Alice’s work with the rail industry laid the faoundations for the Department for Transport’s ‘Railways for All’, making rail travel much easier for disabled people. Her doctoral thesis at Cranfield uniquely demonstrated the economic value of inclusive station design.
From 2008 to 2014, Alice led the Board of Scope, the disability charity, turning around its financial and management capability. The experience led Alice to establish the Association of Chairs with third sector colleagues aiming to enhance chairing in nonprofits, thus improving Board and organisation performance.
At the operational level, she has led the production of a broad series of modules of accessibility and inclusive development. As one of the main disability leaders in Lebanon, she has been advocating for the enforcement of the Lebanese Disability law, the ratification of the CRPD, and promoting disability inclusion, mainly in area of environmental accessibility, employment, inclusive education, political participation, and access to information.