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Alicia Miñana de Lovelace


Chair-Elect, UCLA Foundation Board of Directors

Alicia Miñana de Lovelace, a Los Angeles attorney who works in multiple arenas, including the formation and dissolution of corporations and partnerships; licensing, production, distribution and management agreements with artists, managers and recording labels; low-income housing; and employment law.

As a community advocate, she was the founding chairperson of The Learning Rights Law Center, a nonprofit formed by UCLA School of Law graduates to help low-income families advocate for children with learning disabilities and support children in the foster care and juvenile justice systems. She also is a founding trustee of Vistamar School in Hermosa Beach. In 2013, Miñana de Lovelace received a UCLA School of Law alumna of the year award for public and community service. She holds a UCLA law degree.