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About Alexia

Branded a “Moxie Maven” by the White House Office of Public Engagement for my unique and effective approach to developing rising female leaders, I have had the privilege of partnering with female and male executives, startup founders, entrepreneurs, media personalities, bestselling authors and change agents to use public speaking and heart-centered, high impact communication to radically and positively transform their people’s lives, grow their audience and increase revenue.

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Speaking lessons from leading my mastermind

One of the many things I love about December professionally (in addition to the two week break I take over the holidays to rest and restore before opening enrollment for my virtual speaker coaching program in early-January each year), is leading the women in my Spotlight Speakers Collective for a MasterTreat™ weekend. (If you’ve never been to one of my ... Read More
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Is feedback empowering or undermining your speaking performance?

For far too many years, I’m ashamed to admit, I was absolutely positively lousy when it came to giving myself feedback as a speaker. I would think about (or if there was video, review) one of my performances and decide: Lex, you totally crushed it! OR Lex, you suckedy suck sucked. What’s wrong with you, sista? Both of these responses, ... Read More
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I want to retire the words Me Too

While it’s the day before American Thanksgiving, and I know I am supposed to say how grateful I am to have you in my community (which I am), wish you a happy holiday (which I do), I also need to be honest and say my heart has felt like it’s been cut open for the better part of the last ... Read More
tell the truth

If you want to be a changemaker, tell the truth

Every time there’s a whistle blowing moment covered by the media, particularly when it revolves around sexual abuse or sexual harassment, I lose my breath a bit. At four-years old, when I told my family I was being sexually abused by a loved one, the reactions were… mixed. (That’s the polite way of saying that while a few people sought ... Read More