I would like to thank everyone who welcomed me to the Epiphany family in 2016. I am thrilled to be teaching back in my hometown and excited to join the staff at Epiphany. My name is Alicia (Radefeld) Dragash. I am a Venice native and attended Venice High School where I lettered in Volleyball, Basketball, and Track & Field.  Our volleyball team was the first in VHS history to become State Champions ('98). I coached gymnastics, basketball, and tennis Special Olympics for seven years and accompanied our tennis team to the Special Olympics States. I have a passion for health and fitness and will bring that enthusiasm to the Physical Education class.

I began teaching Physical Education in 2011.  I have my Bachelor's Degree from the University of Central Florida. I earned my Master's Degree in Sports Business from NYU.  While living in New York I worked for ESPN.

I am certified to teach K-12 Physical Education, K-12 Health, Elementary Education, and Exceptional Student Education. Teaching allows me to combine my passions for health and fitness with my desire to help people.   At Epiphany Cathedral School, I hope to serve as a role model, and focus on sportsmanship, health, and character building. I look forward to meeting each of you! Go Tigers!