Alexis is originally from Westchester, New York and has been residing in Baton Rouge since 2016. In May of 2016, she graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelors in Social Work and minor in Women’s Studies. During her first year of college, Alexis began working on a crisis hotline at the Women and Gender Advocacy Center. From that point forward, she knew she wanted to have a career working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Following graduation, Alexis continued to work as a Children and Family Case Manager at a domestic violence shelter and completed a year with Americorps as a City Year Corps Member. Her experiences have made her dedicated to empowering survivors and increasing community awareness surrounding sexual trauma. Alexis works to create a safe and brave space with survivors, follows trauma-informed practices, and is always seeking ways to better serve her clients.