Alycia Karlovich is an analyst at Tillid Group, where she brings her strengths in data analysis to her passion for advocating for safe environments for vulnerable populations. As a part of the Nunez Monitoring Team, Alycia uses her data collection, analysis, and management skills to solve problems and identify trends across the New York City jails. Alycia assesses policies, procedures, and routine data in order to assess the use of excessive and unnecessary force on incarcerated individuals. Alycia also provides administrative support to ensure the effective and efficient operation of the Nunez Monitoring Team.
Alycia has significant experience handling large volumes of documents and data for complex cases. Prior to joining Tillid Group, Alycia was a project assistant at a prominent international law firm, where she worked in the Intellectual Property Litigation group for large healthcare and medical device companies. Alycia analyzed and managed case files and briefs during all stages of patent litigation, from the early stages of discovery through appeal. Alycia prepared for and provided support at a successful District of Delaware jury trial that was named one of LMG Life Sciences’ 2019 “Patent Impact Case of the Year.”
Alycia graduated from New York University, where she received multiple academic awards and honors. While attending NYU, Alycia served as an advocate for the ROSES Program, a free, community-based, trauma-informed, girls-only program. As an advocate in this role, Alycia facilitated access to community resources and provided social, emotional, and legal support to her juvenile client who was at-risk of juvenile justice system involvement.
New York University, B.S. (summa cum laude)