With 30 years of experience in publishing and media, Alexis has worked for premier brands specializing in building impactful partnership programs that are rooted in purpose and create value. She spent nearly 20 years representing TIME Magazine and TIME.com where she spearheaded integrated platforms that showcased TIME's renown editorial franchises such as Person of the Year and TIME 100.
From there she helped build the brand partnership division for Chegg, a Silicon Valley start-up with a corporate culture and business strategy committed to creating better outcomes for students.
Alexis returned to her publishing roots three years ago joining The Guardian's US Advertising Partnership Team and is now the Head of Purpose Partnerships. In her role, she specializes in collaborating with brands who lead with sustainability, DEI and social equity and justice.
Alexis calls Charlotte, North Carolina home and resides with her husband Chris, daughter Lauren, son Jake and two Westie brothers Rory and Finn.
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