Alicia "Kozak" Kozakiewicz ( ?-LEE-sh? KOH-z?-KEV-ich; born March 23, 1988) is an American television personality, motivational speaker, and Internet safety and missing persons advocate.
Kozakiewicz is the founder of the Alicia Project, an advocacy group designed to raise awareness about online predators, abduction, and child sexual exploitation.
She is also the namesake of "Alicia's Law," which provides a dedicated revenue source for child rescue efforts.
Kozakiewicz has worked with the television network, Investigation Discovery (ID), to educate the public on, and effect change for, issues such as Internet safety, missing people, human trafficking, and child safety awareness education.At the age of 13, Kozakiewicz was the victim of an internet luring and child abduction that received widespread media attention.
Her story and message have been chronicled on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, Dr.
Phil, CNN, MSNBC, and the A&E Biography Channel.
She has been the subject of an award-winning PBS internet safety documentary, "Alicia's Message: I'm Here to Save Your Life," as well as, the Emmy award-winning "Alicia's Story" produced by Enough is Enough.
Kozakiewicz has been featured in numerous national and international publications, such as People and Cosmopolitan.Kozakiewicz has addressed Congress on the issue of internet safety for children and Federal child rescue funding.