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Alicia Greenaway

Alicia Greenaway (also known online as “Alice Esther”) is a finance attorney and former partner at a Boston law firm, who practiced law for more than 25 years.  She earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Delaware, as well as a Doctor of Jurisprudence from Temple University School of Law. Alicia grew up in Willingboro, New Jersey in the Fenton family—a large, ministering Caribbean family spanning many generations of pastors. From an early age, she experienced the supernatural power of God in her life; and given her lineage, she quite naturally developed a heart for ministry, serving as an accomplished worship leader and songwriter. In an act of obedience to God, Alicia retired from a successful law practice to cultivate and advance her ministry, aptly named The Esther Generation.

Ms. Greenaway currently speaks and writes extensively on matters of justice, mercy, and deeper concepts of how to live a spirit-filled life. Her first book, Will a Nation Be Born in One Day? From Slavery to a Nation of Spiritual Warriors, is a compilation of eight years of research and study in an effort to present the untold history of trans-Atlantic slavery, how it intersects with Biblical genealogy, and the path to deliverance.

Ms. Greenaway serves as the chairwoman of the Montserrat Recovery and Development Foundation USA, Inc. (“MRDF USA”) a 501(c)(3) non-profit which provides philanthropic relief to the country of Montserrat, BWI. She is a sought-after keynote speaker for various national and international conferences. Alicia always finds time to give back, volunteering her time on diverse boards and committees.  She currently serves as the Outreach Director for the United Night of Worship and in 2014, recorded a compilation of worship songs entitled United. Her highly anticipated second album is called African Aaliyah. 

Ms. Greenaway currently resides in Wellesley, Massachusetts and is the mother of three beautiful daughters. In her free time, Alicia enjoys long, reflective walks, gardening, cooking Caribbean dishes, interior decorating, and spending time with family, including her dog, Stanley.

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