Alice Crowder

Alice Crowder is a Native of Baltimore, Maryland. After graduating high school at 17, she ventured to the Eastern Shore for undergrad studies in the fall of 1999. With the original desire to focus on becoming a Physical Therapist, Alice realized early that her passion was to help those with disabilities and impediments live beyond their limitations. After completing her Undergrad studies in Rehabilitation Services in 2003, she was encouraged to steady the course and immediately enrolled in the Graduate Program for Rehabilitation Counseling, graduating from UMES with a Master’s Degree in the Spring of 2005. Over the past 18 years, Alice has provided Vocational Rehab Services for Pennsylvania’s Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and Maryland’s Division of Rehabilitation Services, specializing in Transitioning Youth Services, Brain Injury, and Evidence-Based Practices. She has one son named Brayden, who is a driven scholar like his mom! She lives by two mottos: “Nothing beats a failure but a try” & “No question is Dumb but the one that you won’t ask!” She is very active in her church, and in her leisure time, she enjoys community outreach, event planning, and decorating. Alice continues to strive to strengthen her Vocational Rehab backing by continuously attending trainings to stay abreast to the field as things are ever changing. 

Scroll to Top