.
Dr. Alicia Gilmore is a pastor, high school Math teacher, and small business owner. She’s also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
She is a voice for the voiceless, one who dares to stand up boldly to declare a message of hope, truth, and prosperity – compelling the attention of those who seek to discover their purpose in life and launch their destiny.
Dr. Alicia is fueled by a passion to fulfill God’s mandate for these turbulent times. Her thrust on character building by merging spirituality with everyday living provokes people to pursue a life of integrity. Wherever she goes, Gilmore exhorts and encourages her listeners to deepen their intimacy with God and arise to their divine calling and destiny.
Dr. Alicia Gilmore completed her undergraduate studies at Albany State University. She completed her Masters and Doctorate. She credits her mother with instilling a reverence for God in her heart at an early age. She’s often quoted as saying that her mother, Annie Mae Clark, is the closest thing to God that she’s seen on this earth. Further stating that her mother has always been her number one fan and critic making certain that she adheres to the Word of God for it is always about kingdom business!
In talking with her it becomes apparent that “she understands, she’s been there, and she knows how to get out”! Her story is one of struggle and triumph, poverty and prosperity. She has been called a Motivator, having risen up from the ashes of divorce and financial hardship to dedicate her life to pulling others out of their circumstances so that they can focus in on God’s unique plan of destiny for their lives.
Alicia has two beautiful, intelligent and athletic daughters, Jaelicia and Imani. Jaelicia is a Sophomore in college and Imani is a Freshman in high school.
Not afraid to deal with hard, relevant issues, Dr. Alicia promotes in-your-face messages that have drawn women and men to her services and events.
In the midst of it all, she has not swayed from her mission. She readily and candidly shares, “It’s not about my business; it’s about KINGDOM business.”