Meet Alice Aspen March, inspirational Author and motivational speaker, to discover greater personal empowerment and success in your life!
A mother of three adult sons, a grandmother of three young adults, a great grandmother of one preschooler;
An Executive Director of a Los Angeles Non-Profit Organization, FACT (Focusing Awareness on Children & TV);
Created and co-produced the 1981 Emmy Award-nominated film “Latch-Key Kids” (with Christopher Reeve), She Established herself as a pioneer in publicizing the need for adequate child care in the United States
Received An International Year of the Child Award;
Praised in the Congressional Record, Washington, DC;
Appointed by the California State Senate to serve on the White House Conference on the Family and the Commission on Future Funding of Public Broadcasting in California.
Lobbied successfully to keep Mr.Fred Rogers and His Neighborhood on Public Broadcasting, KCET etc.
Commissioned satirical play, “Boxed-In”, for presentations through Los Angeles County School System, showing Television's impact on children socially, physically, emotionally.
Served on the Board of Directors for the
KCET-28 Public Broadcasting in Southern California
Center for the Improvement of Child Caring
International Institute of Los Angeles