About

Alicia ArnoldHello,

I’m Alicia Arnold and I started this blog as a way to share my creative energy, passion for innovation, and musings on raising creative kids. When I first started to blog, I set a goal of writing 5 articles a week with the exception of federal holidays, which I take off. LOL. I’ve slowed down since then!

What I enjoy most about blogging is getting to meet people with similar interests, sharing learning, and contributing to the body of knowledge around creativity and innovation.  I hope you enjoy reading each post. Please take the time to share and comment. Oh, and if you want to connect, I invite you to subscribe and follow me!

In case you’re wondering what brought me to the field of creativity and innovation, I hold a Master of Science in Creative Studies from the International Center for Studies in Creativity at Buffalo State College and an M.B.A in Marketing from Bentley University. I am a certified facilitator of the Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving process and an invited speaker at the annual Creative Problem Solving Institute. I am published on the topic of creativity with Bloomberg Businessweek, The National Association of Gifted Children, and iMedia Connection.

By day, I am an award-winning, digital marketer and use my passion for creativity and innovation to train teams on creativity techniques, develop breakthrough digital experiences and facilitate Creative Problem Solving (CPS) workshops. I am also an author, a mom of two wonderful boys, and someone who loves ideas, learning and collaborating with curious, thought provoking people.

In August 2011, I published my first book, Creatively Ever After: A Path to Innovation.

Creatively Yours,

Alicia

 

 

2 Responses to About

  1. Frank Locker says:

    Nice stuff. Can we have lunch soon?

  2. Dr.Rose says:

    I just completed a review for READERS FAVORITE. I’d like to invite you to discuss your book on my show, One hour -UNINTERRUPTED – except by me.

    I was a Presenter at CPSI five times in the Seventies.
    Dr.Rose

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