Kinetic Motions is not just a blog it is also a Strategic Communications Consulting Firm. It is owned and operated by Alicia Richler, a senior communications professional with more than 15 years’ experience – in corporate affairs and communications, government relations, marketing and public relations, as well as journalism and corporate social responsibility.
Alicia is a strategic thinker who can reliably meet deadlines with accurate content and foster a calm working environment with a blend of organization, competency and nimble multi-tasking. She has strong writing and editorial skills and is a brand development specialist. Alicia is also experienced in budgeting, long-term planning, supervising and management.
Kinetic Motions’ areas of expertise include:
- Strategic Communications (internal and external)
- Public Affairs
- Writing & Editing
- Social Media
- Public Relations
- Fundraising & Corporate Social Responsibility
Kinetic Motions consults with companies of all sizes to help them develop a communications strategy, build their reputation in the community and create a brand.
Alicia was the Director, Corporate Affairs and Communications, as well as Executive Director, Sears Canada Charitable Foundation, at Sears Canada for five years. There she developed communications and branding strategies for the Company and its Charitable Foundation, in keeping with the corporate vision and core values, to advance brand identity, and achieve strategic goals and priorities.
Prior to that Alicia was Assistant Director of Communications at the Canada-Israel Committee. There she collaborated with a team across Canada and built strong relationships with national media and all levels of government, to promote strong community relations between Canada and Israel.
Alicia worked in television and radio in New York and Toronto. She started her journalism career as an associate producer in radio and rose to the level of Assignment Editor at Rogers Sportsnet, a national television sports network.
Alicia holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from New York University and an Honours Bachelor of Science from the University of Toronto.